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Good Day folks great site here!
Dave Jenkins signing in I like to tinker with BR cases and wildcats out of the TC-Encore platform:
Currently working with this 26" 10 twist 6BR and have a 20BR in the works for spring.
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Michael from Auckland New Zealand. While I currently don't own a 6mm BR (but things will be changing soon), I have a very nice custom built 6mm/284 on a trued Remington 700 action.
What I am doing is applying the same reloading techniques that you guys are using with your 6mm BR's to my 6mm/284.
I simply love this site, and it is full of lots of helpful tips as well as friendly people to boot.
Many thanks & tight groups,
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My wife's "F" class rifle.
Bat action, 6mmBR imp.
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New to the forum. Started using a 6mm Remington for varmints 30 years ago in 1974... When did that get to be 30 years ago???
Currently playing the highpower game with a .308 Win Model 70, but eager to try the 6mm/107 concept for long-range prone events. Maybe the 6mmXC? Not sure yet.
The 6mm BR really caught my eye a couple of years ago when I scored & pulled for a young lady shooting one at a 600 yard prone match. With iron sights she zinged the spotter time after time... That really woke me up to the potential of the round...
Meanwhile I've got a couple of .308 barrels to go through before I order up a 6mm barrel for my match rifle.
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Hi, everyone. New here. I have a 6BR, 22BR, 6x284 and a 6PPC.
I love to go after PDs and bench rest competition.
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I was put onto your site by JB1000BR. I developed a wildcat 22BR similar to the Dasher but with a 45 degree shoulder and a slightly longer neck. Why? Good Question. At the time the 22 Dasher didn't exist. From what I know of the ballistics they are identical, as is the accuracy. I am planning a switch barrel with a 6.5BR. I also have a 308 for it being fitted as we speak (or read). I am just getting back into competitive shooting. I shot with the military, but the "real world" took its toll on my shooting time (and budget). It's a pleasure to be aboard such a quality web board.
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I'm a young quy from Finland. This time i have 6BR rem with 13" HSPrecision stainless steel varmint barrel. Use to shot Sierras. They work well for me, expesially 75gr Varminters...