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    Norma's answer

    Finally received an answer from RUAG Ammotec USA Inc. who reps Norma. They claim the neck wall thickness is: "0.38mm (-0.05mm) or 0.015in (-0.002in.)"
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    How so???

    How so???
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    Many years ago when I first started chasing...

    Many years ago when I first started chasing accuracy I used to stop by Walt's little shop on Camelback Road in Phoenix. He was always willing to take the time to share his expertise and offer some...
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    2021 add

    Please add Walt Berger 2021
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    Walt Berger has passed

    Received a message that Walt passed away last evening.

    He and Eunice are together again shooting on the big range in the sky with perfect weather with "0" wind.

    Walt was 92 years old and I saw...
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    Have you found a .001 or a .002 bump to make any...

    Have you found a .001 or a .002 bump to make any difference in accuracy.
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    Question for old gunsmiths

    I have a .22-250 that was built on a 1909 Argentine Mauser action. For scope / safety clearance the gunsmith installed a Mark II safety. I want to disassemble the bolt so I can get my die set for...
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    Actually I should have been more clear. My...

    Actually I should have been more clear. My question relates to shoulder bump.
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    So what would you like to know to make a...

    So what would you like to know to make a judgement concerning shoulder bump?
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    Correction

    what i was trying to say relates to shoulder bump.
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    Shoulder Bump

    With a .224 bullet and brass with .014 neck wall thickness has anyone found .001 or .002 shoulder bump to be more conducive to accuracy using a single round fed bolt action?
    Thanks
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    Thanks Mort

    Thanks Mort
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    I know this question is kind of hijacking the...

    I know this question is kind of hijacking the thread but it seemed like a good place to broach another question.

    Does anyone have any load date for 220 Swift using Vihtavori N-540 and a 52 grain...
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    Mort, FYI I checked and they list it as...

    Mort, FYI I checked and they list it as "backorderable" with "Extended backorder - unknown ETA.":(
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    Al, Your points are well taken and I am in...

    Al,
    Your points are well taken and I am in agreement with all of them. The Swift is a slightly different animal than most varmint cartridges. Those who neck size only often find themselves in...
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    Thanks everyone for your replys.

    Thanks everyone for your replys.
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    Mr. Stiner, thank you for the reply, .013...

    Mr. Stiner, thank you for the reply,

    .013 seems thin. I have checked several batches of Winchester and it averages .017. Unfortunately the neck thickness run-out is just too much for my liking. ...
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    .220 Swift Norma brass question

    Can someone please tell me what the neck wall thickness is for virgin Norma .220 Swift brass?
    Thank you
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    Sorry, I wasn't aware that you did not know how...

    Sorry, I wasn't aware that you did not know how to use punctuation.

    Glad to hear you live in Sun City. Hope I have a chance to run into you some time.
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    The benchrest hall of fame records arn't...

    The benchrest hall of fame records arn't delineated by city and state. LOL:o
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    I agree with you on the barrel fluting although...

    I agree with you on the barrel fluting although it does reduce weight and facilitate barrel cooling. I just don't see it in being used in the benchrest community.
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    First, I am probably older than you so please...

    First, I am probably older than you so please don't refer to me as "young feller."

    On June 8th, 2013, Michael Stinnett shot a new world record, surpassing a group that held the record for 40...
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    My point exactly. I added the verbage about Cryo...

    My point exactly. I added the verbage about Cryo and purported stress relieving in response to a comment questioning who said cryo was intended for stress relieving.
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    Never seen Tony Boyer, Les Bruno, Dwight Scott or...

    Never seen Tony Boyer, Les Bruno, Dwight Scott or Walt Berger shooting a fluted barrel. Why would you guess that is?
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    Yes, Cryo is for stress relieving. What did you...

    Yes, Cryo is for stress relieving. What did you think it is for? All firearms are produced with internal stresses. As the metal is bored, reamed and machined, mechanical stresses are created. As...
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