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Old 03-28-2017, 10:50 PM
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Well after using the chamber iron I had zero failure to extracts in about three boxes.
Congrats on the great outcome!
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Old 03-29-2017, 07:12 AM
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Thanks. If I ever buy a complete rimfire in the future I may ask that a message to not dry fire be left in the box or perhaps send it with no firing pin and send that directly to me.

I sometimes wonder about these self-righteous types. In your case, do they really believe it is not their fault or is it simply to deflect responsibility because they know it is their fault?
I wonder myself and am inclined to go with the later. They knew they were at fault. They knew they were wrong. They just don't have the ethics to own up to their mistakes.

By the way, the rifle we are talking about has a Falcon action.
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Congratulations Mr Highdollar. Seems there must have been a small ding or at least something in the chamber that the chamber iron fixed. Enjoy your 2500X. They are excellent actions.
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Well after using the chamber iron I had zero failure to extracts in about three boxes.
So how's it shoot?
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Well after using the chamber iron I had zero failure to extracts in about three boxes.
Good deal. Bring it up to TN this weekend for our match. Glad it worked out from when you shot it in LA. If you do come, bring your Suhl if you still have it. We have our annual swap meet at the range this coming weekend as well. Never know if someone may be looking to get into a good used gun.

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Never know Hozzie I may just do it. I just can't get a handle on tuning this 900 strait. It seems to shoot good at times no matter where the tuner is. I have one lot it think will shoot decent. But the other will shoot the tiniest groups then just go all over. This is the groups this gun will shoot at times. This Is five shots and it does it often. About .280 edge to edge.


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Just shoot the flyers on the sighters. Ha.
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