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Unread 09-15-2006, 05:09 AM
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Re: loading tips for TSX bullets

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It's a very simple thing to do with Adobe Photoshop. It took right around 15 minutes.

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hi eaglet
i am very easily impressed,and very very behind in the computer world.
non the less it got my attention.
can you get it free or is it a disk or something.
thanks
Colin
PS not hijacking the thread,Ackley is interested as well,
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    Unread 09-15-2006, 01:45 PM
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    Re: loading tips for TSX bullets

    col48,
    Adobe Photoshop is a Professional application, comes in a CD and costs $649.00 for the newest version. This of course is way too much if all we are going to use it for is fixing our hunting pictures and just other small things. There are other programs the will do most of what we would need without the expense, I just can't think of their names because I just concentrate in the one I use. If I come up with some decent one in a good price package I'd be glad to let you know. Remember, you gentlemen would have to be willing to learn how to run the program. Untill then, If you have some other nice shots that you need something fixed I might be able to help. You may email them to the e-mail obtained by clicking on Eaglet.
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    Re: loading tips for TSX bullets

    hi eaglet
    thanks for the offer
    and the reply,but as you say that would be one expensive set of sticks to remove.
    but it is very good non the less,
    sill impressed
    thanks
    Colin
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    Unread 09-18-2006, 10:16 AM
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    Re: loading tips for TSX bullets

    My best TSX load is this:

    7 Rem Mag
    140 gr TSX
    H1000 73.1 gr
    0.050" off lands
    3115 fps (26 bbl)

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    Unread 09-18-2006, 12:23 PM
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    Re: loading tips for TSX bullets

    JEM,
    Is your rifle a Sendero? is it a sporter? 5 Shots into 3/4" of an inch with factory rifle in a sporter is not bad at all, specially when 3 of those 5 are within 0.3 of an inch.
    Was the three shot group the fist three shots?
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    Re: loading tuips for TSX bullets

    I get good results with my 300WM and 375H&H. The H&H is .6 for 5 rounds @ 100
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    Unread 09-18-2006, 01:26 PM
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    Re: loading tuips for TSX bullets

    Eaglet,

    The rifle is a factory Browning A-Bolt Stainless Stalker in 7mm Rem. Magnum. Comes with adjustable trigger which I lightened myself. Otherwise I haven't touched a thing. Had very similar results yesterday with the Nosler AccuBond 160 gr and H1000 70.0 gr. Put 3 shots into 0.32" at 100 yards. Range pic on 'New powder for 7 RM' post.
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