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I have a piece of steel tubing. 8” OD x 6 ¼” ID x 5’. If you can use a piece of this for a project drop me a PM.
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When you are 69 do you still suffer from CRS? This steel has already been promised to Bruce and he shall have it!!

Sorry Bruce, busy summer and fall. Just plain forgot.

Will schedule this for the spring cycle load. I will bring N0.24 if I remember, and add you to the wall of fame.

Truck is already loaded to the gills for the Thanksgiving run south on Monday.

The New years Run goes through AZ first, i think, right now.
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And here I was all set to slide a heavy duty reinforce on our largest rifle yet, something I have been dreaming about for years. Darn! Oh well, this news will probably save our backs, as just a one foot long piece of that tube you have weighs 116 Lbs. 12 oz. ! Bruce must have a heavy piece of ordnance in mind.

Here is the weight calculator we always use for you guys who don't have one saved: http://www.calculatoredge.com/matwei...erial%20wt.htm

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The calculator above doesn't seem to work anymore. I found one that's great for lead.

lead weight calculator

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Calculatoredge works fine for me.

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Calculatoredge works fine for me.
I just double checked it. Seems fine to me.


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I'll Take It !

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The other Bruce...he got it.
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