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    Rick, I found that on ebay. it's a lazy susan type device that will hold 8 toolheads, caliber conversions and case gages. It was a little pricey, but a real space saver. I wish I could think outside the box like that.
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    I saw that Johnny Meadows has listed a couple JM Marlin 1894s on Gunbroker.
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    Not sure about if they will post the stages. But many matches no longer post posse lists due to so many wanting to swap posses - only to want to swap again when someone else does. So it creates a LOT of extra work. But they will allow folks to ask about switching when they sign up, but probably get only one change per person.
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    Hi Rube, We all have a favorite load. Mine is 5.2 grains of Trailboss under a 200 grain LRNFP boolit. Cheers
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    WD, I have two 1050s, Both called Super 1050 and both setup for 38 sp. I know one is tad different in a few minor things so suspect it ( one I bought from Black Dawge when they closed up shop on manufacturing BP ammo) to be an older model. I keep the older one setup for BP and the newer one (purchased approx 15 years ago) set-up for smokeless. I have been debating the bullet feed system but have not jumped into the buy just yet. I have talked to those who have them and they get good reviews. I do not think you will be at all disappointed in your investment and what bad can anyone say about Dillon in backing their products. Also, there are several companies that offer little aftermarket items that even adds more pleasure in the 1050 reloading experience. You might want to invest in a primer tube loader also (Dillon RF 100). You can spent about as much time loading up 100 primers as you can knocking out 100 completed rounds on the 1050 (approx 5 minutes). Big hello to my friends at BBH. Billy Boots bb75417@yahoo.com
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    Not sure if your still looking, but, Spitz Adventure eyewear has some really great safety/shooting glasses that are 'full magnifying'....on the link I provided, their site, look for "MAGSHOT Hunting Shooting Safety Glasses Full Magnifying- Safety Compliant".....various lens colors and various magnifying inserts. Excellent product! http://spitsadventurewear.com/safety-glasses/full-magnifiers.html
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    TSRA Member, NRA Member and Texas Concealed Handgun License Instructor
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