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here it is from somebody who really knows what he is doing ( no kidding this guy shoots more than anybody, goes by the name of nobody-- (lives in alaska - hunts the ideal)
 
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He forgot to back over it with his pick-up !   shoot 5, back over it twice, shoot 10, back over it four times, then toss it from a ledge once after the next 20 shots, ..and then lube the bolt. ! what’s he thinkin?Loco

 

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He needed to pee on the Gun to take away the new Gun smell also, big mistake!
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more proof that people in alaska are very bored
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Where can I get one of these Cow barrels he is talking about.
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Darn, guess I've been doing it wrong all of these years. Oh well, I don't live in Alaska so I guess I'll be o.k.
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Can't wait to show the boys at the camp!
 
"See I have been doing it right all these years"
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Yeah me too, I just use the truck method.
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nobody doesn't like bull barrels, uses cow barrels, --- did you catch the comment on throughing it down one more time because the barrel harmonics where just about right.
 
this guy has a least 30 remys with pacnor barrels, mcmillian stocks, and leo scopes that I know about.
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Nobody is a trip. He still banned over at SH, Dale?

RMS vs. Nobody "free for alls" were classic!! 
Sheeeesh... Talk about getting your ass handed to ya!
I almost felt sorry for 'ol Lar. Chainsaw 
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are you serious ct?? you feeling ok??
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Originally posted by pyro6999 pyro6999 wrote:

are you serious ct?? you feeling ok??
 
I said...."almost".........Wink
 
Great vid, Dale. Excellent 
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oh ok ct, had me a little worried thought i may have to Nut%20Kicker
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"if you got a good ear you can tell when the barrel harmonics are right"  I think he's saying we should pay more attention to the shooting part and less to the guns part.

did you notice how bad the wind was blowing at the 500-600 yd, and hardly at the shooting point also it was raining.

his next vid will be one doing 1k off hand no sling.
he also specifically states that the Kimber montana is one of the best factory rifles he has ever had.
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is that video a joke or is this guy onto something or what??
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Originally posted by pyro6999 pyro6999 wrote:

is that video a joke or is this guy onto something or what??
 
Yes, of course the video was a joke.  What he's trying to say is that in his opinion, an elaborate barrel break-in procedure is a bunch of unnecessary b.s.  I think he's also showing that he views a rifle as a tool and doesn't so much care what it looks like and a synthetic rifle is meant to be used hard, and so he just goes ahead and puts scratches on it on purpose. 
 
Some good shooting there!  I'm a big fan of the 7 Whizzum as well.
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i cant believe anybody would intentionally do that to there rifle, i mean i can see him using his guns as tools, but blatent abuse is another thing.
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Originally posted by pyro6999 pyro6999 wrote:

i cant believe anybody would intentionally do that to there rifle, i mean i can see him using his guns as tools, but blatent abuse is another thing.
 
I certainly don't treat my rifles that way.  From what little I know of this guy, he dances to a different beat anyway.  Still, pretty funny.
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after shooting as many kodiak,elk,deer,caribou,otters,wolfs, foxs, (did I forget anything) he can do anything he wants.
you should read the post were he gets into it with the fisherman and reels and rods, and about how steelhead can go for your eyes. this guy has quite a following
if hes got something to say--I'm all ears.
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 I kind of understand where he's coming from, but I've always held the position that a rifle is NOT a mere tool, but rather an instrument, and really should be treated as such whenever possible.  There is a difference.
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I have $1000,s worth of tools and i don't abuse my tools, an old saying comes to mind......
"look after you're tools and you're tools will look after you" not everyones in the same mind set.
This guy has a  sense of humour thats for sure, it made me smile.
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Originally posted by RONK RONK wrote:

 I kind of understand where he's coming from, but I've always held the position that a rifle is NOT a mere tool, but rather an instrument, and really should be treated as such whenever possible.  There is a difference.
  ok i guess i can agree with that terminology, and i also agree with its treatment.
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