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sorry for laughing but it was funny.
At the rate im going it will be a Hart shotgun by 2000!
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Posted 24 September 2006 - 04:22 PM
Man that is strange I have a Hart BBL in 6x284 and as of yesterday it still is going strong I bet I have close to 1,000 threw it and I load some hot stuff. Plus I've many times shot well under 1/4MOA. So this rifle is bedded and you have a great trigger. Shot off a stable rest,scope mounts are AOK. Not letting bbl get too hot. Dang just yesterday a dude next to me was shooting the same caliber and BBL maker. Only his rifle had all the bells and whistles. Some thing is being missed some where.
The 6-06 is quite an overbore cartridge, AI'ing it is like adding an afterburner to it. Even with burning the barrel out I would expect an Hart barrel to do better than 1.5" as long as it was screwed on to a straight action.
Posted 24 September 2006 - 05:54 PM
Ditto that, I know that sometimes all the barrel makers let a bad barrel get out the door and the best gunsmiths will mess up a job on occassion. Why is this rifle not doing well after the redo?A17Shooter
Some thing is being missed some where.
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Posted 04 October 2006 - 09:16 PM
John I have that bench also. I like it a lot but it isn't perfect I was useing last June on a Hot day and the thing warped into the air(Table top) when it cooled down it returned to its normal shape. But I still like it.
I have two of these along with a half dozen different benches. But these made by MTM are really nice not heavy and fold up to be very portable.http://www.mtmcase-g...ting_bench.htmlThey've gone up in price a bit. They're $69.99 at Midway USA. I got mine when they first came out. Great bench though and only weighs 14 pounds.http://www.midwayusa...leitemid=677747
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