The bottom screw is the creep set. It’s utilizes a 5/64th Allen key and the lock nut is turned by a 1/4″ wrench. Tightening the screw decreases the creep. I made quarter turn adjustments until I got the creep where I liked it. Then I dripped a drop of tread lock liquid on the ends and now it’ll set over nig…[Read more]
I installed a Timney Featherweight in the last millennium. Fast forward 20 years, I noticed that the there’s a lot of creep. So I took the gun apart and saw two set screws. Hmm. I believe the top set screw is the for the sear, which is set where I like it. The other must be for the creep.
To verify I went onto Timney’s webesite. Perhaps I’d…[Read more]
I saw a single cavity Lyman 457 RB mold at a local gun shop in their used pile. It was in the original box. I thought to myself, “I’ll never find one of those again for $20.” I drove off and turned around.
The mold appears to be in pretty good shape. As soon as I get some free time, I’ll cast up a few.
For pistol, I find 40S&W on the ground the most, then 9mm followed by 45ACP. In rifle calibers, it’s 223/5.56NATO by far. Bernand primed 7.62×39 is next. The steel stuff is all over the place. Lots of 223 in steal as well. I do find brass 308 or 30’06 occasionally. There used to be a lot more brass on the ground ten years ago, than now. …[Read more]
I found a 3-9x 32mm Bushnell Sportsview at a local gun shop in their use case for $20, so I bought it. The glass is clear. The windage turret is a missing graduations, but I don’t think that is important as long as it holds zero.
I’ve already mounted and bore sited it on my deer rifle. Just waiting for the next available day to test it…[Read more]