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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny View Post
    e/money the rifling has as much to do with it as velocity of the caliber,the smoother the rifiling the less fouling you will have.there is amethod of smoothing the barrel that one of the top shooters has,it has different amounts of abrasive applied to the bullets you fire these in the sequence that is printied of the instructions and clean as he states an it will improve the smoothness of your barrel resulting in smaller groups and less fouling.
    Fuck that. I think I'll wear my rifling naturally and clean a little copper out here and there, rather than purposely wear that bitch out with abrasive rounds or paste.

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    The 2nd exists to insure the viability of the 1st; without the 2nd, the 1st is rendered moot.

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    It's about that time.....

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    12tb I actually saw a rifle that was grouping at 1 1/2 inch at 100yrds,after firing the 20 different rounds that I was talking about go down to a1/2 inch .that was my son Kimber 270.It still holds that grouping,also very easy to clean also.
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    David Tubbs might just know a few things about accuracy.

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    Learned a little something today. A magnum case full of retumbo will make a 6# rifle feel like a 3# rifle. Had to giggle a couple times.. A little disappointed, every time I was getting to a sweet spot around max load it seemed to show pressure signs when I really needed to throw a bit more to see. Never had any other powders act up before max load like this one.

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    Interesting article on Oil Production, OPEC and Russia.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/ar...ia-s-in-charge
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    A political writer when asked what to expect in Florida for 2019. Gotta chuckle at it.

    "People keep moving here. Traffic gets worse. And the National Rifle Association usually gets whatever Marion Hammer wants."
    Love and a .45--one will kill you one will keep you alive.

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    The four Hurricane Michael disasters: storm, longterm flooding, fire threat, pine beetle.


    http://floridapolitics.com/archives/...at-pine-beetle
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    For all those who had their timber wiped out - who is going to spend the money to site prep and replant? And then wait another 30 years for them to mature.

    I'm going to complain and then will probably replant - for my children.

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