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  1. hi, i will give you £500 posted. payment by paypal or bank transfer. let me know if you are interested. davie
  2. 25dynod

    Bolt

    thanks bradders.
  3. 25dynod

    Bolt

    i heard you had the same problem as mine Vince. i thought i might ask just in case somebody had one in their possession. i am awaiting the outcome before i know what i can do. Davie
  4. 25dynod

    Bolt

    i know this is going to be a long shot but does anybody have such a thing as a bolt for a Kelby Stolle Panda in 6.5-284? mines was damaged and it would be great if i could find a replacement for the damaged bolt rather than buy a new bolt.
  5. 6mmBR Forster Neck Bushing/Shoulder Bump Die Kit with 3 neck bushings (,264, .266 and .268) and spare de-capping rods - £75 i will take this if it is still for sale. let me know what method of payment. Paypal as a gift???
  6. 25dynod

    looking for help

    will be there on Friday Vince about 4pm or 5pm depending on the traffic as i intend to shoot the 100yd BR on the Saturday and the 1000yd BR on the Sunday. i guess it will be a rebarrelling job then. if it is what barrel would you recommend but still keeping it as a 6.5-284. i am not sure how go about rebarrelling a rifle and could use some advice if you could advise me what i need to do. cheers, Davie
  7. 25dynod

    looking for help

    hi Vince, i think you are spot on with the 6.5-284. here are a couple of snaps from the bore cam. is that fire-cracking? if it is, it looks quite bad and i probably need to get it rebarrelled soon. Davie
  8. 25dynod

    looking for help

    thanks Vince. i have a bore scope and will check it and post some pics. i honestly think it is the nut behind the gun rather than the rifle as both are doing the same thing and the shooter is the common factor. the 6.5-284 shot a terrific group a couple of months go at Gelston, 4 shots in 1.5"(37mm) group but one was a flyer at 8". i don't know which of the 5 shots was the flyer but boy was i disappointed. some one suggested getting another shooter to watch me as i shoot to see where i am making mistakes. cheers, davie
  9. 25dynod

    looking for help

    thanks for the replies and i will take your suggestions on board. i have now bought a cooler for the barrel and will try cooling the barrel between relays, if that doesn't help i will try cleaning between each relay. Rem, barrels are target barrels and are much heavier than stalking barrels. i have a magneto chrono and will check out the speeds to see the differences between the bullets in both calibers. i am going to Diggle this weekend so i will try and watch how i hold the rifle and try to get somebody to watch me. thanks, davie
  10. 25dynod

    looking for help

    i normally shoot my Stolle Panda 6.5-284 in 1000 yd bench rest. for some reason i find that my first round of 5 bullets is usually a good group but as i shoot my next 3 rounds my grouping start to get larger. i take great care loading my rounds and regularly clean my rifle before any competition so i do not think it is either my rifle or my bullets. i have just set up my savage 6br and while shooting it on Sunday found my groupings were the same. first group was really good but the next 3 were progressively increasing. first group on Sunday was 6.653" with the other three steadily increasing until the last round which was 15.433". i have a feeling it is a fault with me. either the way i hold the rifle or maybe the way i shoot so i am open to any constructive suggestions as to what the problem might be. i do not grip the stock but i keep my thumb on the trigger finger side of the stock. i use the same Seb rest and back bag for both rifles. both rifles are zeroed at 100yds and are very good groups. i have a Nightforce on the SP and a Sightron on the Savage. the Stolle Panda has probably fired around 800-900 rounds and the Savage is new and has only fired about 150rounds. As i said i am looking for some suggestions as to why this is happening so if you have any constructive ideas then please let me know. davie
  11. i phoned him a few days ago Larry and he told me you had to do that. stupid rule, all it does is cause frutration.
  12. OK that's the rifle at the RFD. i have enclosed the 21 stripper clips and also one of the cases so you can see that they are berdan primers and are also crimped. davie.
  13. OK Larry i will take the rifle up to my RFD either today or tomorrow and text you. davie
  14. sorry for the delay but have been busy with selling my house. i have good and bad news. i found the cases and clips but the cases are all berdan primers and unless you have a berdan depriming tool then the cases are no use to you. also i am sure you might need different primers. not sure about that tho but i am sure someone on here can clarify that point. i have 21 stripper clips.
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