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Unread 05-04-2010, 12:09 PM
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Re: AR-15 Hand loading tips

BTW--some 1:9 barrels stabilize the Hornady 75 BTHP just fine...you may be lucky!
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    Thanks Guys! I appreciate the help. Put a timney trigger in it the 3# one. It has a lot of creep but it's better than what I had.
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    Thanks Guys! I appreciate the help. Put a timney trigger in it the 3# one. It has a lot of creep but it's better than what I had.
    Timney w/ creep? That's odd. Or is that compared to a set trigger you have on a bolt gun?
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    Timney w/ creep? That's odd.
    I agree! I talked to a fellow named Jeff at Timney and they are sending me a replacement while I keep this one in the gun! I don't have to go without. Now that is Great CS!!! I have some Timneys in other guns and their great. Every once in a while one slips through, I don't care who you are. The thing is they are a good company, taking care of me and getting a lifetime customer in the process.
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    I agree! I talked to a fellow named Jeff at Timney and they are sending me a replacement while I keep this one in the gun! I don't have to go without. Now that is Great CS!!! I have some Timneys in other guns and their great. Every once in a while one slips through, I don't care who you are. The thing is they are a good company, taking care of me and getting a lifetime customer in the process.
    Great to hear they are taking care of you. Let us know how the new one compares.
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