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    Wasn't addressed by the OP.

    Wasn't addressed by the OP.
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    Lock-Ease

    Lock-Ease
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    Lockese (sp)

    Lockese (sp)
  4. Don't forget Kyle Schultz!

    Don't forget Kyle Schultz!
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    I agree, no reason to change a thing.

    I agree, no reason to change a thing.
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    Jackie, I have not a clue.

    Jackie, I have not a clue.
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    Bill, As I've stated a couple times, you have a...

    Bill, As I've stated a couple times, you have a 1"X12tpi thread. Yours is an earlier Caldwell. Do you not have a mariner wheel?
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    Louis, other than the rest top it is the same as...

    Louis, other than the rest top it is the same as sold today. Oh yes, the newer ones have the 7/8x6tpi acme thread and the old ones were 1"x12tpi.
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    A cast iron base is a cast iron base. You can...

    A cast iron base is a cast iron base. You can argue about the rest tops, but not much to argue about with the bases. I like the Bald Eagle's rack & pinion quick vertical adjustment, but once it is...
  10. I don't really know, but don't think they had...

    I don't really know, but don't think they had shocks at that time.
    Maybe these:...
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    "well in context of cheap rests" By your post you...

    "well in context of cheap rests" By your post you have owned a few cheap rests. I guess you know why the "cheap" ones had acme post. What reason did they have the acme posts?
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    So, where did you get this info! Caldwell...

    So, where did you get this info! Caldwell originally came out with a 1"X12tpi post size. For what ever reason a few years ago they changed to the 7/8"X6tpi acme threaded post. Bald Eagle, the...
  13. How about the 1922 era?

    How about the 1922 era?
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    Remember the Shilen Swap Meet-May15

    I understand that BR items from Gene Buky's estate and Ronnie Sewell is getting rid of a bunch of quality items.
    Nothing will be sold in advance of opening the doors.
  15. Thread: Lathe

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    Dwight Scott uses an Emco, but I've forgotten the...

    Dwight Scott uses an Emco, but I've forgotten the size or model.
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    Thanks Bill, I'm good with my Walther.

    Thanks Bill, I'm good with my Walther.
  17. Thread: Lathe

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    Yes, and a VFD will allow spindle speed changes...

    Yes, and a VFD will allow spindle speed changes with a twist of a knob.
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    I like what Mr. Snyder says. I've used my buddy's...

    I like what Mr. Snyder says. I've used my buddy's Rockwell and it is a great little lathe. I've used another buddy's Grizzly 4007. I was very surprised at how well the Grizzly works. I use my...
  19. Thread: help

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    Aside from a ton of BR bullets I have a couple...

    Aside from a ton of BR bullets I have a couple hundred 67grn Spire point Hornadys.I have 70 and 95 grn Ballistic Tips.
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    I sent a bunch of 6br brass to Randy Robinett w/o...

    I sent a bunch of 6br brass to Randy Robinett w/o flash holes. I still have a case of them. I've had 30-30, 223, and ? Can't remember all as I've played with a few several years ago and sold some.
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    You may have to be a member to see it. ...

    You may have to be a member to see it.

    https://forum.accurateshooter.com/threads/130-page-pdf-of-different-chambering-methods.3912170/
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    Just measured several 6br Lapua brass. Mine...

    Just measured several 6br Lapua brass. Mine average .013-.0136. It doesn't matter if you fireform without a bullet first. I do not want to neck turn until I do one fireform operation.
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    I posted this several years ago on the advanced...

    I posted this several years ago on the advanced machine forum on Accurate Shooter. It is a "sticky" on top of the advanced machining forum.
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    So my factory stock mod 37 ain't a factory rifle.

    So my factory stock mod 37 ain't a factory rifle.
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    Funny? I form mine in a 22cal barrel with play...

    Funny? I form mine in a 22cal barrel with play dough after I ran out of candle wax. Jackie Schmidt did or does the same as eww1350 to form his. I think Jackie rattles a 6mm bullet down his fireform...
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