Noe has a few 20 and 24 gr. molds in 22 cal. back in stock now.... just in case some have’nt noticed it yet that wanted one.
« Last post by only1harry on Today at 10:55:07 PM »
So, tried calling Extreem and got the good old automated shuffle again. After being on hold for near 10 minutes, auto-annie came on, said no one was available to answer my call and hung up.
I hope Aim Sports ships a new scope to you quickly. Did they say if it will be used/refurbished or NIB?
« Last post by wll2506 on Today at 10:55:04 PM »
Mine slugged out at .2154 I find This style sized down works best in these barrels, https://noebulletmolds.com/site/product-category/224/218-25-rf-d6/
Great info, Seneca are way oversized and I have a sizer coming, but it may be to big --- I have smaller sizers coming.
217 slugs are pretty darn tight :-(
« Last post by Dan H on Today at 10:51:18 PM »
I don't really think so..... I have tested by holding the bolt while firing , and no there is not enough movement to open / raise the bolt high enough to do that on my guns ...here is a pic of the mag after I repaired it .... it's been working perfect , Bin did send me a second new mag for my gun also after I told him what happened ...
I think it might also be easy to hit it with a finger and pop it back up in to a bad position , that bolt slides very easy ... like when you keep looking threw scope in between shot's ,and may not see the bolt accidently lifting is one thought I had ,and I thing might of happened to me in testing , so it's something to keep and eye on for sure ...
1 thing at least we did not get hurt ...
Some blue bunny cookies n cream ice cream.
« Last post by bantam5s on Today at 10:47:33 PM »
Thank you.Resealed the Benjamin 132, and made a holster for it.
It's not my best work, but it's functional.
« Last post by tjk on Today at 10:47:12 PM »
Very nice looking setup Joanie! And in .20 too. I know as you continue to shoot it, as it breaks in, you will really understand the 5mm caliber and appreciate its attributes as you do .177, .22, etc. That stock design looks to be very user friendly. Cant wait to see future groupings as things progress.
« Last post by Rob M on Today at 10:46:57 PM »
Ok, so it appears the headstock is mt3. The collets are 6k which are rare as hens teeth. There should be a pin in the spindle threads that is 1/8” in diameter to key the collets, but is usually snapped off on older machines. So no collet chuck needed and I seem to have all I need to use them. The pin that keys the collets will clear a normal mt3 center, but has a tendency to cause issues when trying to use the adapter to go down to a mt2 center.
pretty cool , never heard of them till now..
« Last post by Firewalker on Today at 10:46:37 PM »
Us PBers do it all the time: