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Group Buy Discussions / Re: Rossi R92 Scout Scope Base
« Last post by 762sultan on December 16, 2018, 01:47:37 PM »
I like that Skinner sight on that 92. How difficult was it to put it there? Could you post a better picture of it?
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Group Buy Discussions / Re: Rossi R92 Scout Scope Base
« Last post by TexD on December 15, 2018, 11:28:05 PM »
Here is an update - photos show the NOE mount with Burris 2x-7x scout scope and Burris Zee 1" low rings
tried several rings - this setup works best. just barely clears. Great mount.

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Group Buy Discussions / 311-232-FN-AZ1 for the Blackout
« Last post by SamFisher on December 15, 2018, 03:55:53 PM »
Probably the best mold for the Blackout. And I would like to get this in a 4 or 5 cavity mold.
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Casting and Reloading / Re: 225-67FN mold-need advise
« Last post by pjames32@live.com on December 15, 2018, 12:18:37 AM »
Additional update…………..sprue plate is fine. Sprue bolt threads were buggered. Cleaned up with a tap and reassembled with a bit of anti-seize. All is well.
Thanks for the help!
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Post Your Pictures and Videos / NOE 341-245-SP in the 338 Spectre
« Last post by cornmastah on December 14, 2018, 05:31:09 PM »
Happy Friday guys!  Made a short(ish) video on my subsonic bolt gun loads in the 338 Spectre using the NOE 341-245-SP mold and HP-38 powder:
https://youtu.be/bizvQHtgLn4
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Casting and Reloading / Re: 225-67FN mold-need advise
« Last post by pjames32@live.com on December 14, 2018, 04:54:23 PM »
Update...……….Cast for an hour yesterday after checking alignment pins and sprue plate closure. Tightened sprue plate a little, heated mold and sprue plate at high on my hot plate and set my PID at 750*. I tried to concentrate on holding the mold handles tighter. I finally have better fill out and more acceptable bullets.
This morning I tried again with the PID set at 775*. I cast for about 30 minutes and the sprue plate locked up open. Not sure if I may have warped it. I quit casting and everything is cooling. I'll check the plate with a straight edge when cooled and call NOE if it is warped. The added 25* did not appear to improve my bullets.
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Air Guns / Re: New Pellet Moulds in .22, .25, .30 and .35 cal.
« Last post by rsterne on December 14, 2018, 04:32:03 AM »
The NOE .35 cal Magnum Hunter pellet moulds are now in the store.... 84-95 gr.... http://noebulletmolds.com/NV/index.php?cPath=35_586

Bob
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Air Guns / Re: New Pellet Moulds in .22, .25, .30 and .35 cal.
« Last post by bpratl on December 13, 2018, 09:30:27 AM »
Bending the pin brackets did the job and I now have smooth release of the pins.
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Air Guns / Re: New Pellet Moulds in .22, .25, .30 and .35 cal.
« Last post by bpratl on December 12, 2018, 09:18:32 AM »
Bob, thanks, I will give that a try it is a lot easier then shimming.
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Casting and Reloading / Re: 225-67FN mold-need advise
« Last post by pjames32@live.com on December 11, 2018, 04:56:07 PM »
The finning I'm seeing is at the mold split line. I'll try keep the mold handles tighter and will take a look at the alignment pins. I do run with the sprue plate quite loose. I might try tighten it up a bit. I'll set the PID at 750* and get the mold hotter before I start on the next batch and build a bit more sprue, probably tomorrow.
Appreciate the input guys!!
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