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Re: The official Remington Custom Shop 27 months ago by Thomas Kitchen Re: The official Remington Custom Shop "Terminal Ballistics Ultimate Long Range Rifle" thread

Dan you probably remember when it was announced on the wireless that the british army was looking at replacing the lee enfield after the boer war with a mauser style bolt action. did you jump on your penny-farthing to go tell your friends. you know its looking a million bucks now after a rebluing specially for 100 year old action, they are well made actions, would be nice to have a 35/303 built on one hmmm. i thought Nathan would want a nice browning, with an ultra light carbon fiber stock with ..

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Re: The official Remington Custom Shop 27 months ago by Dan Keene Re: The official Remington Custom Shop "Terminal Ballistics Ultimate Long Range Rifle" thread

There is a whole range of rifles to be produced here under "TBR & Associates". From all those high end rifles discussed above to some rusty old P14 with a stainless barrel and enormous clip on beard for the "Thomas Kitchen Edition"

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Re: The official Remington Custom Shop 27 months ago by Warwick Marflitt Re: The official Remington Custom Shop "Terminal Ballistics Ultimate Long Range Rifle" thread

358 practical

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Re: The official Remington Custom Shop 27 months ago by Martin Taylor Re: The official Remington Custom Shop "Terminal Ballistics Ultimate Long Range Rifle" thread

Should have written Big Horn not Montana. Montana being a Win clone.

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Re: The official Remington Custom Shop 27 months ago by Martin Taylor Re: The official Remington Custom Shop "Terminal Ballistics Ultimate Long Range Rifle" thread

With that sort of budget it has to be a SS control round feed Rem clone for me, you get all the excellent design benefits of the Rem and more reliable cycling. So like a Montana etc, etc. with a pinned 20moa rail. Ruger's work very well after setting up but they are over complicated in their designs, way to much going on for me. Pick your adjustable stock its a very personal taste part of the equation, you all know the design characteristics to look for from reading Nathan's literature and watch..

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Re: The official Remington Custom Shop 27 months ago by Nathan Foster Re: The official Remington Custom Shop "Terminal Ballistics Ultimate Long Range Rifle" thread

Very funny Luke. I am sure that in the instruction booklet, the words "Hold it like a man" would not go amiss. Both Dave Manson and I are still surprised how fast the Practical reamers have been selling. We also had dies made. Dave's share of the order was sold before I could even make announcements, am not sure if he has any left. I am currently withholding putting the dies up for sale on our site as we have upgraded the seater stem further. All dies whether sold or yet to be sold will be fitte..

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Re: The official Remington Custom Shop 27 months ago by Warwick Marflitt Re: The official Remington Custom Shop "Terminal Ballistics Ultimate Long Range Rifle" thread

Why fake it! When you can make it yourself, like Grandpa did........

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Re: The official Remington Custom Shop 27 months ago by Luke Lahdenranta Re: The official Remington Custom Shop "Terminal Ballistics Ultimate Long Range Rifle" thread

I thought the Remington M700 SPS 7mm Remington Magnum was already the unofficial "Terminal Ballistics Edition Ultimate Long Range Rifle" ? :) Remington supplies the rifle part of the kit, Nathan supplies the Book, DVD, and bedding kit to fix the stock, you pick a scope and off to the races we go! I guess Remington could officially sponsor Nathan like those TV gator hunter guys. Could get the stock hydrodipped with Nathan scowling and shouting "Hold that forend ya pansy!!" I would buy one.

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Re: The official Remington Custom Shop 27 months ago by Bryan Webster Re: The official Remington Custom Shop "Terminal Ballistics Ultimate Long Range Rifle" thread

I admit to also having lusted over that rifle, and if it were not for the fact I have several older Remingtons that have had close to that price worth of work done to them (price including scope and stock and trigger and....will you know how it goes)

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The official Remington Custom Shop 27 months ago by Mark Whitaker The official Remington Custom Shop "Terminal Ballistics Ultimate Long Range Rifle" thread

Yesterday I was using my time productively browsing the Remington Custom Shop. Yes dreaming of when I win lotto. I noticed the new Kuiu Ultimate Sheep Rifle for $5895, lots of Kuiu and Carbon bling. Now if Nathan and Remington joined forces to produce the "Terminal Ballistics Ultimate Long Range Rifle", what would it be? My suggestion would not be the obvious Sendero based rifle but a Practical rifle with lots of Practical bling: 7mm Practical - making it a factory calibre Trued long action Remi..

