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Tom Freeman

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  1. Sandpaper to the sides of the mag. Works every time.
  2. Thunderbolt is crap. And that is insulting to crap.
  3. I tried a couple different ones and settled on this one. Stupid solid. http://soar.reallyrightstuff.com/TA-3-LC-SOAR-Series-3-Leveling-Base-with-Clamp
  4. I have been shooting revos in USPSA and ICORE for not quite 20 years, but close. I dont think the division is broken. Its just plain hard, and your average dude doesent like hard. You pretty much turn every stage into a Virginia count stage. Keeping that front sight steady while trying to pull the trigger fast is nowhere as easy as a decent autoloader. The 8 round deal helped, but nowhere near as much as I had thought it would. I dont think allowing optics will gain us much. I say leave it alone.
  5. I need to go back and check my notes, but I didn't see much variation at all. Same lot of brass annealed between each firing with .002 tension and Bn coated 300gn Bergers. I am also shooting at much larger targets than a half minute X-ring. That stuff is hard.
  6. Tactical Udder from Bison Tactical or a GameChanger from Armageddon.
  7. All on the same pass. Even out past 2,000 yards I didn't see a difference to make me choose one way over the other. Hopefully the quarterly ELR match in Raton will start up again. Targets from 700-2200 yards. The Prometheus takes a while to get dialed in to the exact powder charge. For load development and small batch stuff it will be easier and faster.
  8. Redding bushing die in station one, powder die in two, Forster BR seat die in 3. I am using a Prometheus powder dispenser and a 6 inch powder drop tube to get all that Retumbo in there. I do have a FX120i with Area419 do-dads on my list though. To seat the 300 Bergers you have to start the bullet in the die and then put it in the case. Its not even a deal.
  9. 338 Lapua and 510 Whisper on my 550. Very happy.
  10. Reflex type cans add a lot of weight and don't cut down the noise very much. I like Thunderbeast and Shark. Thunderbeast heavily supports the shooting sports and is owned and operated by actual shooters.
  11. I am using the same. Money well spent.
  12. Not sure why this thread popped back up to the top. I had forgotten all about it. As luck would have it, I am the caretaker of Eddie Rhodes Tubb2000 in 308. I added a S&B 5-25 scope and a Thunderbeast Ultra 7 suppressor. Everything else is still the same. It still shoots awesome, just quieter now.
  13. Thunderbeast Ultra 7 is an excellent choice. I have one on my 300 SBR and am very happy. Hearing safe with subs and the front end of the rifle isn't muzzle heavy. I also have 30 cal cans from Shark, SiCo and SF. My Thunderbeast cans see most all my shooting now days.
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