HMMM, as I recall, the rifles were 45-70-500.
the carbines were 45-55-405.
that thumb cut out for stripper clips tells me ex military.....
OK, I'll do that when I am able..... :thumbup:
thanks for all your efforts hosting.
and thanks for the good wishes! :)
well, I don't feel bad getting beaten by a M39... :)
thanks for the invitation to keep adding - I didn't get a chance to shoot everything I...
yep, congrats to all who entered, and most of all, thanks to lionkingg for hosting! :thumbup:
congrats to all who were brave enough to try!
it was indeed instructional, but I can't say I enjoyed all the lessons! :(
once again, many thanks...
seems to me I recall the Finns using cork....
AHHH, you are assuming pols actually have a conscience..... :fire:
not so, they are all bedded, just not in the same way as current commercial rifles are.
the problem is when the barrel heats up - and the group either expands or walks in some direction.
once the barrel cools down, it returns to where...
not so with mine - perhaps you have bedding issues?
at one time or another, various Lee Enfields, British P14s and Siamese Mausers have been converted to 45-70 - plus several other similar calibers.
I guess it never occurred to you that those people can't shoot worth a darn, no matter what they used?
Or perhaps that particular rifle was just...
guess I've been lucky - I have four of them - two rimfires and two M24V - and they are all well regulated......
here are my rapid fire targets
all class 1
first is my 4 inch Charter Arms .44 spl Bulldog
scored 39 points
folded - I sighted it in folded, and did not want to mess with the POI
try Robertsons Trading Post - they have M84 mags reworked for the M81 - reports of users have been positive
I believe what you are seeing is color case hardening, which is purely for cosmetic purposes and does not harden the metal....
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