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 on: February 14, 2018, 10:06:51 AM 
Started by rpollock - Last post by Mr. Jeffery
After watching the shots hit the paper, I dont feel so bad anymore!! Hahaha!!

What an amazing facility!  We have gravel and more gravel and then theres more gravel.

really like that aluminum Anshutz!!  and those rests!  wow!

Nice vid Rick.  Great idea to do something for Canada too. Not sure where one begins. There are so many venues here that only shooters are aware of.
What I wonder about... how do you change someones mind that has no interest in firearms and have them realize how much fun it can be...?  I'd say it 'relaxing' too but up until now I was thinking there was something wrong with my abilities! LoL! That should change having watched this vid!

without having gone exploring is there actually an organization in Canada that is dedicated to rimfire BR? Im rather new to the sport. Ive shot forever and a day but never took it past a dirt mound out in the back woods. I must say I have had some great experiences with the people Ive met and the days out shooting. The Irish fellow is right on the mark.

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 on: February 14, 2018, 09:54:51 AM 
Started by John K - Last post by Mr. Jeffery
My bad, Thanks for reiterating information already posted. I did see that post I guess I should have been more concise in my description of what I am going off about.

Lets say you have a cartridge that is"perfectly sized" 0.002 neck & 0.002 shoulder. It shoots lights out. Why mess with a good thing right?  When you discharge the round the neck expands and allows the projectile to leave the chamber with little interference.  Im splitting hairs..

If you have a cartridge with lets say the bare minimum of neck clearance.. 0.268 in a 0.269 chamber... wouldnt this be enough to allow free exit of the projectile as well as keep the brass from being over worked thus prolonging its life and possibly increasing accuracy? Or is that 0.0015 -0.002 what has been shown or proven and is known to work?  Or am I right out to lunch as the cartridge then becomes too difficult to manipulate? Some one out there must have tried this at some point?   Sorry if this is a ridiculous question. Im just curious and searching for 2nd opinions.

 23 
 on: February 13, 2018, 08:46:58 PM 
Started by edmutv - Last post by edmutv
I have a compact reloding press for sale. $175.00 plus shipping .

 24 
 on: February 12, 2018, 12:56:12 AM 
Started by charles - Last post by charles
I have for sale a new Edgewood/ Farley 3 inch reinforced front bag.

Filled with Zircon. I can remove if you don't want it before shipping.

85 $ shipped


 25 
 on: February 10, 2018, 09:08:38 AM 
Started by John K - Last post by DanO
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.

 26 
 on: February 08, 2018, 09:43:18 PM 
Started by South_Pender - Last post by South_Pender
Leupold FX-3 Silhouette 30x40mm. (30 power) adjustable objective.  Like new.  Target turrets with .25 MOA adjustment.  Fine duplex reticle.  Parallax adjustment from 50 yds. to infinity.  Purchased some time ago, mounted, but never shot with.  Comes with Leupold scope cover.  Will ship in a different Leupold box.  Current new price in Canada, if you can find one, is $1036, plus taxes and shipping.  Price: $850 plus shipping.



 27 
 on: February 08, 2018, 02:48:14 PM 
Started by John K - Last post by Mr. Jeffery
Hi Guys,
My first post here also.

Im curious about this as well. Is there a set standard to neck clearance inside the chamber?  Does this vary from caliber to caliber? My savage 10 (in .308) leaves my cartridges very dirty on the necks after firing whereas my weatherby vangaurd ( also .308) does not. Both rifles are discharging the same cartridge. unturned unmodified federal brass. Of course one wont accept the other but that is beside the point.

I ASSUME that one tries for the least amount of clearance as possible? The less the neck expands at time of discharge the better?  Correct me if I am misguided. I am only playing with this in my own head.

 28 
 on: February 08, 2018, 11:17:00 AM 
Started by Mr. Jeffery - Last post by Mr. Jeffery
Hey Guys 'n' Gals,

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Many sizes, styles/options are available.

Props. Balls.Pinwheels, and specialty vanes for more precise wind direction readings.are available.

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These  systems are manufactured using CNC and manual processes. They are  clean  looking and are extremely sensitive. They  can be changed from  one  shooting discipline to the next quickly and easily. Air gun, br rim  fire  . high power..  name it.

Adjustable from aprox. 9"  (prone) to 42" or more in   6" , 12", or 18" increments.  It  is a sectional design and can be adjusted  simply by adding or removing  a section. The kits comes standard with three 12" sections. This covers 'most' applications. They assemble quickly and are  easily transported, set up  & dismantled.

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 29 
 on: January 31, 2018, 04:46:03 PM 
Started by John K - Last post by John K
Thanks Phil,
Ill start there
Much appreciated.

 30 
 on: January 31, 2018, 12:31:26 PM 
Started by John K - Last post by phil
HI,
   Turn your necks to achieve a clearance of 1 1/2" to 2 thou. under your chamber neck dimension.
   This should be measured by seating the bullet of your choice in the turned neck and then measuring
   the outside diameter of the  neck where the bullet base sits.

Phil

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