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Re: Tikka T3 recoil lug relief 47 months ago by Thomas Kitchen Re: Tikka T3 recoil lug relief

hi chris i haven't bedded a tikka but i think Nathan means the top and rear of the lug that touches the action the rest of the lug that does not touch the action will be bedded in the action completely without relief? please wait for someone that has done a tikka to answer this, i believe martin taylor has done a few please read his thread http://www.ballisticstudies.com/Resources/Discussion+Forums/x_forum/17/thread/3925.html

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Re: Where to next ?? 47 months ago by Chris Bayley Re: Where to next ??

Quote:Hi Chris, Welcome. Have you got Nathans series of Books? Worth every penny and the Knowledge contained combined with the web site will get you sorted if your happy to invest some time reading and learning? Cheers mate Yup, I certainly do and am enjoying every minute of them. I guess thats how I ended up here. I read them on Kindle and I have an App called 'VoiceDream' (sounds dodgy I know) which will read aloud an ebook while I drive to work - very useful for making the most of dead time. ..

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Re: Photo Test 47 months ago by Nathan Foster Re: Photo Test

Bugger, looks like it won't let us access the image. I think its because there is a login before one can view the image as I tried to cut and paste to my browser but was asked to log in. Photo bucket can be a bit easier- apart from all the adverts. I will delete this thread. Feel free to start over if need be, its no trouble for me to remove these practice runs.

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Re: Reloadilng for the 300 Savage 47 months ago by Thomas Kitchen Re: Reloadilng for the 300 Savage

hi randy. just having a read up on this thread what an interesting bit about the 150 interlocks anyway. two things springs to mind 1 did you change powder charge when you changed seating depths? your barrel harmonics will change so you'll need to workout your coal then do your load development from there. 2 what dies are you using? if your concentricity isn't good a bigger jump may cause problems

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Re: Picking bullets for our needs 48 months ago by Nathan Foster Re: Picking bullets for our needs

Hi Brendon, if you want to go softer, yes, you can try the V-Max. I can see other good advice in this thread from bullet suggestions to 4 litre engines. As I have written in the KB, velocity is an important factor when using a small bore. So the first step is to make sure that your loads are up to full speeds. The second aspect is as talked about- shot placement, especially as we lose velocity. The HP Gameking is a good bullet in its own right. Be sure to study the actual wounding before you com..

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Re: using a chrinograph 48 months ago by Warwick Marflitt Re: using a chrinograph

Heck! Talk about Big brother watching and tracking your every cyber move! Thanks for the reply. Again sorry for the thread hijack guys.

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Re: Last post gone 48 months ago by Nathan Foster Re: Last post gone

No, its me that has to apologize. As much as I like to try and nuture the info exchange on the site, I do have some aspects that I want to keep solely for customers and also, avoid any "why are you doing it that way" questions because only a part of the book info was relayed in a thread. I have some of the tipped 180gr VLD projectiles you made and sent me here, but have been shooting .338 exclusively of late. Am hoping to spend time over xmas with the Practical and give your modified projectiles..

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Re: barrel shortning & suppersors 48 months ago by Nathan Foster Re: barrel shortning & suppersors

Hi Brendon, sorry, just playing catch up here as I have been busy with projects. Sorry also for missing your mail. OK, so you are at 3030fps with 2213sc. If you go to 20" and change to 2209, I think you will be able to work up to 3150-3200fps and have a good load. This barrel length should work OK and by being a bit shorter and fatter, it will be better regarding the potential muzzle thread diameter and the effects of trapped heat. So in conclusion, you should find that with load development, th..

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Re: barrel shortning & suppersors 48 months ago by Warwick Marflitt Re: barrel shortning & suppersors

Yeah Mike thanks for that. I researched and heard that B4 I ordered mine in 2010. Mine works great and he seamed good to deal with? I mean $110 for my suppressor compared to the moon beams others charge its only a tube with spacers and washers threaded at one end.... and like I said it works and his new stuff looks massive! But I didn't want a flash wank piece to show off!!!!! I just asked Rodge for a super quiet short out front over hang (150mm past barrel) suppressor and he gave me what I want..

