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Canada Post Flat Rate shipping box is 25.00 to anywhere in Canada,
I am in KW area ...where are you? Maybe you can pick it up?
Can contact me on email

Neil Jones Powder Measure ...SOLD

BR Equipment + Components / Re: BRASS SALE
« on: August 03, 2022, 05:07:38 PM »
Norma 6PPC brass ...SOLD

K&M neck turning tools ...SOLD

#3 C Press is SOLD ..thank you

BR Equipment + Components / Re: BRASS SALE
« on: August 02, 2022, 02:30:48 PM »
Lapua 220 Russian brass SOLD

starting to list BR equipment from the estate;
Pricing plus postage...
Will be adding

1.Neil Jones Precision Micro Powder Measure (Black) ,1 drop tube,1 powder bottle ....                                     SOLD

2.Appears to be another Neil Jones Micro Powder measure (orange) 1 drop tube,1 powder bottle.....                   SOLD
  This has the same appearance and has the same mechanics as the first.

3.Threaded custom machined PPC portable C press.Made by Clayton Martin (older BR shooters know this fellow).  $SOLD
 This is an extremely precision made C press made for PPC but I imagine would work for all small cases

4.K&M 6mm (PPC)neck turning set. 2 cutter tools , with jack and 2 expanding Tools andImp Wax.                         $ .SOLD
   1 cutter with stainless pilot,1 cutter with carbide inside donut cutter ,Case holder& driver

5.Sinclair 6mm neck turning tool set (unused)                                                                                                   $SOLD

I accept EMT and can be reached at
Pictures are available if requested.
Will be adding more as I get through the lots


BR Equipment + Components / BRASS SALE
« on: August 02, 2022, 10:10:52 AM »
Cleaning out Jim's Estate.Will have lots of BR and target rifles, scopes, reloading equipment and components to list shortly.
For now am starting with NEW brass.pricing does not include shipping.

Norma 6PPC                         48 cases in MTM box .                  ......SOLD
Lapua Gold Box 220Russian (3 1/2 boxes)  350 cases ....................SOLD
Lapua Blue Box  222rem  (2 lots)          400 cases .........................444.00
RWS 8x68S samelot  in fact boxes         200 cases.........................SOLD
SAKO 22PPC                                          55 cases.........................110.00
EMT accepted
Can contact me here or email


June 1,2022 our friend and shooting buddy passed after a short illness.
He will be missed.

Gord Ogg

« on: April 25, 2022, 01:53:23 PM »

TCRC May 7, 2022 Rifle Shoot
Twin City Rifle Club

1858 40 Line, New Hamburg, ON N3A 4B1, Canada
A reminder of the May 7, 2022 Rifle 100,200YRD SCORE Shoot.

Classes are:
Bench Rest
NO Muzzle Breaks Allowed

Contact Rifle Chair - Joe Kroetsch (519-747-3068) For Details

Off Topic / Re: Twin City Rifle Range contact (and a question)
« on: April 03, 2016, 10:21:32 AM »
TCRC facilities include 100 to 300 yard rifle range with covered 12 concrete bench positions,
a covered smallbore /handgun 25 and 50 meter range, a smallbore silhouette range, Trap ,Skeet and
Sporting clays ranges.
Yes there is a bit of a wait to join as membership numbers are limited and annual induction is generally
in March
Membership Chairperson is now Matt Oliver (
Suggest contacting him for more info or coming out to one of the matches to check the place out.
Attached is schedule of some of the events...

Twin City Rifle Club is located between Kitchener and Stratford in Ontario.
As it stands the following is the match schedule for this season as I received from the Match Director.
If you're in the area and want to try any of these out,contact Paul (see email)

From:    B P Weiler ( This sender is in your contact list.
Sent:    Tue 1/26/16 4:03 PM


Prone Precision May 28

Benchrest July 2

Benchrest August 6

Egg Shoot September 10

There are more matches for shotgun and smallbore but don't have them handy at moment..

