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  1. You could try Sam at Sporting Services who sells TAB Gear covers--not cheap but custom-made and excellent. Cheers, Jon
  2. Hi, please tell me how to upload such clear photos to a thread! Oh, and if the sale falls thru, do contact me. Best regards.Jon
  3. I’ve moved from .243 to 6.5 Creedmoor so I’d like to sell remaining bits. 48 x Berger 6mm heads, 62gr FMJ Match £9 Lee Ultimate Die Set—4 dies, shell holder, scoop £37 Heads and Dies plus p & p at cost.
  4. Hi, I have been trying to see pics of your rifles on the showcase but cannot seem to get anything except number-strings. Do you have a website? I'd be grateful to hear.

    Regards, Jon

    1. bradders

      bradders

      John,

      The website is www.bradleyarms.com, but you won't see much on there as it's undergoing a revamp

      If you have access to Facebook, theres quite a bit on there :-)

      https://www.facebook.com/Bradley-Arms-1530479223841434/

    2. bradders

      bradders

      John,

      The website is www.bradleyarms.com, but you won't see much on there as it's undergoing a revamp

      If you have access to Facebook, theres quite a bit on there :-)

      https://www.facebook.com/Bradley-Arms-1530479223841434/

  5. IOR

    I have one. Excellent glass, superb quality build, great value. Only criticism is that then manual is very basic and poorly translated. Regards, Jon
  6. long range vermin

    I'd agree with Varm. .223 is so versatile and there are so many options for heads/brass. Out to 500, it's hard to beat. My Tikka T3 is a joy to use. However, a very good excuse to buy another bundook would be 6.5 Creedmoor. It's an astonishingly accurate round out to 1000+, it has next to no recoil and has lots of options in bullet weight. What more excuses do you need? Buy both--as my daughter says, Y O L O.
  7. Propellant delivery charge!

    Hi Baldie, I recently bought some from Sporting Supplies. They charged £15 for shipping powder and primers, which, given that their prices are keen, aint too bad. Craig was very helpful. www.sportingsupplies.co.uk 01922406777 Regards, Jon
  8. Tikka T3 Stock Wanted

    What is your offer for a black polymer T3 stock?
  9. T-handle torque wrench

    Thanks Anthony. I'll ring them to see if they do one that will go to 80inch/lb., Regards, Jon
  10. T-handle torque wrench

    Advice please. Does anyone have any good ideas of where I might be able to buy a t-handle torque wrench able to develop 80 ft/ins in the UK? Ebay only lists US suppliers and I don't really want to pay the customs/shipping/vat charges. I don't completely understand torque wrenches yet but I think I'm looking for one that will undo as well as do up! Thanks, Jon
  11. The 6.5 Creedmoor forum has a confusing number of arguments/advices. The whole blasted regulation change thing is a pain-- I thought that we were leaving the dratted EU! I'm going to look at Reloader Swiss powders and see what they offer. Regards, Jon
  12. Chaz, you will love 6.5 Creedmoor. I'm not sure that you'll stick with VvN15 though. I'm just working up some loads using IMR4350 and will put results up shortly. Everybody in't US raves about H4350 but it is unicorn droppings here. IMR is made by the same Australian mill and is supposed to be identical, but there is no end of boring debat in the forums on this. Good luck--enjoy!
  13. Serious interest, but I can't get any reply to pm's. Hope to write/speak to you.
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