Shot Show 2020

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  1. Sniper338

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    What have you seen this year so far that spikes interest?


    So far for me its been the cutting edge .22lr ammo. Wont be cheap im sure. Bullets look very uniform, im curious as to charge weight uniformity and all in all how well it shoots...
     
  2. urbanrifleman

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    I sent Tubb a grip in copper. I liked it. He never said he liked it, but it ended up at SHOT. 83322017_2540260669576510_3697982282263429120_n.jpg 20191202_135259.jpg
     
  3. NV_Dmax

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    I’ll play. So far this has my interest the most as well OP. 11A0D1C7-4579-4D6A-A490-E43F2A43BFCB.png
     
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  5. urbanrifleman

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    The grip?
     
  6. McGraw

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    Your’s looks better than the one he has on that rifle, but I’m still at work and looking on my little cell.
     
  7. Tommie

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    Asa Hutchison (my governor before I moved to Wyoming) is attending the Shot Show for the fifth year straight. He’s been courting gun manufacturers away from less “friendly” states and bringing them to Arkansas.
     
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    Looks like AMP is going to market their arbor press with strain gauge and graphic software. RIP my savings account 3945A290-DA7A-4B84-A750-54BB5F4B507F.png
     
  9. Ledd Slinger

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    And it probably won't change your rifle's accuracy one bit ;)
     
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    Dan, You should get two!
     
  11. Sniper338

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    I do have to say its genious engineering. But not for me or my wallet. It cant be cheap. And like what was said.. how much of a difference would it make on a target? Long ways to go to find out.
     
  12. urbanrifleman

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    David Tubb has that on his ammo making machine.

    And it sorts the ammo into matching batches.
     
  13. NV_Dmax

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    Ha, well now that you mention it....
     
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  14. urbanrifleman

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    The seating pressure machine will be the next thing that the Internet forum posters will insist that

    "you can't be competitive without it".

    And it will be debated endlessly by those that have one to those that don't for many years to come.
     
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    That Cutting Edge .22 ammo is great to see, here in commy CA all lead is outlawed including lead shot for ant hunting. Can't shoot ground squirrels or rabbits with a .22 unless it's non lead, CCI's 21 grain bullets are ~$10 for 50 rounds and go straight for about 100 feet. Standard .22 rifle is a 16 twist barrel , I don't care if I have to rebarrel I just want some good ammo.
     

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