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Re: 338 Federal specific 200 Woodleigh? 27 months ago by Nathan Foster Re: 338 Federal specific 200 Woodleigh?

Heck, completely missed this thread till now sorry. OK, what you need to understand is that below 2400fps, heavily core bonded bullets begin to retain energy, regardless of mushrooming. Below 2200fps, the wound channel is directly proportionate to the expanded caliber. Therefore, if you are shooting such a bullet and cannot keep your shots well forwards into the autonomic plexus (forwards shoulder also offers extra resistance to aid expansion), big deer may run a long way after the shot. Rifle a..

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Re: Bullet Performance -.243 Winchester 27 months ago by Luke Lahdenranta Re: Bullet Performance -.243 Winchester

This has been a very good and informative thread and a timely one for me as I recently got a Tikka t3 in 243 to play around with. I set it up as per Nathan's T3 book/video instructions and it's turning out sub MOA groups with several factory loads and the Federal Fusion 95 gr loads shoot so ridiculously well (1" @220 yards) it is tempting to not reload for this gun... but I know I will have to tinker with it at some point. I am interested in seeing how the 243 works this fall on some deer and co..

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Re: Bullet Performance -.243 Winchester 27 months ago by Nathan Foster Re: Bullet Performance -.243 Winchester

Hi Andy, the TMK is a good bullet, worth trying on game if or when you get a chance. I covered this in the Cartridges book, second edition. As you get into the bigger animals and depending on your typical shot placement, a tougher bullet can be useful such as your 80gr Barnes. But there are many caveats to this though because the further we shoot, the softer the bullet needs to be. It takes a good deal of investigation to see how one hunter will have success while another will see abysmal failur..

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Re: Bedding Question 27 months ago by Martin Taylor Re: Bedding Question

Use it on every rifle l do. Its uniform as long as you heat it genitally wont stick to the compound bind to the threads etc. If you leave it just longer provides a slightly pointed tip aiding to guide into pillar (l fill the small hollow with Plasticine). If it stays behind after you have removed your blind donor & knocked out the action it will simply push out of the hole. As Nathan has said with release, l kiwi polish the thread & shaft before fitting.

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Re: Bedding Question 27 months ago by Nathan Foster Re: Bedding Question

Heat shrink is OK but you should also put release agents on the screw threads as well as the outer heat shrink so that the screw will come away, one way or another.

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Re: 6,5x55 won't chamber my reloads 27 months ago by Nathan Foster Re: 6,5x55 won't chamber my reloads

Hi Arve, the top blind screws are made of rubber so should not cause any major issues but yes, we should always avoid any protrusion from the top or bottom. Yes, if the front action screw is protruding, it will need to be ground back a touch. This is very important as it can both gouge the lower bolt locking lug and also upset accuracy terribly. And yes, it will effect how the bolt feels when opening and closing. Yes, shoot the rifle at 30 inch-lb and see how you get on. Note for others: protrud..

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7mm-08 popular in NZ? Need an Aussie load 28 months ago by Aussie Hunter 7mm-08 popular in NZ? Need an Aussie load

so i bought a 7mm-08 on a whim because i wanted another rifle, considered various cals and started a compact .223 thread. What i found was a CTR Tikka on special in .243 or 7mm-08, not a .223 or even the .300blk i had considered to use from the car but rather a calibre i had wanted to try. i referred to it as a Tupperware Tikka but thats a bit long so i think i will call her Ugly Betty, i wont be leaving home without her once we get together. I have the dealer getting me some prices on 200 round..

