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Get a hold of me at or 403-752-4446.

Stef, we have the Redding SM base dies in stock, and get you a Harrell’s die if that is the route you wish to go.

Hugh Williamson Precision / Re: Real World Results With HWP Barrels
« on: October 11, 2018, 03:26:49 PM »
Way to go Peter, that is some awesome shooting.
Tell us a little about your equipment, bullets, barrel etc.

Count me in and we are planning to camp.

I will be there, hope we see a bunch of BRSC shooters out for this event.

Plenty O Patches / Web site
« on: August 09, 2018, 09:57:24 AM »

Congratulations to Hugh on winning the BRSC Championship he is working his way to matching Ted Gaillard’s 5 Championships.
Thank you to the Mission Club for hosting this Championship.

Off Topic / Re: Greetings From Ottawa
« on: July 25, 2018, 08:38:42 AM »
Welcome to the forum and the window to BR in Canada.
If you have any questions please let us know.

We will be there, looking forward to the BBQ.
Should anyone require any products please get your list to us by Wednesday morning and we will be happy to deliver.

Mark thank you the match report.
Thank you to all the organizers and support folk for the match.
It was nice to get the first BRSC event under the belt.

Call Dan @ 403-752-4446.

Centerfire Discussions / Re: Neck size diameter
« on: February 10, 2018, 09:08:38 AM »
As was stated above neck clearance of .002” is a good target.
If you accurately measure the brass from each chamber you will see how much it differs from each other.
We normally measure the neck, shoulder and base dimensions of the fired and sized brass as the way to match up the sizing die to the chamber. One measurement that doesn’t get the attention it should is the shoulder (tapered part) bump back. It is common to see the dimensions over sized which effects the headspace clearance on sizes brass.
In a target type rifle this should again be in the .002” range of bump back. In a hunting rifle a bit more bump back is recommended to handle adverse environmental conditions.
The closer you can match the sized brass back the chamber dimensions the better it aligns the projectile to the bore.

I believe Phil Nick is planning on attending.

Thanks guys, have a couple of events penciled in.

About This Forum / Re: 8 years!
« on: December 25, 2017, 11:05:42 AM »
Rick, keep it going, we enjoy the site and all that it offers.

BR Equipment + Components / Re: WTB 6ppc reamer .262
« on: November 18, 2017, 08:11:30 AM »
Curious as to why the interest in a .262" neck?
In the last few years the the majority of reamers are in the .268-.269" range.
If you have a specific reamer dimension you would like you can order one to those specs. without any additional cost.

We will be there.
If any shooter need products delivered get in touch with us before Thursday.

Thank you to the Selkirk Club for hosting an excellent shoot.
Congratulations to Phil on his winning the BRSC Nationals.

The amount of bullet in the neck is not a real big concern. With powders like N-133 which seem to like lots of neck tension on the bullet to aid in pressure curve, may be a slight issue.
As you are not using the magazine to feed, I would not worry about the amount of bullet in the neck, just feed the rifle what it shoots well.
If the bullets are flat base you should be fine, a boat tail will have less neck grip due to the reduced bearing surface.
With the dies you are using you should still be able to make minimal runout loads.
I once had a 40XBR that had .010" of bullet grip on a .223 50gr Berger bullet.
It shot pretty good.
You may find that your rifle may like a wee bit of bullet jump, so do test that option.

Count me in.

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