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Old 08-14-2014, 10:45 AM   #18371
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All types. Ash, maple, oak, hickory, alder, cherry, poplar and mahogany. All the woods i have laying around lol.
Really nice. Off topic but what do you plan on coating it with? Something hard and smooth? (that s what she said)
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Old 08-14-2014, 11:26 AM   #18372
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If you guys are getting into reloading, check out these guys. They are good friends of ours and get me stuff cheap! They do not have the big money for a fancy site but they are 4 th generation of reloading dealers and know their stuff. Their prices are good and can answer questions honestly as they are the owners and reload for hunting and target shooting themselves. Not just a person who answers the phone. Tell them Todd sent you.

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Old 08-14-2014, 01:13 PM   #18373
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Nice. I'm about to embark on building a new desk/bench myself. My press should be here today. I can't put it in my basement as it's too damp down there so I'm putting it in my bedroom. The only problem is I don't have much room and I have to keep the cost down. I've got an old Rubbermaid cart I got from work that I've never used and am considering trying to use that as my platform in which to reload on.
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Really nice. Off topic but what do you plan on coating it with? Something hard and smooth? (that s what she said)
not sure yet man, i want something that will take abuse.
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mines in the garage
I wish I had the luxury of a garage... Or a shed or a basement that isn't in a dungeon with a dirt floor. Which is why my bench is going in the bedroom.

My press came in today. I got the Lee Deluxe 4 Hole Turret Press with auto indexing and the auto disk. I do want to get the Pro Auto Disk though. I know it's not the best press out there but it fits into my budget. I've still got to pick up the dies and safety prime and one more reloading manual. I have two already.
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Patched parts were warming up the bore and sighting in(gun took a tumble so I had to re zero my scope). 11 shot group at 100 yards
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Old 08-15-2014, 01:08 PM   #18377
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Patched parts were warming up the bore and sighting in(gun took a tumble so I had to re zero my scope). 11 shot group at 100 yards
You've got a couple fliers but no big problems.
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Old 08-15-2014, 02:18 PM   #18378
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You've got a couple fliers but no big problems.
Yeah I know. Here's the picture of it on checking zero before I patched and shot the one that I just posted. The one about 3.5 inches higher is the first shot. It seems like that's a pretty constant thing for my gun with a cold bore. First shot is always 3-3.5 high. The rest that aren't dead on on the first picture I posted were my fault pulling a little too much on the trigger. Hopefully that'll go away once I get a 3.5 pound trigger as opposed to the 6.5(which is just shy of gun weight so it really can move it) that's on there.
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Decent deal for Colt AR fans

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