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    Case prep centers

    If I was doing it again I’d get a motor and set it up to take case prep accessories. I like the higher RPM’s for cutting crimped primer pockets.
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    Talk me out of getting a Forster Co-Ax, please!

    You just convinced me to order one on opticsplanet
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    best beginner setup for reloading .223?

    My buddy uses his Forster for bags of range pickups, a Lee universal decapper with a squirrel daddy hardened pin. It’ll even punch through berdan primed brass with ease.
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    best beginner setup for reloading .223?

    I found that a Forster does a good job using a universal decapper. I use a super swage at the moment, but I think I’ll be moving to cutting the primer pocket crimps. I’ve been getting different primer seating feel, even with same headstamp LC.
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    22LR recoil enhancer

    Floating chamber designs have been used to increase recoil. I believe the colt ace and Remington speed master use the design.
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    My thoughts on loading equipment

    I found mine to be really finicky, the ball bearing poise and little sliders weren’t my favorite to work with and it seemed to take more time to settle. I got a ohaus made Dillon scale and found it to be much easier to use.
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    Market for high priced glass????

    While a $3k scope isn’t a small purchase by any means, I don’t think you need to be insanely wealthy to buy one. These scopes are usually backed by good manufacturers that will support the end user, that way you’re not out to dry when your expensive scope dies on you. Plenty of hobbies have high...
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    best beginner setup for reloading .223?

    If I was starting over I’d get the following A nice single stage press (Forster, Redding, MEC) A quality beam scale (Ohaus made) A Powder Trickler (Frankford Arsenal makes a nice one, I like my Redding too) A Powder Measure (Most do a good job, for precision rifle reloading you’ll mostly be...
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    best beginner setup for reloading .223?

    I started with a Lee Kit and ended up replacing everything. I reload all my .223 on a Dillon 550 progressive press now, it makes good, accurate ammo. One toolhead is dedicated to brass prep and sizing, while another one drops power and seats the bullet. It wouldn’t be a bad idea to start off...
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    Nucleus Orders

    It looks like the clamping mechanism is notched out so it can be held from rotating by an overhanging rail. That’s why I’m confused as to why it doesn’t work that way
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    Nucleus Orders

    Yes! That’s what I was referring to, the V2 version. Thanks!
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    Nucleus Orders

    I know the recoil lug in held captive by the rail, I’m referring to the clamping mechanism being indexed by an onverhanging rail bit. That way you don’t end up using an Allen wrench to lever it into position to line up correctly.
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    Nucleus Orders

    I’m aware, I thought I saw somewhere that the barloc would also be indexed with the rail though. I’m trying to find the source, he sort of hints at it on the barloc Facebook video, he points out something on top of the barloc while mentioning that the demo action doesn’t have a rail on it, then...
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    Nucleus Orders

    Did I see somewhere Ted mentioning that he was going to do an extended rail that limiting the rotation of the barloc when tightening it? It looks like the barloc is shaped for it, there just needs to be some protuberance that would prevent it from rotating.
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    Nucleus Orders

    I’m curious how my 223 is going to work out. 223 is the definitely the black sheep of AICS pattern magazines.
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    Nucleus Orders

    I would also be curious to see how it feeds from ARC mags, I know the feed lips are shorter than the competitors.
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    Nucleus Orders

    So are rounds sliding up into the bolt face under the extractor out of the mag? It seems that different mags whose feed lips are different lengths can change where the round pops up.
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    Why build Cistom rifle?

    A custom rifle is a good alternative to the high-end factory rifles if you prefer a different style stock or chassis system. Also many manufacturers are making actions with consistent enough dimensions that you can buy a barrel without the gunsmith having the action in hand, or you can go the...
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    Nucleus Orders

    .223 bolt faces?
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    Nucleus Orders

    I’m excited to see some unboxing vids of these actions that are going out, can’t wait to see how guys like them.
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