Saturday looks like a good day for a fun shoot
So if I understand this correctly. The bearing surface works as a wind vain & pushes the nose into the wind. If that's the case, it explains...
My scope must have gone bad cause I can't stay on paper[ATTACH]
Been using that for years. Another thought, fastener standard OD X .995 = Major diameter
This Saturday looks like a good day to shoot. 35 degrees , light rain & 10 mph NW wind
Was the scope inside a plastic bag with a rubber band securing the end over the ocular lens & inside the scopecoat?
Post away. I'm paying attention
I'm more interested in the Accelerometer
I don't like the steel washer idea due to corrosion. I normally use Pex tubing.
It's not a problem with the plate extractor. The problem is it's location inside the lug. Some cases work fine others are a bugger to make...
6 weeks till the fun shoot & 30 mph winds today
Dave, You have successfully redefined the word " DABBLE "
Please recheck your facts.
Schedule is printed out & the calender's are marked
It's about time someone bought this
The NT initials after the Lion head was the master gunsmith at the time, should have the same stamp on the barrel
It should be a 1 piece trigger guard, the early ones were 2 piece. Your action was made somewhere around late 1961.
It's not a factory 222Mag. The first 222RM's were stamped 469, with the 9 out of place ( the 9 was done by hand vs roll stamped) started in...
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