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Have you quit BR shooting

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by TALLEND, Sep 7, 2009.

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  1. TALLEND

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    I ,because of some physical problems have relegated my trapshooting to--a few rounds pr year------------

    I have ,with help from friends,started BR shooting-------I have found as with any hobby,"HOW MUCH DO YOU WANT TO SPEND"?---------well,I'm retired(70yo)bad back ,bad knees---all the things that come with age(quad by-pass,etc)----

    I am looking for items related to BR shooting----that I may be able to use,that are reasonably priced

    60/70---90/110 gr .243/6mm bullets----.243 brass,6PPC brass----I'm shooting a T/C .243 ,and A donated custom 6PPC

    Antyhing you think that I may need,or use ------send me an E-mail with description,and price.....

    Thanks,Tom---------tallend12@aol.com
     
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    I have several hundred 60gr 6mm bullets if intrested. Thanks Ronnie
     
  3. cottondoctor

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    Tom - unless you have already bought or built a bench rest gun - you may want to take a look at BR-50 using a 22 long rifle - no recoil on the by-pass stuff, no reloading (just sorting and testing factory ammo) Like anything else you can spent as much as you want on a rifle - but a good 22 long rifle target barrel will last a long life time - the low recoil will not shoot the bedding loose - etc etc. If people shoot BR-50 around close to you, you may want to take a look.
     
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    I shot BR for years and have all kinds of presses, dies, bullets, brass, and stuff. E-mail me with a wish list and I probably have it. I even have a few spare actions and barrels.
     
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    BR-50 is not shot now. There have been several different organizations that have formed that shoot rimfire. The closest thing to BR-50 is ARA. But there is also IR 50/50, RBA, USBR, a new professional league, and a couple of international groups. The linked url is the place to go to get information about both the rimfire and the centerfire disciplines.

    Mike
     
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    I did not know BR-50 was out. I still have some of the targets - it was a tuff game. Been a long time since I shot rifle much.
     
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    I'd be interested in what you have for actions. By all means give tallend first crack at what he may want .
     
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    PLEASE-send the information to me,at ,tallend12@aol.com-----------

    with some idea of what you want for the items..

    Thanks,Tom---East Central Indiana
     
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