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  1. Not insured!!?? :eek:

    Not insured!!?? :eek:
  2. This is getting out of hand.

    This is getting out of hand.
  3. Someone was complaining about the cost of...

    Someone was complaining about the cost of reloading components the other day and I just laughed and said that it is cheap therapy.
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    I have an 18" Faxon Gunner that shoots as good as...

    I have an 18" Faxon Gunner that shoots as good as my White Oak, both are 0.7 MOA. Then I bought a 14.5" Faxon Gunner and it is lucky to shoot 1.5 MOA. I need to spend a little more time with it but...
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    I've never heard of SAI before but here is a...

    I've never heard of SAI before but here is a review that I stumbled across. Seems like a unique optic.
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    Yes, but hunting bullets are a little stubbier...

    Yes, but hunting bullets are a little stubbier than the long, high BC long range bullets. You need RPM to stabilize them.
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    243 is a good caliber but was designed around...

    243 is a good caliber but was designed around 1:9-1:10 twist barrels which limits you to 90 grain bullets. Nowadays, the manufacturers are shipping the 6 Creedmoor with the 1:8 twist to stabilize...
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    That's the beauty of 6mm. Load up an 87 grain...

    That's the beauty of 6mm. Load up an 87 grain Vmax and go varmint hunting, bump it up to a 105 class bullet and go after white tail, or something a little sleeker and shoot long range. All in a 1:7...
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    I stopped having issues with out of spec 223...

    I stopped having issues with out of spec 223 brass when I began sizing brass twice. I do a 95% size in one operation whenever I deprime and swage. When I go to load, I use a Mighty Armory mandrel...
  11. I have one but have not used it in years. The...

    I have one but have not used it in years. The chore boy method works well enough. In recent years I have switched to plated or coated bullets which eliminated the need.
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    The MBT is not vetted? They have been on the...

    The MBT is not vetted? They have been on the market for nearly 10 years and I haven't heard of any complaints, and they sell as fast as Larue can make them.

    The MBT is EDM machined from S7 tool...
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    rob_s You need to take the fuel bowl off the...

    rob_s
    You need to take the fuel bowl off the carburetor and see if there is any debris, gunk, corrosion, etc.
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    The Larue MBT-2S is a solid, no frills, 2-stage...

    The Larue MBT-2S is a solid, no frills, 2-stage trigger.
  15. Copper Chore Boy wrapped around an old brush...

    Copper Chore Boy wrapped around an old brush works well for removing lead.
  16. Any damage to the crown? Could there be a...

    Any damage to the crown?

    Could there be a buildup of lead or bullet coating in the barrel? It should be pretty apparent if you had it up to a light.
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    The 550 is a good all-around progressive. It...

    The 550 is a good all-around progressive. It has 4 stations but two of the stations do more than one function. It is super quick to change calibers. If you want a case feeder, bump up to a 750 or...
  18. To me, who was born before 1980, the 1911 is the...

    To me, who was born before 1980, the 1911 is the best looking pistol ever made.

    It gets a lot of grief for a lot of silly reasons but I would rather take one to war than the current military...
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    88159
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    Looking good!

    Looking good!
  21. I believe it has a lot to do with frame weight...

    I believe it has a lot to do with frame weight and why you don't see a lot of limp wristing issues with 1911 pistols.
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    88119 I got out the lever gun and made some...

    88119

    I got out the lever gun and made some 110 grain plinking loads for it.
  23. I have the 124s and will be loading and shooting...

    I have the 124s and will be loading and shooting this weekend for accuracy. May bring out the chrono and some water filled milk jugs for fun.
  24. FFP would become more critical as the reticle...

    FFP would become more critical as the reticle will stay scaled.

    I would want a tighter eyebox at higher magnifications as it will help reduce parallax.
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    Are you decapping and swaging at the same time or...

    Are you decapping and swaging at the same time or in two separate steps?
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