About CBH Australia

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Age
49
About CBH Australia
Location:
Broken Hill
Interests:
Hunting/Shooting/ tinkering with rifles

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92
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Today 12:32 AM
Join Date
04-10-2021
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  1. CBH Australia
    CBH Australia liked post by time out On thread : 7.08, 243 or similar
    My suggestion also, charliehorse – but he has a farmer friend with a forestry block that has a deer problem, so he is keen to take up deer shooting He will pay market price for a nice setup nor-west...
    Liked On: Yesterday, 11:23 AM
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    CBH Australia liked post by Jhon On thread : Selling game to a chiller?
    Aren't cultural differences interesting? Didn't know what Balut was so hit Mr Google. Near lost my breakfast! Guess if I actually tried it I might get over my initial revulsion and get to like it -...
    Liked On: Yesterday, 11:14 AM
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    CBH Australia liked post by caberslash On thread : Selling game to a chiller?
    As usual I find myself living in the wrong decade :oh noes:
    Liked On: Yesterday, 11:12 AM
  4. CBH Australia
    CBH Australia liked post by Micky Duck On thread : Choosing calibre based on ammunition availablitiy
    yip the .308 is a doddle to use and doddle to load for,suppressed it is a pussycat to shoot....cheap can be done VERY easily by reloading using cast and trailboss.... I shoot deer with .270 mainly...
    Liked On: 20-01-2022, 10:04 AM
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    CBH Australia liked post by longshot On thread : Choosing calibre based on ammunition availablitiy
    I can walk you through the reloading process, pretty busy over the next 5-6 weeks but should be able to arrange something for early March
    Liked On: 20-01-2022, 10:02 AM
  6. CBH Australia
    CBH Australia liked post by Sid On thread : Bushpig or similar
    This guy has a nice model 7 all ready to go in 7mm08 for $1650: https://www.nzhuntingandshooting.co.nz/f13/remington-model-7-stainless-7mm08-79077/
    Liked On: 19-01-2022, 07:05 PM
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    CBH Australia liked post by Bill999 On thread : Choosing calibre based on ammunition availablitiy
    dont be too worried about lead in your meat, the bruising is far greater spreading than the lead when you shoot something it will be all blood fucked for 4+ inches around the bullet hole so you will...
    Liked On: 19-01-2022, 03:58 PM
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    CBH Australia liked post by scotty On thread : Choosing calibre based on ammunition availablitiy
    never a wiser word uttered..... (and i dont own one ....but if i could only have one it would be 308)
    Liked On: 19-01-2022, 03:58 PM
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    CBH Australia liked post by mikee On thread : Choosing calibre based on ammunition availablitiy
    If you intend to shoot a little......buy a 308 If you intend to shoot a lot .........buy a 308 If you intend to reload ..................buy a 308 Its not trendy or new but it plain works. Took...
    Liked On: 19-01-2022, 03:57 PM
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    CBH Australia liked post by 223nut On thread : Choosing calibre based on ammunition availablitiy
    This... Deer won't know the difference, if / when you get bored with the 308 then try reloading. 308 has plenty of choices for projectiles, can use a couple of powders as well. Factory 308 is on the...
    Liked On: 19-01-2022, 03:57 PM
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    CBH Australia liked post by Nickoli On thread : Choosing calibre based on ammunition availablitiy
    ....you're over thinking things. Get a 308, get some factory ammo, and go hunting. Reloading is a rabbit hole to go down later on....
    Liked On: 19-01-2022, 03:57 PM
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    CBH Australia liked post by Fatberg On thread : Choosing calibre based on ammunition availablitiy
    One positive of the .308 is the (relatively speaking) cheap surplus ammo if you want to send a lot of lead down range for fun. For me this is reason enough alone to have a .308. If you only fire...
    Liked On: 19-01-2022, 03:56 PM
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    CBH Australia liked post by iambatman On thread : Choosing calibre based on ammunition availablitiy
    Morena. Sorry if this is in the wrong section. I'm 6 months into what is now slated to be at least a 12 month process of getting a firearms license. This huge wait time has sucked me into a...
    Liked On: 19-01-2022, 03:56 PM
  14. CBH Australia
    CBH Australia liked post by Beetroot On thread : Full Length or Neck sizing. What is better and why?
    FL Bushing dies are definitely the way to go. Remove the expander ball and choose a bushing that gives you the exact neck tension you want, along with a slight shoulder bump means brass that is...
    Liked On: 19-01-2022, 02:12 PM
  15. CBH Australia
    CBH Australia liked post by Tentman On thread : Full Length or Neck sizing. What is better and why?
    If it hunting ammo F/L each time. I used to neck size only, and every round was checked through the chamber. Well eventually I came unstuck when a round chambered, the power of the bolt camming...
    Liked On: 19-01-2022, 02:12 PM

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