H&r Rifles and Shot Guns Vs Rossi Rifles and Shot Guns?

I have the rossi in a .223/20 gauge combo. I wish now I had saved my money and purchased the H&R. I purchased the Rossi as a 'pickup' gun. Something to throw in the truck and use as needed. My best groups with the .223 Rossi at 100 yards are in the 4"-5" range. When using the cheapest ammo from Academy ($4-$5/20 rounds) it was closer to 18"-20". I noticed the fore stock was binding on the barrel, shortened it a bit (Rasped about an 1/8 inch off the butt) and the grouping dropped to 6-10 inches. Switched to some Remington 50 grain bullets (Wal-marts about $8/20 rounds) and it's in the 4-5 inch area. The trigger is a bit mushy. I plan on tinkering with the forestock a bit more (maybe float the barrel) to see if that helps. But I have not been all that happy with the Rossi. I have witnessed a gentleman pull an H&R handi-rifle out of the box and shoot a 2-3 inch group with iron sights (it was a .30-30) so that knowledge frustrates me a bit. The Rossi is not bad for the price (mine was $240, including a 3-9x scope with rings and base) but it is not going to be all that impressive, either. I should note, I busted 18 out of 25 clays when shooting it as a 20 gauge shotgun when going a round of skeet so the gun handles well and is not a total loss.

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2. A Study on the Failure of Steel Chains in Rotary Cement Kilns

