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Centerfire Discussions / Fairchance
« on: August 13, 2016, 01:59:44 PM »
Good shooting men!!!!!

Rifles / bat b for sale
« on: August 03, 2014, 07:29:56 PM »
Bat model B 6ppc L.V. C/W the following;
1 Krieger 13 1/2 twist 850 rounds
1 Krieger bbl 13 1/2 twist  550 rounds
1 Krieger bbl 13 1/2 twist 350 rounds
All bbls have won matches 1st bbl won Cdn. Super shoot and 350 round bbl won 3rd in this years Natonals.
Bruno Mcmillan edge stock
Jewell trigger
Davidson Bases
Hard case
Gunsmithing done by Lester Bruno (incuding all barrels)  $3500

Buyer will get first crack at all remaining bench rest equipment

Centerfire Discussions / neck turning
« on: February 08, 2014, 08:20:59 PM »
I hate it!!

Optics / 1 inch scope rings
« on: September 16, 2013, 05:59:50 PM »
Kelby single screw polished50.00
Jewell 4 screw with insert 60.00

Photo And Video Gallery / This will make the Wasp Whisperer jealous
« on: June 11, 2011, 01:10:11 PM »
Pauls latest.

Photo And Video Gallery / Paul Ross has a new bench gun
« on: March 05, 2011, 05:02:13 PM »
Not many of these around!

BRSC - Benchrest Shooters Canada / BRSC raffle scope
« on: July 06, 2010, 08:14:36 AM »
The RED 8.5-25 LR. should be hear next week. Retail value of 1599. Calvin can you get the raffle license?
We will be able to sit at the Korth booth at hunfest and sell tickets, but I will need volunteers at each one. The only one I am worried about is the Winnipeg one as it is only 2 weeks away and we will be pushed to be ready.
Saskatoon is on the July23 to 25th.
Edmonton is Aug. 5 to 6th and I will be at that one.
If we get the raffle tickets in time it will be advertised on wild tv that BRSC members will be in attendance.
If you can fine tiome to help please let me know.

BRSC - Benchrest Shooters Canada / BRSC Bylaw changes
« on: July 01, 2010, 09:48:44 PM »
As to item 7 there are a couple of bylaws that we should look at revising. These could be revised to reflect the type of exective postitions we have over the years evolved to. The should read part is just a suggestion and I would welcome input as to how we want to word it, or any other bylaws that you see that need to be addressed.

Article IV Section 1 Annual Meeting
(a) One annual Meeting of the members shall be held each year at a time and place to be determined by the board of directors.

Should read
(a) One annual meeting of the members shall be held every year on Saturday evening of the Nationals Match.
Article V , Section 1 The board of directors shall be composed of the President, Past President, Vice President, Recording Secretary, Treasurer, And Eastern Director, and a Western Director, elected by the membership.
Should read something to the effect of;
The board of directors shall be composed of the President, Vice President, Secretary-Treasurer
Records Chairman, Membership Chairman, and 1 director from each Province, elected by the membership.  This would of course require changes to read the same in Article VI Section 1 and Article IX sections 1 & Article X Section 1 ( which are just duty descriptions of the secretary and treasurer).
Any comments please email me or any of the executive.There are 2 bylaws that we probably need to look at as they

Optics / BR Scope
« on: July 01, 2010, 07:31:28 PM »
Leupold 24x boosted by Siebert to 33. Black gloss, Dot. Non locking AO. 500.00

Club Events / Thanks Bill
« on: May 30, 2010, 05:34:38 PM »
I think this is the most interesting super shoot yet and it is all thanks to the great job Bill Gammon has done on reporting back to us. Thanks you Bill for the excellent job!!!!!!

Centerfire Discussions / A new bat
« on: April 17, 2010, 08:46:16 AM »
Paul's new bench gun

Club Events / Rosebud Score Shoot
« on: April 16, 2010, 07:00:39 PM »
Rosebud will hold a score shoot on Saturday June 12. This will be the only non registered match of the year,so if someone wants to try it it will be open to all. For the guys with bench guns we will have a H.V. 100 & 200 yds. match.10.00 fee and trophies. For folks who want to try benchrest but don't have a gun we will offer a factory only class 100 yard match. This class will be free of charge and the only rule is the gun must be a factory gun. No weight limit and no scope power limit. No prizes as we want folks to learn and have fun. Coaching will be allowed so new shooters can take advantage of the knowledge from bench rest shooters. If time allows and the interest is there we will hold a 200 yard match as well.