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Re: barrel shortning & suppersors 48 months ago by Warwick Marflitt Re: barrel shortning & suppersors

I think its the quickest way to devalue a rifle! keep it standard length and get the end threaded and get one made like I got for my 22LR by Rev Rodge. SUB-SILENT SUPPRESSORS.......... Check them out here's Video of my 22LR https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRIKiK2msls http://sub-silentsuppressors.com/?page_id=8823 PRICES AND CONTACT. http://sub-silentsuppressors.com/?page_id=16079 Or you can use an engine oil filter!! I SHIT YOU NOT! SEE LINK BELOW. https://youtu.be/7t_pcWPdSDs?t=122

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Re: 270win /150 sst 48 months ago by Paul Yates Re: 270win /150 sst

Sorry to revive an old thread. I, too, am working on developing a load for .270win with the 150gr. SST. Based on the reloading data from various sources, I have decided to see what I can do with IMR-7828. I will begin with some reasonable loads and work up from there. My target, of course, is the recommended 2900fps. I am aware that getting that out of a 22" barrel will require me to be at or above max pressure, and I am not particularly confident about doing so. At listed max pressures, it seem..

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Re: 6.8 SPC 48 months ago by Thomas Kitchen Re: 6.8 SPC

i think your right mike i am bit mistaken, most of the bullets are advertised as a varmint bullets thou, i got some 110gr vmax's i reload for light recoil for young shooters, not sure i would use them on anything but rabbits i have heard of people using them on deer but if you hit bone don't think they'll do much. now i got trail boss ill most like load that for the youngens. this is that video with jim sullivan i was talking about. https://www.full30.com/video/9b50f8a825ab510b4c227c7b32a76bc1 a..

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wild cats / non factory rounds 48 months ago by Thomas Kitchen wild cats / non factory rounds

thought i better copy and paste from the off topic forum Thomas Kitchen Re: New Guy here. welcome A vilavella. sounds like you keep yourself busy. you got me intrigued already what wildcats you been doing? 10 Sep 2015 @ 04:53 pm (GMT) Quote this A Vilavella Re: New Guy here. Hi Thomas, Thanks for the warm welcome. Wildcatting is a hobby of mine that I do in the winter time when we are snowed in. Specially the design part and brass forming, die making etc.. I am not doing anything too serious tha..

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Re: New Guy here. 48 months ago by Nathan Foster Re: New Guy here.

Shouldn't really be talking about guns and loads in this thread but I wanted to say- a .358x39 is my kind of cartridge. Nice. Just be a bit careful with a whole freebore thing in the magnums. Use the book series to help with your planning in this regard. Christmas soon....

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Re: Sightron Delivered 49 months ago by Warwick Marflitt Re: Sightron Delivered

Quote:Did you import one or get it locally? Are you nz based? Thanks. Hey Russell. I imported mine. Have a read of this thread if you haven't already. I saved around $300-$400 . http://www.ballisticstudies.com/Resources/Discussion+Forums/x_forum/21/thread/5640.html

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Re: HOME MADE SLINGS 49 months ago by Chuck Re: HOME MADE SLINGS

Now that's a sling, I like it. Thanks for the sling in use photo too, since I just started a thread on sling use it's good for me to see what other guys are doing c

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Re: Scope and turret questions 49 months ago by Thomas Kitchen Re: Scope and turret questions

hi russell. i just fitted a bigsky 4-16x42 to my tikka, i don't notice the turrets getting caught on anything didn't even really notice the extra weight. the extra zoom of the 16x is very helpful specially if you do want to extend your ranges. not sure you would notice any difference between 3x and 4x at the bottom end but a lot of scope choices are personal choice for your type of hunting. they must be waterproof with caps off otherwise they would leak gas like you say but you wouldn't want to ..

