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Mick Miller

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About Mick Miller

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  • Birthday 06/19/1970

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    Ware, Hertfordshire UK
  • Interests
    3D printing, DIY night vision, electronics, stick making, reloading.

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  1. Mick Miller

    .243 load

    N140 is my go to with 243 and 55gr Noslers.
  2. Mick Miller

    .17fireball reloaders

    I've been making a few for folk that complain about fit, I tried the 17 satern on my hornet cases and it was awful, that's what got me started. Got fed up of carefully weighing a charge only for some of it to end up on the table.
  3. Mick Miller

    .17fireball reloaders

    When you get bored of a poor fitting powder funnel for the fireball drop me a pm
  4. Mick Miller

    Roding armoury

    Oh, good God. That's terrible, terrible news. RIP Phil.
  5. Mick Miller

    Sightron Stac 2.5 - 17.5 x 56 MOA or Mil IR dot reticle

    I have one, I may sell. Recent warranty replacement from Sightron old model for the newer type. Still worth illuminated centre for ret. Let me think about it.
  6. Mick Miller

    1" QR medium weaver mount

    What is lurking in your boxes of bits. 1" medium for the weaver (not picatinny) x-bolt bases. Preferably QR type.
  7. Decided to keep it.
  8. Mick Miller

    Entry level semi auto

    Armsan. Don't lump them into the same bracket as Hatsans, I believe they're effectively a Beretta knock-off. I've had one for a year or so and although only used occasionally it handles well, cycles 24gm and upwards flawlessly, is easy to maintain and appears solid. It's currently for sale though as I'm after a 45-70 and don't have cabinet space and don't want to put another in, I already have enough clutter everywhere else. Seriously, for the money they're excellent.
  9. Well , it's running on batteries. Still yet to test on iphone but I think I need a slightly better resolution camera. It's not 'bad', certainly knocks the caldwell one into a cocked hat, but I want it to be sharp. On the plus side, I tested it out to 600m no problems at all.
  10. As per title, my MAE T12 moderator for sale, can be put on anything from .222 - 6.5mm. Currently on my ticket for 243 but, as you know, your RFD can re-issue for anything between those calibres. Cracking mod, really quiet and will last a lifetime but I find it a tad too heavy for stalking. £135 posted to RFD
  11. Don't forget the 'didn't check the bayonet height' terminal user error either...
  12. Every time I see someone using one, and when I had someone set one up for me, it was endless faff getting it set and getting it to register every shot. Just seems to me that the Magnetospeed wins hands down on user friendliness. Strap it on and away you go.
  13. Having used a few (caldwell, pro chrono and chrony) only the magnetospeed and labradar seem any good. The labradar isn't worth having in the UK as it's been emasculated by the authorities and from what I've observed can be a complete faff to set up and get to register shots. That leaves just one option. Both labradar and magnetospeed registered the same velocities within +-5fps of each other, whereas when compared to traditional chronos there was a large difference in results. Magnetospeed – buy once, cry once. This is only one mans opinion.
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