Chains Deformation and the Reduction in Thickness Table 2 shows the change in ring dimensions after 30 days of serving inside Kufa rotary cement kiln. The top ring of 1.4742 grade at the first row (sample 1) has shown the maximum reduction in thickness (2 mm), while the bottom ring was not affected. The reduction in thickness of the top ring can be related to corrosion abrasion of the ring surface which resulted from the thermo-chemical-mechanical effects. The abrasion between the surfaces of the top ring and the second ring in a corrosive environment during the kiln rotation can be the main reason of top ring thickness reduction. This was also clear in the top ring of St37 steel grade (sample 7) where the ring lost 1-6 mm from its original thickness. Top rings of sample 5 and sample 9 have experienced a reduction in thickness of 1 mm for the same mentioned thermo-chemical-mechanical effects. It is worth to highlight that rings with a distance closer to kiln fire (sample 1 and sample 7) have experienced more reduction in thickness compared to other rings. The original diameter of 1.4742 grade samples does not affect by creep after serving for 30 days as this grade includes high percentage of Cr, Ni, and other elements (see Table 1) which enabled the microstructure to resist the creep phenomenon. The differs in atoms size of the alloying elements exist in steel alloy can interrupts the arrangement order of the iron atoms in the lattice space and thus the creep by sliding mechanism will be difficult to occur . Rings of St37 grade including samples 5, 6, 9, and 10 have shown a change in original diameter equal to 1 mm which resulted from creep behavior as less alloying elements exist in this steel grade (see Table 1). Creep will not be detailed in this work as it focuses mainly on elemental segregation; however, more details about creep can be found in Zauter et al. . Table 3 shows the change in ring dimensions after 180 days of continuous working inside Kufa rotary cement kiln. Top rings have been recorded the maximum reduction in thickness; it also showed a significant deformation (oval shape) especially in the first rows (sample 11 and sample 13) as shown in Fig. 8 and Table 3. The oval shape of the top rings can be attributed to the uniform continuous reduction in thickness and also to the creep behavior under the effect of loading and heating. Creep behavior needs more investigation, and the current study concentrates on the Cr segregation as a main cause of chains failure. The reduction in chains thickness as shown in Table 3 was independent on the rings distance from fire which can be attributed to the long continuous working. Example of that is samples 13 and 17 which showed higher reduction in thickness compared to samples 11 and 19, despite the fact that the distance from fire was longer in the case of samples 13 and 17. This also can be noticed in sample 21 which showed the same reduction in thickness of sample 11 despite the high difference of the distance from fire. Microstructure and Hardness Examination of Unused and Used Chains of 1.4742 Steel Grade The microstructure of the unused 1.4742 steel grade as shown in Fig. 9 includes fine grains of ferrite with average grains size of 10 m. The alloying elements under concern including Cr and Al are shown in the SEM-EDS in Figs. 10 and 11, respectively. Aluminum was found in a form of AlN which can control the ferrite grain size and thus increases the microstructure hardness . Figure 12a and b shows the optical and SEM images of the chain microstructure after 30 days of continuous work inside the cement kiln. The microstructure has shown a grain growth with average grain size of 45 m; this grain growth represents 4 times of the grain sizes of the unused chain. It is also shown that a segregation of chromium within the ferrite grains but more at the ferrite grain boundaries as shown in Fig. 12b has occurred. Figure 13 shows the higher grain growth of 1.4742 grade microstructure after 180 days of continuous work. The average grain size has reached 550 m due to grains coalescence, whereas chromium segregation (the second phase with dark color) is clear within the ferrite grains and also at ferrite grain boundaries. Chromium segregation as revealed by SEM-EDS shown in Fig. 14 has taken a band-like shape. It also segregated around the AlN precipitates as shown in Fig. 15. Within the ferrite grains, chromium segregated in closed rings as shown in Fig. 16a and b. The band-like pattern segregation of Cr has reported previously in 434 stainless steel as a result of experiencing hot rolling . The Cr segregation has been mentioned in the literature review and interpreted as micro-galvanic corrosion that cause a Cr segregation, the steel grain act as anode whereas the grain boundary act as cathode . The microhardness test of the unused chain has shown an average value of 180HV Kgf/mm2, whereas the used chain (180 days of continuous working) has shown localized microhardness. An average value of 166HV Kgf/mm2 in the microstructure away from the chromium segregation regions has been measured. The decrease in the microhardness of the used chain can be attributed to the grain growth which in turn has reduced the grain boundaries density, and thus, wear resistance is expected to decrease. The regions which showed Cr segregation have shown higher microhardness value of 200HV Kgf/mm2 as a result of forming mainly chromium carbides as revealed by SEM-EDS mapping in Fig. 17. Although the chemical analysis has been carried out for many alloying elements, the focus will be on the chromium and carbon as these elements showed a significant segregation in the used chain microstructure as discussed in the previous section. Generally speaking, most of the alloying elements have shown a decrease in the chemical percentage (wt.%) as a result of segregation. The decrease in wt.% of chromium due to segregation in 1.4742 grade has ranged from 2.5 at the top chain to 1.5 at bottom chain in the first row as reported in Table 5 samples 11 and 12, respectively. The average loss of carbon alloying element in 1.4742 steel grade after 180 days of continuous work was about 0.04% as shown in Table 5. St37 steel grade showed a significant loss of Cr in the microstructure reached to 0.28% compare to 0.3% the total percentage exist in the microstructure. The average loss of carbon after 180 days of continuous work was about 0.025. Table 6 suggests a new steel grades to be used in Kufa rotary cement kilns according to the result of this study and depending on the location from the fire. Austenitic manganese steel grades were suggested at the first row until 5 m from the fire as these grades can hold at very high temperatures. The higher percentage of Mn that exists in this new steel grade can increase the protection of Ni and is expected to reduce Cr segregation , .

3. How would you suggest I propose when I'd rather she pick out her own engagment ring?

Here is how I did it. We actaully were talking about getting married for a while. We went ring shopping at about 5 to 10 places. She picked out a ring loved at each store. So there was a lot of rings on hold under my name for less than a week. I was able to go a few days later a pick up the ring that i like the most. She knew that I had a ring but whick one and when I was going to us it was the question. I was planning on waiting for the Toby Keith concert that we were going to. The concert was about a month away. Events changed the plans on me. So the night I picked up the ring is I poroposed. The funniest part was at the time she was working in Sear's Jewelry section in Green Bay, WI. So there is always a chance for the surprise.

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