You will get to 2700 + no problem in a 22" barrel
Spyderco with CPM-M4 steel. You can almost get cut just by looking at it when you learn how to keep it sharp.
If you guys keep this up l might have to start weight sorting my beer before I drink it.
I would use a bushing die like a Harrell's with a Lee lock ring that has a rubber o-ring so you can move shoulder bump easily between guns with...
A shadetree smith should be able to get 75 then ; one step up from a hack.
I would think it would be less life as long as it has a longer bearing surface
Looks almost like a parachute failure to deploy.
I would check case length if you have someway to measure chamber length. Cases might need to be trimmed if too long.
Quite now before you start shooting one hole groups then there is no end to it after that.
Did you check bolt nose clearence on go gage before you screwed it together ; probably should have not ever shot that you may wanna get that...
Here you go Hog a 10 & 15 shot group. I seem to spend most of my money on beer.
I would start around 32 of Varget or 8208 XBR should get you going. I like to start just at touch so the bolt works smooth .
It's getting close to deer season with the head shooting thread back on top.
Hey the guys on bench 3 & 10 are father & son and the old man on bench 5 is 58 which is almost over the hill.
It's between Charlotte & Asheboro near Tuckertown Lake.
Dusty I think that is the wrong side on a HS stock in your drawing to cut.
Try the Dewey rod with aluminum tip and comes with aluminum jag from Brunos.
Do you have a impact driver I think is the correct name.
If you don't want smack them with a hammer install them in a case on a different gun that doesn't have this problem .
You can take the ones that did not fire and do the hammer on concrete test on them.
Have never found one that would not go off yet. Use safety...
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