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Messages - Dwayne Cyr

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Hugh Williamson Precision / Re: Real World Results With HWP Barrels
« on: October 16, 2018, 04:58:27 AM »
Curious about the twist and grooves? Cut or button?

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You guys can discuss it over all you can eat prime rib and walleye overlooking Lake of the Woods. I'll be the designated driver.

Dwayne

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Rimfire Discussions / Re: One piece rests
« on: June 29, 2015, 05:50:49 PM »
22forever

You were asking about a one piece rest. I remember reading a good article on 6mmber http://www.6mmbr.com/gunweek080.html

Guns of the week, Harvey's Hot Rod Anschutz BR50 week 80.

Good Luck

Dwayne

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There are no "official/formal" rimfire benchrest competitions in Canada that I'm aware of. We started shooting rimfire benchrest in Kenora in 2010 with only one class called .22 Benchrest Class. We settled on the RBA rule book and added some "club rules" to make it easier. After looking at available targets, we settled on the IBS target because it scored like our centerfire score targets and beginners could shoot a reasonable score. The intention was to get people out to shoot. In 2011 we added a semi auto class because the 1022 shooters wanted their own class separate from the bolt actions. By May of 2013 the quality of rifles had improved, the top 3 were a Cooper TRP3, Anschutz and Kimber. At that point we added the Unlimited Class for serious match rifles to separate the March scoped equipment from the Cooey Model 60's. The existing bolt action class became Sporter Class. We normally shoot 3 targets in a day for a total of 750 points. Usual turn out is around 15 shooters. Unlimited Class shooters mostly use Center X and most Sporter and Semi Auto Class shooters use SK Standard Plus. At some point I could see us changing to a more challenging target like the USBR. We order in pizza for lunch and its a nice relaxing day.

Dwayne     

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Rimfire Discussions / Re: BR50 info needed
« on: May 13, 2015, 06:08:33 PM »
Are you guys referring to all 50 yard rimfire benchrest as BR50 regardless of rule book or type of target?

 

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Rimfire Discussions / Re: BR50 info needed
« on: May 13, 2015, 05:04:35 PM »
CUSTOMBULLPUP and Bert, click on this link and tell us exactly what targets you shoot at.

http://rimfirebenchrest.com/misc/target.html

Thanks

Dwayne

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Centerfire Discussions / Re: getting started
« on: January 08, 2015, 02:38:49 PM »
Bill, I too would like to read your magazine article.

Thanks

Dwayne

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Centerfire Discussions / Re: fluted vs non-fluted bolt in a BAT SV or DS
« on: January 14, 2014, 04:21:36 PM »
Speedy has his opinion, but I don't know if it applies to an all stainless action.

http://www.6mmbr.com/gunweek041.html

Speedy's 6PPC -- The Art of Accuracy

Dwayne

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BRSC - Benchrest Shooters Canada / Re: ROSEBUD 2014 Schedule
« on: December 24, 2013, 06:56:10 AM »
Bill

The 2014 Kenora schedule is as follows:

April 27 100 meter score (Hunter, Varmint Hunter, Varmint for Score/Open)
May 25   50 yard Rimfire score (Unlimited, Sporter, Semi-Auto)
June 22  50 yard Rimfire score (Unlimited, Sporter, Semi-Auto)
July 27   50 yard Rimfire score (Unlimited, Sporter, Semi-Auto)
August 31 200 meter score (Hunter, Varmint Hunter, Varmint for Score/Open)

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Club Events / Re: Mission VFS December 2013
« on: December 14, 2013, 06:07:58 AM »
Good shooting guys.

I am curious about what equipment the Factory shooters were using. If you could provide that information, I would be grateful.

Thanks

Dwayne


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Welcome to the forum Rodney. Its always good to more accuracy minded people get into bench rest.


Dwayne

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Cal

You shot superbly and deserved to win.

Congratulations

Dwayne

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Rifles / Re: WTB Varmint for Score Rifle
« on: July 22, 2013, 02:35:40 PM »
Ray

PM sent.

Dwayne

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Rifles / Re: WTB Varmint for Score Rifle
« on: July 22, 2013, 02:12:48 PM »
I don't know about experts up here. There might be one if Calvin shows up. Our next centerfire score match is Sunday August 25th, 200 meters. Its usually windy for that one. You are located about 5 1/2 hours from Kenora and about 8 hours from Selkirk. You are welcome to come out and give it a try. After the match is over you can try pounding at 500 meters here.

Dwayne 

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Rifles / Re: WTB Varmint for Score Rifle
« on: July 22, 2013, 07:06:33 AM »
Sounds like two conflicting uses. In 100 and 200 yard Score the .30 BR has gained favor. Downside is recoil unless its a 13.5 lbs gun and scarcity of match bullets in .30 cal. I use a 10.5 pound Light Varmint Group gun and shoot both Score and Group. I can get past a 30 BR if I shoot straight. For shooting 500 or 600 meters an 8 twist 6 BR with 107 grain bullets would be the choice.

Dwayne

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I believe you can get them at the Shooting Federation of Canada but not at a good price. We got ours from National Target in the US.

Dwayne

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Centerfire Discussions / Re: Canadian Barrel Makers.....
« on: February 21, 2013, 06:07:45 AM »
Call me a dabbler, I have a life outside of Benchrest. I have only used Ted's barrels and they have been excellent. Its the convenience of dropping a money order in the mail and the barrel shows up in the mail. No import B.S.

Also, Canadian barrels are not mass produced. The barrel maker spends the time and effort to produce his best barrels and somebody like me puts a tuner on it. Some guys could have the best barrel in the world and not know it because they can't tune and they can't shoot.

D.C.

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BR Equipment + Components / Re: WTB .30 cal BR bullets
« on: January 02, 2013, 06:40:12 AM »
Greg

PM sent.

Dwayne

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Off Topic / Re: Trauma Kits for range
« on: November 15, 2012, 04:53:33 AM »
Cal

Over on the Archery forum they use the "Two Mules For Sister Sarah" technique, carve a notch for a pinch of FFFF black powder, light it on fire and pound it through. When you wake up, the Match is over.

Dwayne

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BobR

PM sent

Dwayne

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