New Book on barreling, accuracy case prep etc

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  1. BountyHunter

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    Interesting book below on using a lathe to rebarrel, accuracy case prep, ballistics theory and reality and LR shooting. Go to the site and clik on the table of contents section to see everything in the book.

    Got it on order so will let you know.

    http://hometown.aol.com/johnstranahan/RebarrelingContents.html

    BH
     
  2. jb1000br

    jb1000br Well-Known Member

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    I just took a look and emailed him--definately looks good from here--let us know when you get it.

    JB
     

  3. Brent

    Brent Well-Known Member

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    Thanks BH. Looks like a good read.
     
  4. John Stranahan

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  5. John Stranahan

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    There is still some interest in this book from readers of this site.

    The book Precision Rebarreling is still available by e-mail to JohnStranahan@aol.com. $40 Papal or Credit Card or personal check. The book comes with a homeshop machining CD now. Details or table of content are available by e-mail.

    Thanks Rustystud for the post.

    There is a short review here.

    http ://forum.accurateshooter.com/index.php/topic,1748330.new.html#new]John Stranahan's New Book
    take out the space after the http

    I am getting back into the game with a Winchester Coyote Model 70 Action (controlled round feed) on the original laminated stock which I improved with a stainless steel bedding block (6.7 ounces). The bedding block project is on the CD. 6.5 x 20 Leopold Long range target scope, Farrel rings and bases. 26 inch Maximum heavy Varmint Taper, 1:12 twist, Hart Barrel will be the latest addition.

    John Stranahan
    JohnStranahan@aol.com
     
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