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    Bill

    yes I have shot two matches at Lincoln County Rifle Club for years. One is usually in Feb at 100 yds, the other in March at 200 yd. The caliber, in a good rifle with ammo it likes and wind flags, is...
  2. Thread: setup tips?

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    as if

    it wont work out, drop out, be left out while packing in a hurry...common...
  3. Thread: setup tips?

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    Eddie

    if you can remember where you put it!!
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    Al,

    I shot some N120 this past summer, 27 grains, just to see how it went. Was accurate but velocity was lower than I expected. I need to carefully try it again in 2021.

    I agree with you...
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    Regarding powder burn rate

    Al, you ever try N120 in the 30BR?
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    if they are big enough

    and the EAB strikes you land cut the trees before they die as the saw logs are valuable. There is some evidence that shaded ash have a better chance of surviving an infestation that those in direct...
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    Playing

    to the liberal deck shoe constituency no doubt.
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    Yes

    10 yrs ago or so. Nice to hear they have solved their problem.

    At the recent IBS 200/300 championship in Orangeburg, SC there was two 40X Leups in the VFS class and one Sightron. Nightforce was...
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    The only Leupold

    I have had luck with from the point of maintaining POI and moving the impact point honestly is the VXIII-and the VXIIIi. The competition scopes I have had have all gone bad, most sooner than later....
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    All the more

    reason to worry!
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    Francis

    I think one of the reasons he had trouble getting good contributors was his acerbic personality with regard to form and content, not to mention he would not accept electronic submissions. He reminded...
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    Al

    I have a 6x Burris, Leup and el paso weaver blueprinted by Ackerman...and my hunter gun is in pieces on the shelf. I do plan on screwing it together and shooting it...someday! :)

    Gary Long used...
  13. Thread: hodgdon

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    If the Dems

    take the senate and white house this country will slide downhill fast. Worst thing they can do is repeal the protection for lawful commerce in arms act protecting the gun makers from frivolous...
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    Ken Waters

    wrote an article years ago along with Seely Masker about the PPC. His best accuracy was with IMR 4198, but that powder may not have been what todays IMR 4198 is. I don't think N133 was around then or...
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    Wally Siebert

    was alway high on the old steel tube El Paso weaver 6X. He said if you could see the way they were built inside you would understand why. Issues for some are .25" adjustment per click and weight.
  16. Thread: hodgdon

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    "What will it mean" he asks...

    many more powder "eggs" in one basket? Less competition? Just questions, not positions. Only time will tell.
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    All of this is great news...

    the more responsible gun owners there are(hopefully they vote) the harder its going to be for Bloomberg and Soros to steal the second amendment.
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    The Dems

    had the white house 8 years ago, and Republicans work they don't riot and act like idiots. They acted as the opposition but didn't engage in any of the most absurd antics like the ones we've see in...
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    Value

    even if re-blued and wood finished, IF you buy it right, there is solid value in the action itself, if in good condition.
  20. Thread: 2020 Lot of LT32

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    I tried some yesterday

    in my PPC and it shot ok at 27.52 gr. Too soon to tell however as it was 70F and will see how it does at 45 this coming Sunday morning. It sure meters smoothly and seems very clean burning based on...
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    Doug

    i just stumbled onto another yesterday. I would not have bought it except for the caliber...its a .257 Roberts. However, the rifle has been re-blued except for the action and the stock has had all...
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    Great rifles

    and a good place to park some $, and you can sell it down the road and re-coop some, all or more of your cost plus you have had the pleasure if its ownership and use over time. Pretty good...
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    Totally

    dependent on condition. If its a standard grade post war or featherweight with all original finish, not flaking, no dings, dents or cracks in the stock, bluing is good shape, not altered $1000 range....
  24. Thread: Primers...

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    Desperation...

    I guess. Many of us humans have forgotten the old farmers way, make hay while the sun shines and fill the larder and wood shed, cause the good times won't last, winter is coming. Or, the lessons of...
  25. Thread: Bad lots of N133 ?

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    Try some

    N130 or H322 or Benchmark. Don't think that N133 is the only thing that works in the 6PPC.
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