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all I did is cut off four inches of barrel

Postby elkhunter » Sat Dec 08, 2012 7:01 pm

shooting good with cheep mod...
spent the day with my big brother had a great time
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Re: all I did is cut off four inches of barrel

Postby Marauder 1 » Sat Dec 08, 2012 10:39 pm

Uh oh he said the B word here... That is not a ***** Gun it is lightly modified. Sweet groups. Is that with a flat crown?
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Re: all I did is cut off four inches of barrel

Postby elkhunter » Sat Dec 08, 2012 11:47 pm

Marauder 1 wrote:Uh oh he said the B word here... That is not a ***** Gun it is lightly modified. Sweet groups. Is that with a flat crown?
Seeya
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yep.. flat but a sweet shooter now a thumb hole stock and bedding
job should get even better
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Re: all I did is cut off four inches of barrel

Postby magoo1 » Sun Dec 09, 2012 1:41 am

Thanks big brother for the great time at the range, my groups were a bit bigger at 3 inches with a flat/small bevel, that was cut with a hand drill used for machining taper bores. I picked this up a few years ago for tapering screws in metal. Worked very well on my Winchester model 94. I used 46 grains of H335 with CCI 200 primers with Hornady 150 sp .312. I also think that it is shooting better with a 22 inch barrel. We also got out the crono and got 2770 fps with this load. I also tried 50 grains of IMR 4320 with a much looser group, but it cronographed at 2950 fps. I think it is not bad for a 22 inch barrel. I think with a Timney trigger it would be a lot better. :D
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