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About STOMP442

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  • Birthday 07/26/1981

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  • Location
    Safford, AZ
  • Interests
    Long Range hunting & shooting, Reloading, Custom long range rifle builds.

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  1. STOMP442

    300 wsm load data needed

    H4350 works really really well in the 300WSM.
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    Winchester Small Rifle Primers

    Not selling. Looking to trade just like my add says. Definitely not shipping either.
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    Primer outward dimple

    Yes, like what mentioned above what is happening is the primer is actually flowing into the excess space around the firing pin and the hole. If it flows too much it will actually pierce and find its way into the bolt causing even more issues. I am willing to bet the CCI 450 will fix the issue unless its just really bad. In that case some large primer brass will be needed.
  4. I have a brick of Winchester Small Rifle Primers. Everything I am running is using CCI. I would love to trade someone for either CCI #450s or #200s. Located in Safford.
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    Paying Children Allowance

    My allowance was a roof over my head, a bed to sleep in and food on the table. We used to live out in the boonies and I would mow the lawns of the two older ladies on the walk home from the bus stop once a week. The first one would give me 5 bucks and the 2nd would give me a cold Dr. Pepper. Those were the days.
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    Primer outward dimple

    This is because you are using small primer brass in a receiver with a bolt designed for large primers. Firing pin needs to be bushed for proper fitment or change brass to a large primer pocket. This is a common problem with Savages especially but other actions as well. Another simple fix would be use a CCI #450 magnum as the cups are harder and you wont get pierced or dimpled primers. My wifes match gun chambered in 6mmBR had this problem and switching to the 450s cured it.
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    Arizona

    Another interesting fact for your list. Arizona is home to one of only a few rivers in the US that flows to the North. The San Pedro. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Pedro_River_(Arizona)
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    Suppressors

    I purchased two Silencer Co Harvesters last year. Both are .308 cans with two direct thread adapters that the wife and I use on everything from .223 ARs all the way up. I threaded everything but a few rifles that I just don't want to ruin the aesthetics of. What I did was re-zero everything with the suppressor on it, that way I know I am ready to go, just have to screw the suppressor on whatever I am shooting at the time. Since getting the suppressors I haven't shot anything without it and neither will you. They just make shooting much more pleasant. I know there are probably better ones out there but I have been very happy with the Harvesters. Here is the wife and I doubling up on Coyotes last weekend. First one came in at about the 5 min mark and the 2nd at about 7 min. Shot one and just kept calling. 2nd one had no idea a gun had even been fired.
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    Best rifle scope regardless of price

    For a hunting scope my money goes to Leupold every time. They have all the features you need and none you don't. Glass clarity is great, light weight, durable and repeatable. Plus they look like they belong on a hunting rifle and American made. Warrantee is as good as anyone elses too, but chances are you won't become close friends on a first name basis with the folks in the customer service dept. like some other companies.
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    WTB Remington 721/722/725

    I just picked up a 721 in .257 Roberts as well. Sweet little rifles for sure and an even sweeter caliber. Good luck on your quest.
  11. STOMP442

    WTS: Steiner 20x80 Binoculars

    Yes, still available.
  12. STOMP442

    RIP Eddie Van Halen

    dang! One of the greatest of all time. Sad day.
  13. Used them for years and I have never had an issue. The only time I had a problem was when one rolled off the bench and the tip broke off when it hit the concrete floor.
  14. Look at the Lee case length gauges and trimmers. They are cheap, caliber specific and they can be chucked up in a drill for easy work. The nice thing about them is you don't have to worry about setting anything or a screw slipping and changing your length. Each and every case is trimmed the same every time.
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