Centerfire Discussions / NBRSA Nationals in Kansas City
« on: April 01, 2010, 09:12:11 PM »
I am in the process of arranging a training  session with Jack Neary for the Nationals. It will be on tuning and is free and sponsored by VitaVouri. How many would like to get involved in a group session?

Centerfire Discussions / The things we remember the most
« on: March 31, 2010, 08:39:13 PM »
I think this should get interesting. I will start it.
What I remember the most about matches are the crazy things that happen. They are usually also very funny sooner or later. Some examples;
The Provincials at Rosebud the year it snowed all weekend. I had an old camper so invited Bill Leeper to stay at the range. Turns out that the camper roof was a little weak and Bill woke up to wet clothes. It only leaked in one spot, unfortunately that was right over his clothes.
The year we had Rudy Macs running the line! Now for anyone who has not met Rudy you  need to!!! Rudy is an old cowboy who has seen a lot of things and loves to tell about them. He was so busy at the match telling a story he didn't realize that the line was ready to go. But everyone was enjoying the story so much it just didn't matter. Anyway he noticed finally that all the shooters were back so came over and asked me if he should start the relay going. Paul was on the next bench to me and looks down range to see a nasty blow coming straight at the line. I told Rudy now is as good a time as any. Paul looked at me like I was nuts. That is the fastest ready on the right I ever heard Rudy call and and the match proceeded in the middle of a blow you can only experience at Rosebud. I let 5 go as fast as I could pull the trigger and shot a real nice group. I knew the way Paul had looked at me that he had his scope on my target and was watching closely. About the time I jacked the last case out he let his fly, and got his fifth shot off about the time it quit! You guessed it it was a big 4 and one! Both of us laughed for the rest of the day.
Of course the Calvin and the wasp episode will be a hard one to beat, but I am sure one will come along.
I may be nuts as Paul thinks, but I think I enjoy the entertainment factor of the sport more than anything else!

Centerfire Discussions / XBR test
« on: March 28, 2010, 06:26:49 PM »
Shot a few groups this morning, but wind got so strong I couldn't keep anything on the bench and ran out of heavy objects to hold down the light ones so gave up. Got to 30.4 gr. and was doing 3180 FPS no pressure signs, but would need to work at getting much more in the case. Had a little vertical in the groups but got it out with seating depth. Not really any better than most other powders I have used, but is very clean! Will test more when the weather warms up more.

Centerfire Discussions / We have fallen behind
« on: March 07, 2010, 07:14:21 AM »
I see the Seib's made it to the Cactus. They are now a match ahead of us! Lots of teen aggs. in the L.V. 100 shot in the AM.There are 2 posts on Benchrest .com with some good pictures as well as the results from yesterday.

Centerfire Discussions / Powder
« on: February 11, 2010, 06:00:01 PM »
So what is everyone using this year? Anyone trying something new? I am running out of bullets and powder for the rail so will have to start testing and tuning when it warms up. I have enough rail components for one or two big matches. Have been using S322 and Bruno 68's. Will go with Barts and ? for powder. Got a jug of the new 8208, 13 pounds of H322 and down to 4 pounds of N133. Hope I can find something she likes before it is shot out!!!!!!!!

Centerfire Discussions / ATF form 6
« on: February 04, 2010, 05:58:53 PM »
Got my form 6 back today, approved, so Kansas City here I come!!!!

Photo And Video Gallery / It's not always about the shooting
« on: January 17, 2010, 09:36:43 AM »
Sometimes it's the scenery

Gig Harbor campground

Gig Harbor

Pikes Place
Sometimes it is about new freinds

Tacoma BBQ For anyone who has not been to Tacoma, I recomend you do it. Bring the wife and see Pikes Place market and Gig Harbor. And definately visit Russ Haydon when you are at Gig.
The campground at Gig is one of the best Sharon and I have ever stayed at. The labor day weekend is a good one as lots of fresh fruit at the stands and Pikes Place market ( a must see!)
Sometimes it is about old friends. Regina in 2009 was the most fun times I can remember, Awesome BBQ put on by Doug, Max and family!
Regina 2009

BRSC - Benchrest Shooters Canada / Rosebud schedule and provincial poster
« on: January 09, 2010, 10:33:32 AM »
Rosebuds schedule for 2010 is as follows. Please see Provincial details below and Nationals under that post. Rick I tried to put these dates on the calender but couldn't. Could you do that?

July 10 & 11 Light Varmint and Heavy Varmint 100 & 200 yds
First leg of provincial 4 Gun Championship

July 31 & August 1  L.V. H.V. BRSC Nationals

August 21 & 22 Sporter & Unlimited 100 & 200 Yds
Provincial 4 Gun Finals

Range will be closed to all other shooting.

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