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  1. chuckshooter
    10-29-2016 08:04 PM
    chuckshooter
    I was wondering if you have any info on a rimmed 20 vartarg, or where you calling it a 20 raven
  2. jholp
    05-31-2010 01:35 PM
    jholp
    I see where you are shooting a 17 Bee in a Martini.

    I am working on a 14 Killer Bee made by Marty for me.

    Sizing the brass from 218 down to 14 cal is a bit challenging. Are you neck turning your brass ? I will have to turn mine as they are way too thick by the time they are all the way down to 14 cal.

    I assume you size from .224 to .204 to .172 At which point along the way do you neck turn?

    I have the K&M Expandrons and outside neck turning devices for .224, .172, and .144

    If I wait to turn at the .144 thickness the brass is so thick turning is difficult. I plan to try turning at more than one diameter along the way. Perhaps at the .224, then at the .172, last check at the 14 cal level and see if final turning is required.

    Your thoughts and ideas would be appreciated.


    John
  3. Daryl
    02-12-2010 04:30 PM
    Daryl
    Hi don- havne't seenyou on the site lately- kinda like me, eh? I'm having a problem with a martini I converted to Cf with small bushed pin. Trouble is pushing the pin back, even with factory RP's. I was using 12 coils of a M70 spring and an now going to test 14 or 15 coils - all that will fit and still cock the action. Hopefully, the problem is fixed. The tiny pin is a good fit in the block.

    Daryl Sapergia

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    International Sales

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