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Load developement for my "Johnny Cash" spare parts 308, input appreciated!

 
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Old 08-10-2011, 07:17 PM
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Re: Load developement for my "Johnny Cash" spare parts 308, input appreciated!

Thanks Richard, seems as if everyone else needs to be sarcastic about it when I'm giving out info and asking for input. Main point is I have a mostly spare parts rifle that only cost me around 500 dollars and it shoots as well as some and better than some of mine and other members 3k + rifle, so people can see what leftovers are capable of and can maybe share their thoughts, if you want to be sarcastic don't reply!
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Old 08-10-2011, 07:49 PM
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Re: Load developement for my "Johnny Cash" spare parts 308, input appreciated!

As I stated, I think you've done pretty darned good.

If you yourself were not joking or being sarchastic by referencing Johnny Cash and .099" groups, then I misunderstood your post and offer my sincerest apology.

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Old 08-10-2011, 08:07 PM
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Re: Load developement for my "Johnny Cash" spare parts 308, input appreciated!

No not you richard, I think you are the only one who took me seriously, I have a couple rifles that shoot .2s all day but they cost me a lot more than 500 dollars!
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Old 08-10-2011, 09:05 PM
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IF you mean me, it wasn't sarcasm, it was bewildered amusement, Tikka, RScott and I were joking. You carefully tell us what you have built, what it's already done and then ask us what we 'think' it may be capabile of. ?? I suspect you already have enough experience to know it's impossible for anyone to even try to guess and how could our BS guesses possibly be more accurate than your own if we did? So, did you really think any of us could possibly have a clue how to answer that or were you just wanting back pats for what you've already achieved? IF that's it, consider yourself patted, you have really done good even if it never shoots groups like that again!

And since you shoot in the 2s all day you should do really well in the competitive bench shooters matches, have you ever considered doing that?

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Old 08-10-2011, 09:24 PM
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Re: Load developement for my "Johnny Cash" spare parts 308, input appreciated!

Nope not looking for a pat on the back, maybe someone to share a few of there accurate loads if this one isn't any better. Oh and I do shoot IBS btw 6.5x284 light gun 300wm heavy/unlimited.
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Old 08-11-2011, 07:48 AM
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Re: Load developement for my "Johnny Cash" spare parts 308, input appreciated!

"..I do shoot IBS btw .."

Then, with all due respect, you do have the experience to know your questions cannot be answered.
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