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Re: mauser rebarrel options. 49 months ago by G Dog Re: mauser rebarrel options.

Hi Jon, Theres a wee story behind the rifle - underfunately not a good one. I was very much looking forward to using this rifle in 8x57, but the barrels not the best and Im not willing to waste money on ammo to test it. Your extremely lucky to have some 170gr sst. I tried very hard to get hold of some before I actually had the rifle and it was impossible. Please reply back in this thread when you've tested them. Mike - I am the poster on the other forum :) - but thanks for posting this just in c..

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Re: learning curve of reloading 49 months ago by Mike Davis Re: learning curve of reloading

thats "refilling" not reloading.........I reload a very few loads for our shotguns using an very primative stack n whack type hand loader.... rounds wont chamber in everyone of the shotties but they are made for the break open guns with a light charge of steel shot so the fit for the purpose they are made for (low recoil legal killing loads)...... now give me new unfired cases and I can turn out rounds better than factory, that will chamber in anything. as thread title says..its a learning curve..

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Re: Savage Axis with grouping issues 49 months ago by Thomas Kitchen Re: Savage Axis with grouping issues

hi scott. i highly recommend Nathans books, the one on rifles will help you from having similar issues again. the axis is not really a good platform to work off you'll see why in the book. also have a look around on the forum there's few threads on guys working on tikka's, howa's plus few other brands might be good read. also Nathans video's on youtube are great

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Re: So far so good with my first bedding job done with nathans products. Thanks! 49 months ago by Mike Davis Re: So far so good with my first bedding job done with nathans products. Thanks!

Im in process of doing mine...mod 70 winchester lightweight bonus.....elcheapho....... before I went to get some bolt blanks/threads I thought to my self "wonder whats in the bits container in the garage???" turns out the crappy brass coated/coloured allen screws 3" long that held the old BBQ together are just the right size and thread pattern LMAO just got to love that.

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Re: Remington 700 COAL Excessive? 49 months ago by Thomas Kitchen Re: Remington 700 COAL Excessive?

hi guys this subject comes up regularly regarding 308win. you don't need to worry about coal and jump have a read of this forum. http://www.ballisticstudies.com/Resources/Discussion+Forums/x_forum/18/thread/6562.html depending on mag length you either seat 1mm shorter or bottom of projectile/boat tail to bottom of case neck

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Re: Cleaning rods 49 months ago by Warwick Marflitt Re: Cleaning rods

A lot of RC planes have a carbon rod for the main wing spar. How would a thick brazing rod go? You could silver solder the threaded end off the old rod onto it and possibly the handle spigot too. Or use some Penny /Panel washers and make a handle from a drilled piece broom stick or some plastic rod?

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Re: Home and alternative remedies 49 months ago by Nathan Foster Re: Home and alternative remedies

Steph uses tumeric quite a bit, tells me its a super food so it ends up mixed in everything and you can barely taste it anyway. I find recovery from martial arts training to be slow in the winter. I am carrying quite a few injuries at present, put my back out when throwing an opponent (must be getting too old huh). I went to the chiro, he was good but wrenched shit out of me. Went to the Osteo, not really my thing sorry. Went to the Chinese, they beat the shit out of me and I am feeling much bet..

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Cleaning rods 49 months ago by Warrick Edmonds Cleaning rods

I happen to be in the market for a new cleaning rod. So off I go to the local gun shops where I'm presented with two choices. A stainless rod for $80Aust or a carbon fiber rod for $150Aust. Being a good student of Nathan's books I want to choose the carbon fiber, however for that price? What irked me was that the previous weekend I'd stopped in at a hobby store and picked up three meters of 5mm thick carbon rod (for my knife making) for a total cost of $20. Where does the 150 bucks come from? I ..

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