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BR Equipment + Components / Right type ladder sight block
« on: July 17, 2021, 10:17:43 AM »
This is a copy of the Rightsight front block(no longer made) have had many requests for them so made a batch of them to meet the demand. 95.00 plus shipping and gst.

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BR Equipment + Components / TR barrel tuners.
« on: July 17, 2021, 10:12:20 AM »
Battle River machine has developed a barrel tuner that fits under the 30mm ladder front sight.  Very similar to the one the Australia team uses. 95.00 plus shipping and gst.

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BR Equipment + Components / sold 30 BR BAT barrel with brass
« on: July 14, 2021, 11:11:07 AM »
Have a Stevens chambered(I believe) 30 BR barrel HV 94 oz.  for a BAT action.  Looks like new through the bore scope.  50 Lapua brass fired 4 times.  email me at BRR@shaw.ca and I will send a video of the bore. 200.00 obo plus shipping

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NIB, extra sun shade. Never taken out of the bag. 1575.00 all in including shipping email brr@shaw.ca

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Nicely done Joe!
see you next year.

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BR Equipment + Components / WTB Farley rest
« on: August 03, 2019, 09:00:28 AM »
Hi
 Looking for a Farley rest.
Brent

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NIB, extra sun shade. Never taken out of the bag. 1575.00 all in including shipping email brr@shaw.ca

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Hey guys and gals.  Let’s use this space for quality conversation and advancement of F-class shooting.

F class is born out of TR,  but have to say it is rapidly diverging from it roots. 

Equipment is more and more tending towards BR technology’s and I am one that sees the benefits of this.

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Just one thing to note.  You may get a good rifle for under a 1000.00.  But save some money for your setup.   Remember the rifle is only as good as the rest, reloading gear, cleaning, flags.......etc

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Centerfire Discussions / Re: New action
« on: January 28, 2010, 09:27:34 PM »
Thanks

I get the supply the bolt thing.  roger on that.  bolt lift a great thing to consider,  It would probably a 2-3 lug design.  Use an existing stock inletting.  Integral bases.

Great input.

Brent

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Centerfire Discussions / New action
« on: January 27, 2010, 07:34:11 PM »
Hey guy's

I have finally on the home stretch of finally getting my new CNC milling machine up and running.  I maybe making scope rings again.  But what I'm excited about is getting a new action out there, yes one made in Western Canada.  It will be a single shot, made out of 7075AL.  With a Titanium insert for the barrel and lug area, like a Panda.  I will have a hanger type trigger slot for a Jewell. 

The question, I was thinking of one or the other:

Not supply the bolt,  Just getting the one you want from PTG, the bolt face, extractor, coned, fluted etc......

Or have a bolt like the Barnard Action, and not have to have lug ways in the action, Thus making it cheaper, but adding the cost of the bolt.

Your thoughts please.
Brent

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