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    shooting long range steel & vermin. reloading. My black lab called RED. road riding- sportive / charity rides . Guns in general. Blank firing replica pistol collector . Biker & shooter for life, Internet jockeys annoy me :) ...

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  1. Did they do a wood or laminate version ? If not and you want it sorted properly its finding a smith or stock maker that may have the inlet or they can copy the std inlet ? - one way or another it can be done . If you changed your profile to say what area you are someone may offer help or advice
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    6mm bullet choice

    Here hopefully shows the difference between the two 95 grain bullets / nosler & TMK !
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    6mm bullet choice

    Iv just received some Nosler 95 grain Btips (purple) to try in my 6br , if they shoot well this could be my go-to new bullet . Iv put them side by side to 95 TMK and there somewhat shorter with a lesser boat tail . But this could be a advantage to seat the bullet out further / nearer the lands . I struggled to get the 95 TMK to shot so sold them . I try and post a picture of the nosler nx to TMK . Then again iv not tested the 108 eld-m iv had for some time now . My shooting has dropped off the last couple of year so its now time to re-ignite the hunting bug , spring is close and im hopefully going to eradicate many corvids.
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    17HMR what to get

    17 hmr is the first ever firearm i owned , marlin 917 i think . But i upgrade to an Anshutz 1517 TH cracking gun but gave up in the end due to bad inconsistent ammo . Not sure if things have changed . My Anni used to prefer Federal ammo and shot tighter groups with it than Remington , hornady , cci . Weirauch do a hmr ? Thats who id try
  5. If there's an issue yes my problem , and id take / drive or send the issue back to whoever it concerns . No, just because i supplied a blank doesn't mean iv taken a cut of the smith. He would charge according /time labor tooling etc . He even suggested i pay direct because it was soo pricey anyway ! Plus on your auto motive wont fit customer supplied parts is rubbish - i actually get my car / van / bike parts myself and have local mechanics carry out the work , again they wont have parts in stock so i source them , they charge according .. Also call me a penny Pincher ? And mock me about building myself ? Uuum that's why i use a professional to build for me it costs alot , plus i don't by cheap . Soo having a problem with cheap built rifle is a non starter . He's one of the best and properly trained , not like some so called gunsmiths that do mediocre work . With questionable background / training in sheds etc . Hell you even mention earlier - not much point in paying double for other brands ? Sounds like your penny Pinching . It's up to the buyer . They can get what they like . You also mention - why not just buy 2 from your local RFD - well they may not have specific caliber 17/20 for instance in the right profile twist etc . That why i had to source one . And took it to smith who charge according . So don't accuse people from taking profit . Hell daves even stated he would fit customer supplied barrel of good brands - but wouldn't warranty them - yup totally agree . Would never try that if i had an issue , im an honest person . That my last input on this , i dont really know why im explaining myself to you anyway after mocking me building bloddy rifle myself . Good day sir
  6. If i want something manufacturer for me to my spec and that manufacturer can & will do this , then thats what ill do thank you . That action was delivered to my smith and i took the blank and stock to him - he already had the right reamer . And i bought the trigger thru that smith - he never had any issues . ps sorry palo for hijack
  7. TV and cars are built to a standard off the shelf . Ordering non standard firearm parts to your specific needs is a bit different . atb
  8. I believe some actually do , it would be fine if say a standard barrel / reamer was needed but if theres an issue with sizes (one off) drawing etc surly face to face with the customer is better and less hassle going thru hoops . When i had a custom Action made to my spec i was in direct contact with manufacturer and we made 1 or 2 changes . Then it was delivered to my smith , and paid for thru the smith . So not trying to take anything away . That's how id do it . Each to there own
  9. Moorland if its specific custom non standard stuff if we wereable to issue drawing / diagrams with sizes , why cant we buy direct ? Its surly better to deal direct with manufacturer ?
  10. Its the same with some reamer manufacturer wont supplie to the individual - theres no laws against it . Not that i know of . I needed a custom reamer manufacturer for me but 1 uk manufacturer wouldn't . I would take all component to smith once gathered . I don't diy smith anything . Tho iv had a krieger blank here and taken that to smith once ready
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    Varget

    Yup still got a few tubs , not for sale tho . Or swaps . I probably go to RS too
  12. gunner

    Lazy Butler Creek Question

    Butlers are good and all i used until they start to break , so i will be switching to vortex ones now .
  13. gunner

    benelli barrel

    Do you mean the m1 super 90 ? Old one ? I had one years ago , regret selling it .
  14. gunner

    bolt action .224 Valkyrie

    Dave , please post progress on your load development and some pikkys ? Pretty please - all the best ..
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    CZ 527 Bolt handle

    Ha , looks like the Royal color laminate - i went for a barracuda / boyds in Royal laminate subtle, or is yours grey black ? Hard to tell by the pikky
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