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Old 09-22-2004, 03:22 PM
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Re: best quality brass for .22-250 AI

fiftydriver,
Your last post was right on! I think you and brian b are absolutely right based on my own experiences. Just one question though, How do you have time to do any of your gunsmithing? Every time I get on this forum, you have a recent post! I wish I could play on the internet at my work!
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Old 09-22-2004, 08:48 PM
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Re: best quality brass for .22-250 AI

GoodGrouper,

I am on the net alot, probably seems like alot more then it really is.

First thing I do when I get up in the morning is check my business e-mails of customers, then I run through the shooting boards such as LRH.

If there is anything I am interested in I will post a reply and then head over to the shop, about 100 yards from my front door. Work till 12:00 and head over for some lunch. I generally check the e-mails and posts while eating lunch adn then head back to the shop or range until about 5:00 at which time I am finished for the night and head home for dinner and genreally I will check the e-mails and posts again before I go to bed.

I like checking three times a day especially for the shops e-mail customers. Good business I feel to give quick responses. Let people know you care about their questions.

So your right I am on the web alot but really only about an hour a day depending on how the work load is.

Sometimes I work till 3 in the afternoon straight and then come over for lunch. Makes it seem like I am on the web much more then I really am.

Being self employed is alot better then having a boss though, I will grant you that!!!

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Re: best quality brass for .22-250 AI

Fiftydriver,
Sounds like a ton of fun. Hey, while I have you here, there's something I'd like to ask you. Pop over to Bullets,barrels,and ballistics and look for my post on the .308 Norma Mag.
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´╗┐Thanks post and site very nice.... very interesting.I think It's a good way to know how the tools can work.Thanks for sharng. Good Luck.
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