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jtallen83

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About jtallen83

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    LIBERTY FIRST! Going John Galt.........

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  1. jtallen83

    Meanwhile, those Cali straws...

    That right there is something to be concerned about instead of dreamed up world ending straw theory. Bastards sit right off our shores harvesting fish that our fisherman can't touch due to regulation, and dam it I love seafood.........
  2. jtallen83

    Bullet Runout

    I believe that was the thread. Might have been a separate one with an article, this one I think; http://www.mssblog.com/2016/11/11/improving-tool-alignment-5-ways-to-float/
  3. jtallen83

    Grilling

    Not sure how I'm gonna ration that last half bottle..........got to make it count!
  4. jtallen83

    Bullet Runout

    SS can chime in on this, letting the shell holder float by using an O ring can help with runout, he had a pretty extensive thread with a discussion on it.
  5. jtallen83

    Grilling

    That sucks.........
  6. I've installed both a GS2 and a MBT, the MBT has a better feel for me and is a good bit cheaper right now.
  7. jtallen83

    Howdy

    Pretty sure they can't do that. 1968 GCA states "The serial number must be placed in a manner not susceptible of being readily obliterated, altered, or removed, and must not duplicate any serial number placed by you on any other firearm." and that would be duplicating it. Never heard of that being done but then there is a first time for everything. https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/27/479.102
  8. Could be the lighter weight of the .270 allows you to get back on target faster. More trigger time may help more than anything else, muscle memory does wonders!
  9. A heavier buffer doesn’t always equal keeping the rifle on target. The extra weight coming to a stop on the forward part of the cycle will move your sites. Most of the 3 gun crowd runs low reciprocating mass builds to help them with faster follow up shots.
  10. jtallen83

    Meanwhile, those Cali straws...

    Unreal, they actually called straws a “gateway plastic,” anything to trigger an emotion...............
  11. jtallen83

    Looking for barrel

    White oak armament has +3 inch rifle gas tubes for $15 in stock. Of course changing a standard length will add cost to the barrel, special length equals special price.
  12. jtallen83

    Howdy

    I suppose the pressure could be extrapolated with math but then why? Math can lie, pulling the trigger always tells the truth, works or it doesn’t.
  13. jtallen83

    Howdy

    Down range. That doesn’t negate the effect on the action though, short tube still equals less gas acting on the BCG.
  14. jtallen83

    Looking for barrel

    My mind always goes back to the Houston wharehouse testing results on barrel length, they showed 21 3/4 to be the sweet spot. http://precisionrifleblog.com/2013/10/18/secrets-of-the-houston-warehouse-lessons-in-extreme-rifle-accuracy/ Bartlein is another cut rifling option with a pretty good rep. If you want the cheaper button rifling then Criterion would be hard to beat if they had your twist. I would do a bunch of research on what the PRS guys are using for a twist before picking an oddball. Oddball stuff means oddball price.
  15. jtallen83

    Looking for barrel

    If he wants 1,000+ yards he will use every inch. Palma guys often run 30+ inch barrels.
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