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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Beauregard View Post
    That gives me the perfect opportunity to ask, (have work I want done for my .308 as well) how is it taking your piece to a workshop and dealing with 594?
    If you have already purchased the rifle or action and not shipping it, nothing needs to be done, just drop off and pick up when finished.

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    Ah, good to know. Guess I really misinterpreted that. Thought you had to do a transfer back from the GS to you.


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    I could be wrong, but know someone who recently had work done and didnt have do anything, but pay for the work and head home.
    Would suck if had to do that, just to do a repair.

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    Good to know. Not sure where I got that, but that seemed to be my impression. It's good to be wrong sometimes!


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    Today I loaded my range bag! Hopefully going shooting in the morning!

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    Been doing the same thing for days now....

    Neck turning brass. Once all set up, pretty easy process, but takes time to do and prep everything.

    Brass is coming out nice though, with runout running at about half a thousandth and some not even moving the gauge. Hopefully the work pays off at trigger time!

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    I need to get back to the bench! Have had so many other chores calling, and a ton of work at work...!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Beauregard View Post
    I need to get back to the bench! Have had so many other chores calling, and a ton of work at work...!
    I hear ya! That is why I have been busy, work got me behind in the reloading room.

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    loaded up a bunch of 147 gr 9mm subs to test in my 9mm suppressed ar. trying titegroup, wsf, 231 and n320. this is my first try with titegroup. i have heard good things so im hoping for good results. the wife is going to try out her new present (357 / 9mm convertable ruger blackhawk). we are heading to a new area to look for camping and shooting spots this weekend. greenwater is getting to crowded.


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    Still neck turning, got about 100 pieces to go, but almost there!
    Then I am gonna load some rounds up to see how they do.

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