Dusty, I bought copper ground rod from McMaster Carr. It will make a lot of tips.
2 Suggestions, like Mr Hudson, use fine thread set screws rather than coarse thread, but I find copper tips to be much better than brass.
I fireform without a bullet the first time. Brass doesn't shorten and no donut.
I believe that if you want to impress somebody with your group pictures, show 4 or 5 groups on the same piece of paper. That is the best indicator...
I only have 2 40X rimfires left. One was built on the early 722 receiver and the other is modeled after the 700.
You younguns were not around in the olden days when a lot of experimentation was done. I have 2 cases of that brass. They were for the folks that...
A good friend from way back. We shared a love for BR, custom wood stock rifles, and cars. I will miss exchanging emails with him.
RIP, my friend.
I think it is better to prep the throat only. There is nothing else that needs to be done to "break in" a custom lapped barrel. I don't think a...
I like the idea that GenePoole addressed. Attach it solidly to your spindle or faceplate, most 4 jaws have very short jaws.
Now I understand only .010!
Timeout, I've found the report from a muzzle break bothers new shooters more than a small amount of recoil.
OK Brian, I'm sure glad that you are happy. By the way, how did you measure that?
I gave Bamban on this forum some 303 stainless to build a duplicate to the fixture that Mike Bryant uses.
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Don't put any rounds before you have it treated. You need to prep-message the throat only. My last job was done to a barrel that I needed to match...
You could do that and rebate the 6BR rims to fit the 223.
The cartridge to the far right is a BR rebated to 223 rim size.
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