Non-carbide always cuts smoother, as long as you keep it sharp. Nice work. I was cutting an 11degree that was recessed about 0.100", tricky relief required on tool to allow cutting with compound,...
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Difficult to do with an "end", as it is very likely tapered at the lands, but if it were longer, or if you have another piece of barrel...... Run the same reamer in a short piece of barrel, until...
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Nothing wrong with that. That's how this country was built. Some exceptionally accurate firearms (as well as fast cars, etc.) have been built by "non-professionals". Keep up the good work, and keep...
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946594739481 I have used mine upside down, with a white posterboard beneath it, works great. Also running it sideways, to shadow it from the sun works equally wonderful. have not used sky screens...
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In the late 60's, my dads group of shooting buddies, a fairly tight group of highly innovative and resourceful individuals, had a state of the art Oehler chronograph. My dad had built a Nixie tube...
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First post, and a good one (and welcome to the site). It is not a coincidence that 4895 is used so much in the 30-06. Like I said, look at the Garand data, and almost anything listed will likely...
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What are you putting in the water? The old Dawn & Lemi-shine works for most any lube with the SS pins. Terry
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You may want to try some of more recent vintage:D. I have been using their brass in a few different calibers for fireforming wildcats, excellent stuff. Real uniform in alloy, dimension, with most...
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Prvy will usually surprise people, almost always in a good way. The brass is typically near the top in quality as well. Terry
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And for years now, we were told it was Al Gore that invented the internet.........this changes everything......:rolleyes: Terry
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Therein lies the secret of digitals. If you want to use them, all of their quirks must be recognized, and dealt with, until your level of confidence/accuracy is realized. Most people do not have...
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Try the 139 gr SPBT from PPU. Every Swede I have shot them through has gone under 1moa, usually half that. AND the brass is excellent. Terry Powder Valley $15.20 :D
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