ORSA - Ontario Rifle Shooters Association / Re: S.O.R.S.A. Update
« on: March 25, 2012, 03:54:58 PM »
Hi Brian,
Just thought if anyone who is NOT currently on the contact mailing list for these matches or would be newcomers,
should you post a contact email address for SORSA for them to be able to get further info??
Am hoping we can attract some "new blood" and thinking some newer interested shooters might even be reading these

Centerfire Discussions / Re: Anyone own a SEB Rest?
« on: May 06, 2010, 06:03:55 PM »
I've been using one of Jamie's first edition Farley rests both in BR and in F Class. Once I had replaced the tensioning screws with the "improved " versions , it removed the dreaded lash .I find it extremely fast,reliable and enjoy it much better than the old speed screw/windage top.
Since owning this ,I did get some time on an (now) old model SEB as I recommended it to a shooter here.It has a small advantage over the Farley IMO. However, I like the coaxil. Why do you think they call it a "joy" stick?
For me I find ,I can be a heck of a lot more consistent  by NOT having to squeeze the bag.
Yep ,they are pricey...but if you have one and no longer want it, it'd take about 2 minutes to find a buyer.

Centerfire Discussions / An alternative to FF 220 Russian to 6PPC
« on: May 06, 2010, 05:44:42 PM »
OK.I've chatted with a couple of local PPC shooters about this we may give it a go to trial it.
R.Whittley had developed what he calls the 6 AR to be used in an AR platform
Basically take a 6.5 Grendal case (PPC boltface and Lapua quality brass) and neck to 6MM in 1 pass in the dies and go.
I was thinking that even with a tight neck and a light neck skim ,this sounds VERY interesting and easy.
The resulting case has a wee bit more volume but what the heck,   a simple PPC improved?
Anyone tried this yet? Reamer drawings available and dies available....

BR Equipment + Components / Re: benchrest primers
« on: May 06, 2010, 05:31:56 PM »
couple of seasons back I had some issues blanking primers (FGM) due to a firing pin hole that needed bushing.It was spoiling my day (first 2 relays 5 pierced primers!).6PPC TN 68 g Eubers VV 133
One of the more experienced fellows gave me some WSR primers (harder cup) and told me they would work with VV133 just as well.
Didn't believe him till I used them next relay and -1.No more pieced primers and- 2. absolutely NO Change in accuracy or even point of impact.
I found it hard to believe but for the rest of the summer I ran WSR primers at almost half the cost of FGM's.
I know certain powder/case combinations require CCI or FGM for best performance ...but vv133 and wsr's worked!!!
Give it a try if you're up to some experimenting.

Centerfire Discussions / Re: Robertson Stocks
« on: February 19, 2010, 06:50:35 PM »
Ian makes some of the BEST looking and functioning stocks in NA (personal opinion).I use his BR model in plain black, but a real thing of beauty.
The lines are perfect, the gelcoat finish superior and priced extremely competitive.
However ,I'll note that Ian has posted a "not accepting any new orders " on his website as of DEC 09 in  order to get caught up on work.
My next BR build will again be in one of his stocks.
Gord O

Centerfire Discussions / Re: Participation
« on: February 19, 2010, 06:42:57 PM »
Just joined the forum tonight. Thanks Rick for all your work in getting this up and going.
The posting on "Participation" is timely and speaks to the reality of a future in the shooting sports in general.
I started into BR shooting after visiting a match in SW Ontario as a guest of a current BR shooter.I had no idea how addicting the
search for that .000 could be or how much I was to learn from the "gang".
I came from a background of hunting and my trips into Varminting lead to my increased search for precision.I had seen the BR display table at the local gun shows,interesting ,but never hit home til I was "invited" to attend. I had got involved(again by "invite') in Precision Rifle SR Matches and finally after my "visit" to a BR match ,I was hooked.
Same thing happened with the ORA &  DCRA in their Precision Rifle Matches and F Class Matches. I was aware of them but it wasn't until I was "invited" to attend a match by a fellow shooter, that I participated and again got hooked.

The one thing ALL the shooting sports in Canada needs is a continuing growth of new participants to ensure a future of shooting competitions in Canada.

In all the discussions held at meetings I have attended in BR, TR, FClass, PR, the same sense of urgency for new and continued growth is prevalent.
Since I don't know the answers, I simply have made the commitment to introduce ("invite" and drag) at least 1 new shooter out to every event I participate in. Not always successful, I can say that I have been able to account for some new members coming into each and every sport I shoot.
On the larger scale, I've heard some great ideas. I hope they work.
On the smaller individual scale, I suggest that maybe we each take on the role and individually "mentor in" a new shooter and keep trying cause some of them will get bitten just like I did.

Glad to join in with you all.
Gord O.

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