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Reply #45 - Mar 19th, 2017 at 8:13pm
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No I don't having anything to say Jeff or to apologize for I have always freely spoken my mind and often times to my own demise. But I won't take credit for nor will I apologize for what others have quoted me as saying I find it to be a little under handed but I also know who and where it is coming from. I would be more interested in how they went about doing it but I think I am starting to get a grip on how they went about it and I think most here already know their reasoning behind it all at least I hope they would.

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Reply #46 - Mar 19th, 2017 at 9:59pm
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jseines, I know this has "drifted", as we say hereabouts. But,in your first post you stated that you're building a rifle, with the barrel's maker already in mind. Have you discussed the choice of length and weight with him? Seems somewhat logical that he'd know more about how to choose one of his own tubes than me, or the next guy, would. Just a thought in hope you end up with a rifle that'll tickle the hell out of you.
  
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Reply #47 - Mar 19th, 2017 at 10:21pm
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John rumor has it you shot good this weekend at the Arizona ISSA Regional and I hope you were able to get  past your friend Don Hanks!

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Reply #48 - Mar 20th, 2017 at 9:00pm
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John, when Don Hanks is on the roster all shooters plan to compete for 2nd and 3rd...Don is disciplined on the bench and has the ability to read the condition to make that record shot...his youthful approach to match shooting is refreshing, his assistance made the Phoenix ISSA Regional a great success...Ben Avery is one of the most difficult ranges to compete, the condition is one that changes continuously...again Don took the medals, he's the master off the bench...
  
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