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2005 postal final results centerfire postal shoot - 2005-04 centerfire postal shoot - 2005-03 centerfire postal shoot - 2005-02 centerfire postal shoot - 2005-01
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by R.G. Robinett It seems that Al Nyhus has sold his bullet making equipment to Craig Nagel, thus siphoning yet more fuel from my ever diminishing, "outrageous income"! 🙂 Therefore, in the interest of promoting a continuation of [the tradition of] semi-respectability, I will be posting a series of pics & brief explanations to this … Continue reading Now that Craig Nagel has become a bullet crafter, I guess, once again, I’ll have to share some secrets here
Spent some time a week ago visiting dad. We made it out to the range for a bit in the afternoon. Conditions were what you'd call a "good learning opportunity". We shot at 300 yards and used the Wolfpup. Temp was in the low 50s and winds were in the low 20's.
Gem from the forums past. Tom Hencken: When you guys switch barrels on your bench guns, what lube do you use on the threads? How tight? David J Halblom Sr: I use Permatex silver anti-sieze, the stuf that is almost impossible to wipe off your hands. As to torque, as tight as I can … Continue reading Barrel Swapping
The other day while testing a link on this site, I landed at a parked domain page and not the link I clicked on. Uh oh! A little searching pointed out that Varmint Hunter.org and Varmint Hunter Magazine have ceased to exist. According to an article at the site Varminter.com "About two weeks ago, rumors … Continue reading Varmint Hunter Magazine is no more
by R.G. Robinett I'm going to attempt to attach some pics made using the just arrived Lyman BoreCam (digital bore-scope) - a very decent tool, at an affordable price. The first demerit, is the lack of a focusing system - ya just have to position the lens where it needs to be. The only other … Continue reading A gizmo worth the $
by Jim Posted Aug 05, 2014 #1 In the "For What Its Worth" department, I thought I'd let you guys know when a firm stands behind its products. I LOVED my Bausch and Lomb 36x scope, and was pretty upset to hear Bushnell couldn't fix it. It took 6 months, but they are shipping … Continue reading Bushnell Customer Service
I have been playing with what temps do to accuracy in reference to set up of the barrel ready to chamber. I have done three tests now and come up with about the same result. What I do is set up my barrel in the 4 jaw and insert a range rod and dial it … Continue reading Temperature and Accuracy
Stan and Ryan have graciously granted me "Blogger" status; having their trust is an honor. Thank you, Stan and Ryan.During my senior year of High School, way back in 1967, in the Peoples Republic of Carifornia (cation), we were advised: "by the year 2000 (who'd EVER live that long?), the world will experience a return … Continue reading “This is a test” . . . maybe . . .
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HUNTER CLASS, The Infancy & The Adolescence By: Bob Pease Like the origin of an illegitimate unwanted child. Hunter Class Rifle shooting began somewhere around 1963 when several groups seemed almost simultaneously to develop interest in shooting center fire cartridges on a small bore type target for score from benchrest at 100 yards. Rifles. methods … Continue reading History of Benchrest Shooting
This started today while I was looking for a micrometer that I had laid down while going to answer the phone…. I did find the mic, but it cost enough in time to buy at least another good one. I am not sure if this is the first or last stage of Alzheimer's but one … Continue reading From Dropped Barrels to Crowns
From time to time on the last forum I had some articles about things of interest in the gun industry. As time permits I will do some more which may be of interest to some. Feel free to comment on them objectively. This time we are going to talk a little bit about Glass bedding … Continue reading Glass Bedding a Rifle
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I have heard thru the vine that Remington Arms is going to start making Pistols…. yes, I said pistols. In fact they will be announcing a new hand gun division and will be made in the United States which is always good news.Whats next… well, I would think a custom shop would be in order. … Continue reading What’s new for 2010
by Paul Becigneul (Pbike) To Joe and Others that have asked, In the past few days there has been a thread running on Benchrest Central about the uses of Boron Nitride (BN) or more specifically Hexagonal Boron Nitride (HBN) by us shooters. A few guys have contacted Francis (Dad) and I and have asked for … Continue reading Boron Nitride (BN) or more specifically Hexagonal Boron Nitride (HBN) use by Shooters