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  1. As an aside, can anyone think of a single Tactical application for the .20 Tactical?
  2. Is it just the photos or does the lettering on the side of the action have Devcon in it?
  3. 17 Rem

    Alternative to RL7

    N130 or, as suggested above, N120.
  4. 17 Rem

    T3x Trigger Question

    I think you’re confused, Cam. A single stage trigger, such as the standard Tikka offering, remains stationary until pressure causes it to release. A two stage trigger moves under initial pressure then comes to a stop and requires additional pressure to cause it to release.
  5. Sounds like the Home Secretary has made his mind up but doesn’t really know why...
  6. 17 Rem

    OCD rant!

    I sympathise. The one which grips my sXXt is ‘of’ instead of ‘have’.
  7. 17 Rem

    Load for 6mmBR

    N140 data for the lighter bullets is hard to come by, but it works well. I use N140 with 70 grain bullets.
  8. Are you thinking of selling the action? I remember you advertising it a couple of years ago.
  9. 17 Rem

    Rifle Scope for .223. Max £400

    6-18 Leupold here, boxed and in very good order. Yours for £250.
  10. 17 Rem

    Two stage trigger for Tikka M595

    If it’s the 6.5x47, it’s a set trigger, not 2 stage.
  11. 17 Rem

    Socks

    Have we really stooped to discussing socks? I think I have finally lost the will to live.
  12. 17 Rem

    .223 barrel cleaning

    Indeed. So many used rifles are pitted through neglect, I am just bemused that people don’t bother. Pushing a patch with some solvent on it through a bore really isn’t that hard.
  13. 17 Rem

    .223 barrel cleaning

    Why would you not clean it after every outing? Remind me never to buy a used rifle from you, please.
  14. Simon Whitmore (?) at Doveridge.
  15. You are reaping what you’ve sown.
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