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  1. Could the Burris fast fire mount that sandwiches between the stock and receiver help. It's mounted lower.
  2. The Tooth and nail armoury foreend is excellent for quad loading strong or weak hand.
  3. I checked with Lee and they say this will work. Which is good as I can use my existing powder measures. Thanks for your help.
  4. Also if you have them welded it seems to change the structure of the metal and make it brittle. I had two welded after being drilled and both buttons completely broke off along with the extended buttons.
  5. I'm looking for a powder thru die for 308 cases. It doesn't need to flare the neck just allow charging on a progressive press. I looked at the lee charging dies but there two die kit seems to exclude 308. Can anybody suggest one?
  6. Where did it split? I only ask as I found out when I was trying to fit mine that it is made in two halves and pinned and epoxied together. (Don't ask me how I found out). I just continued on the fit it and you can't see the join when it's fitted and it doesn't affect the performance or looks at all.
  7. Glad you got it sorted and like it. I think I'm going to have to order another for my spare gun now!
  8. Having now tried the forend I can say it makes a big difference to not only the ease of loading but also the consistency of a good load. Like it!
  9. I had the same problem. Someone on here on the other thread pointed me in the right direction. But basically take the barrel off the gun fit the forend to the barrel and tap it home. I used a light wooden mallet. Once fitted to barrel fit barrel to gun. Hope that helps.
  10. I load both strong and weak hand depending on the stage. Makes a difference to both!
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