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Re: Bullet Performance -.243 Winchester 28 months ago by Ed Sybert Re: Bullet Performance -.243 Winchester

First, thanks to all who replied, and especially to Nathan. I'm sorry I hit a sore spot with Thomas. I've used the 85gr Sierra Game King successfully on two Whitetail deer and a coyote. I read about the BT and SST in the Knowledge Base but have not had the opportunity to try them on game. So, I was hoping for just the sort of information that Nathan provided in this thread. I'll try the SST this year, keeping the 85gr SGK as my back-up. I'll report back with my experience. Regards, Ed

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Re: Bullet Choices - .243 Win for Whitetail Deer 28 months ago by Nathan Foster Re: Bullet Choices - .243 Win for Whitetail Deer

Ok, may as well delete this thread seeing as its also up in the General discussion. Quite true Jonathan, went over this as best as I could but I guess I can add a bit more. OK, deleting this now.

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Re: Necking up 6.5 x 284 brass to 284 win?? 28 months ago by Bryan Webster Re: Necking up 6.5 x 284 brass to 284 win??

Quote:Sorry Mark, I picked up on an old thread regarding this topic. Pete may not be following this. I found some Bertram brass in .284 win, I'm going to give that a try, I have read reviews from F class shooters in Australia that reckon it's ok, slightly smaller internal volume and slightly larger range in weight than lapua 6.5 284 brass. Otherwise very good. Much the same price. See how goes. Mark's method is what I have been using. Worked well for me.

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Re: Necking up 6.5 x 284 brass to 284 win?? 28 months ago by mark suckling Re: Necking up 6.5 x 284 brass to 284 win??

Sorry Mark, I picked up on an old thread regarding this topic. Pete may not be following this. I found some Bertram brass in .284 win, I'm going to give that a try, I have read reviews from F class shooters in Australia that reckon it's ok, slightly smaller internal volume and slightly larger range in weight than lapua 6.5 284 brass. Otherwise very good. Much the same price. See how goes.

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Re: BEST DIE SET FOR RELOADING 30-06 IN A RCBS ROCK CHUCKER SUPREME 29 months ago by Thomas Kitchen Re: BEST DIE SET FOR RELOADING 30-06 IN A RCBS ROCK CHUCKER SUPREME

Hi Rob i agree with Chris comments in other thread Nathan books will really be ideal for walking you through a lot of these things. i love the lee collet, i own two sets of custom sets plus many factory ones. your very luck as the lee ultimate sets come in 30.06 these are great 4 die sets for a really good price. also pick up a lee trim gauge while your at it. just be aware if your shooting brass that you haven't shot before the brand new brass will require slightly less powder then once shot br..

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Re: Z -max projectiles 29 months ago by Nathan Foster Re: Z -max projectiles

Aside from Bob's input, this thread should be treated with caution. Anyone new to hunting should be wary of this thread because it contains a great deal of misinformation, non evidence based anecdotes and zero necropsies. I will try my best to correct some of this. Hornady jacket material is generally softer than Nosler. If a bullet is too soft for the job at hand and meets too much resistance on impact relative to its weight and construction versus game weights, the bullet may cause sufficient ..

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Re: Confused. 29 months ago by Nathan Foster Re: Confused.

Just be grateful that you do not have to go through what Europeans have to go through to get into hand loading (explosive license etc). Ireland has been through even more difficult times. I think this year is the first year that they have ever been allowed to even contemplate it, treated like 'the enemy' for centuries. Strangling hand load supplies is a great form of gun control. Realistically, it would have been better to not bring this up on an open forum as you would be surprised where the an..

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Re: ADI powders 29 months ago by Nathan Foster Re: ADI powders

Hi Jason, when I was young, I had folk (salesmen) tell me that ADI was just a cheap powder made in Oz, conjuring images of an Australian in a hut somewhere in the outback, making powder while trying to split the beer atom. Fortunately I was able to get past all of this and see the faults in my own processes. ADI make good powder, its as simple as that. So lets put that to rest. Trying to diagnose this via the net is hopeless. I will try to offer some ideas but without having the rifle in hand, y..

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