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    Lou Scarborough

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  1. That goes with any kind of competitive games/sport. I've raced motocross both bikes and quads for years. You think shooting people are bad they got nothing on moto people lol. But.. Really it depends on the person. The cool thing about shooting people is no matter how much of a douch you think they are, if you go and talk to them chances are you have a lot in common and will agree on more things than you disagree on. I always worry about witch side of this fence I'm perceived to be on and will check myself to never be on the arrogant side. I'll always help out new guys and give all the tips I can to the just for fun guys. I'll also talk a ton of s#!t (in a joking way) when I beat the serious guys.
  2. No, it was a mistake, no one got it for 300
  3. Maybe somone with the real reason will chime in but all the timmies and operators I know hate the whole competition scene and think competition shooters are dumb. Every time they see or hear the words competition shooting or match they run away and want nothing to do with it.
  4. The wife and I have them and they are pretty tough like you said. It will get a little bit easier the more you shoot it but not really noticeable. You best bet is to get one of the handles that go on the back of the bolt so your grandson can slingshot it. There's a few different styles, one is a ring, one is a cone looking thing.
  5. Where can I get it for that price? Please let me know if there's a code or what website
  6. How's your accuracy? Are you actually flinching low left/right? JJ explains it best
  7. Also just a friendly reminder... Keep at least 2 fire extinguishers near the exit of your reloading room and keep up on their inspections.
  8. Wasn't really sure how to title this thread. I'm wondering if anyone has looked into if we're allowed to keep powder, primers and ammo in the house. Like most of you guys I have a reloading room in the house and we all know all the flammable stuff we have. I like to keep pictures of all the stuff I own just incase something tragic happens and I have to use my homeowners insurance. Do you guys take pictures or have your reloading stuff on your insurance policy? Has anyone had to or know anyone who did have to deal with the insurance company for a claim from a house fire? I'm wondering if the insurance company got out of it because you had a reloading set up in the house. Side note, Any facts or thoughts about ammo or components going off during a house fire and the fire fighters putting it out? This is something I've been wondering about for some time now and just read a thread on national match forum about not leaving your chamber loaded because if a home fire occurs it will go off with the same affect as pulling the trigger.
  9. What happens when you need it repaired?
  10. Thanks bud I'll check it out
  11. Really wish I'd have known this stuff a couple of years ago. I did the EGW kit on my range officer and it's pretty much the same as stock, maybe a touch lighter. My STI is easily less than half of it. There's only 1 gunsmith shop here in South Jersey, I think it's called winters or something, I talked to him once on the phone and he was a total miserable POS.
  12. Not sure about that one. I always empty mine and store it with the dryer sheets.
  13. Whenever you're not using it leave new dryer sheets in it.
  14. Why is this thread still going on? He's never going to admit he f*#ked up
  15. louu

    Long range .308

    Buy a good scale, weigh every charge and use varget powder.
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