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Old 11-20-2014, 07:56 PM
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We are saying the same thing maybe in different ways.

I knocked off some of your post so I could quote some stuff.

Between the 2 of us I think we go it covered.

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Old 11-29-2014, 08:24 AM
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I have found that none of my rifles respond much to changing the oal. I didn't find anything closer than 30 thousandths. My jump for smk, amax, and even Barnes ttsx are all over 50 thousandths and all will hold .5 moa through a near factory M77 Hawkeye. I found most of my largest gains through brass prep.
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1X diameter is a good starting point.

I don't think anyone mentioned this very important and simple point:

It depends on the type of bullet. Secant vs Tangent.
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Well, if you are way more than really well seasoned, you would be using this carbide smoker.


I was reading Dean's post and noticed there was a missing photo, due to photobucket.

I replaced the exact photo that Dean had originally posted on 11-20-2014.

I plan to restore all of Dean's missing photos, as I read his posts.

Sadly, Dean passed away at 68 on Dec. 7, 2020 from Lymphoma cancer.

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I was reading Dean's post and noticed there was a missing photo, due to photobucket.

I replaced the exact photo that Dean had originally posted on 11-20-2014.

I plan to restore all of Dean's missing photos, as I read his posts.

Sadly, Dean passed away at 68 on Dec. 7, 2020 from Lymphoma cancer.

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That is very nice of you to do that.
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That is very nice of you to do that.

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Thank you. Very Appreciated.

I'm happy to do it.

I want to do it for Dean, since he wasn't, couldn't and/or didn't do it when he was healthy.

It helps to tie his great posts with his great photos restored.

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