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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#16 Postby shooter mcreid » Sat Apr 25, 2015 10:50 pm

Yeah it is and the cheeky bugger shot a 126 today in open with his misses shooting a 126 in f standard.

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#17 Postby plumbs7 » Sat Apr 25, 2015 10:53 pm

:D Wow , yep he's in the Brilliant wind reading category! Watch out f open and his wife too! Must be good representing Pakistan ! Lol! :D

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#18 Postby plumbs7 » Sat Apr 25, 2015 10:55 pm

For others out there , that's a little private joke!

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#19 Postby brent_86 » Sun Apr 26, 2015 12:25 pm

Graham, Josh has finally got his saum going as well and managed a 66.9 yesterday. Are you going to bring the 7mm to Warwick? I wouldn't mind a look at it

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#20 Postby DenisA » Sun Apr 26, 2015 6:09 pm

brent_86 wrote:Graham, Josh has finally got his saum going as well and managed a 66.9 yesterday. Are you going to bring the 7mm to Warwick? I wouldn't mind a look at it


66.9..! You guys are making this game waaay to hard for knock abouts like me :lol:

Unreal. On the 126's for you and the Mrs too Brent.

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#21 Postby plumbs7 » Tue Apr 28, 2015 8:04 pm

brent_86 wrote:Graham, Josh has finally got his saum going as well and managed a 66.9 yesterday. Are you going to bring the 7mm to Warwick? I wouldn't mind a look at it


Yes Josh is a danger too!
Well Brent I've spent the last dime of fun mon getting the gun where it is and have to save up for the 708 Ai dies .

Very encouraged with the results on Sunday. That's the good news ! The bad was the Br-4 batch 0019 are misfiring . So will go with cci 400 this weekend . The pin protrusion is heaps . And on one of them kept firing until the primer caved in with no pop!

It was blowing a gale at crows nest ! Up to 9-10 moa correction at times from a low of 5.5 moa. Only got a sighter at 600 yds before the first misfire . Pulled the case and 2208 everywhere and stuck pill ! Mr Mace gave me a hand to clean it up ( thanks!) but put It away for that detail!

At 500 yds had another 6 or so misfires with the same results ! But.. Mr Brisky helped me to take out the range with a 87.4 clearing the next 7 mm by 2 points ! D Brisky was 85.?? Standard . The next .308 was 83.?? .

So it seems very user friendly in the bags under recoil . Ok that is it I'll not torture you all with a blog ! So that is it , no more posting on this one. But she shoots !

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#22 Postby mike H » Wed Apr 29, 2015 8:16 am

plumbs7 wrote:
brent_86 wrote:Graham, Josh has finally got his saum going as well and managed a 66.9 yesterday. Are you going to bring the 7mm to Warwick? I wouldn't mind a look at it


Yes Josh is a danger too!
Well Brent I've spent the last dime of fun mon getting the gun where it is and have to save up for the 708 Ai dies .

Very encouraged with the results on Sunday. That's the good news ! The bad was the Br-4 batch 0019 are misfiring . So will go with cci 400 this weekend . The pin protrusion is heaps . And on one of them kept firing until the primer caved in with no pop!

It was blowing a gale at crows nest ! Up to 9-10 moa correction at times from a low of 5.5 moa. Only got a sighter at 600 yds before the first misfire . Pulled the case and 2208 everywhere and stuck pill ! Mr Mace gave me a hand to clean it up ( thanks!) but put It away for that detail!

At 500 yds had another 6 or so misfires with the same results ! But.. Mr Brisky helped me to take out the range with a 87.4 clearing the next 7 mm by 2 points ! D Brisky was 85.?? Standard . The next .308 was 83.?? .

So it seems very user friendly in the bags under recoil . Ok that is it I'll not torture you all with a blog ! So that is it , no more posting on this one. But she shoots !


When misfires occur,the first thing to get blamed is the primer,in fact most times it isn't the fault of the primer.I would be looking elsewhere.
Mike.

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#23 Postby Steve N » Wed Apr 29, 2015 8:51 am

Turning a little too far into the shoulder can cause those misfires when forming AI cases. I had the same problem with the cci-450s when fireforming. Once formed no misfires at all. I went to fed205s to fire form and they did the job well.
Steve

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#24 Postby plumbs7 » Wed Apr 29, 2015 5:09 pm

Thanks Mike and Steve for the input! Regards Graham .

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#25 Postby plumbs7 » Sun May 03, 2015 4:50 pm

The misfires were most defiantly dud Br 4 primers . As I changed primers and didn't have one misfire after 5 ranges , 60 odd shots !

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#26 Postby Norm » Sun May 03, 2015 11:57 pm

plumbs7 wrote:The misfires were most defiantly dud Br 4 primers . As I changed primers and didn't have one misfire after 5 ranges , 60 odd shots !


Were you fire forming 7-08 brass into 7-08ai when you were getting the misfires?

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#27 Postby plumbs7 » Mon May 04, 2015 7:07 am

Norm wrote:
plumbs7 wrote:The misfires were most defiantly dud Br 4 primers . As I changed primers and didn't have one misfire after 5 ranges , 60 odd shots !


Were you fire forming 7-08 brass into 7-08ai when you were getting the misfires?

Hi Norm , no brand new 308 Palma brass.

Regards Graham.

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#28 Postby Brad Y » Mon May 04, 2015 10:59 am

Easiest way to tell if they are dud is shoot some of the same batch again in fire formed cases. Same sort of thing happened to me with my 6 dasher- I went to a softer primer for fireforming. It saved wasting CCI450's with every 3rd or 4th not going off to all of them going off. Not sure how you were fireforming, but a 30 thou jam, 3-4 thou neck tension and a soft primer was fundamental to get them going off every time.

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#29 Postby plumbs7 » Mon May 04, 2015 7:32 pm

Brad Y wrote:Easiest way to tell if they are dud is shoot some of the same batch again in fire formed cases. Same sort of thing happened to me with my 6 dasher- I went to a softer primer for fireforming. It saved wasting CCI450's with every 3rd or 4th not going off to all of them going off. Not sure how you were fireforming, but a 30 thou jam, 3-4 thou neck tension and a soft primer was fundamental to get them going off every time.


Brad , that sounds exactly what was happening to me ! U maybe onto something ! Righto I'll try again with fire formed brass . But what gets me is that I kept cycling the bolt and pulling the trigger until the primer caved in !

But the above is worth trying out with fired brass!

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#30 Postby Brad Y » Mon May 04, 2015 9:42 pm

Yes I found it out the hard way. No point keeping the info a secret. Was there any difference in the primers (cratering at all?) between the fireform loads that went off, and resized and re fired cases?


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