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Old 05-25-2020, 12:14 PM
FBecigneul FBecigneul is offline
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This is where I get to differ with you, Glenn. We have rimfire rifles for comp and they have our Gene Beggs tuners on them. We rim thickness sort thousands of rounds and group them in boxes of identical rim thickness as measured by our rim thickness gauge. These rifles, so equipped and prepared, shoot lights out against more expensive rifles using more expensive ammo. Cost or price doesn’t make something better and experience and time in work up is the equalizer.
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