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    New toy - targets from first sitting to zero and dope

    Now exploring a Eddystone P14 with TZ sight (PH5B) at 100yds. Bright sunny day, 80degree with a persistent moderate wind blowing into my 7oclock. Zeroed with Kynoch '51 Mk7, second target S&B 180G.
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    Class 1 Entry - Boer Carbine

    OK, Bigduke6, prodded by you and Jmoore, here is my first entry for 2013 in Class 1. An original 1896 Boer Carbine (see Appendix in Ball, 5th Ed.) No.4114.

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    - Well, almost. The ring add-on to the backsight fell off, and turned out to have been superglued. Not a good idea, since the stuff is quite brittle. And most definitely not from 1896!

    Shoots like this:



    A beautiful little rifle, and a pleasure to shoot.

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    Class 5 - Swiss Peabody RIMFIRE !!!

    I do not think that many people shoot a full-bore rifle with rimfire cartridges.



    But it's worth it!

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    Is it possible to take part at the shooting? I have the time now and it would be nice to do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunner View Post
    Is it possible to take part at the shooting? I have the time now and it would be nice to do it.

    Please! Jump in! I've been obsessed with developing long range cast bullet handgun loads for a while now, and don't know when I'll do another entry here.

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    Ok, will start tomorrow!
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    Ok, here is my starter. Shot today with my Winchester M1917 in .30-06.

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    Had another brief chance to work with the P14 - this time using the std ladder sight. Using HPX Mk7. I found that at 100yds the POI is 9 inches high and 3 inches right - so I went Kentucky - then "pulled" one!

    Ill be back after some tweaking - no time this sitting. I have a +0.060" front blade installed - may try a 0.075" to push the muzzle down a touch on the ladder sight - this may afford me the desired couple more clicks depression on the PH5B also.
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