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C. W. Knight # 47289L

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  1. Thanks Mr. R, I double checked and the RCBS box only says 10mm Auto. I guess that they should also do .40 S&W. I modified the Dillon set to reflect that. The D set does say & .40 S&W. Thanks for looking. These need a new home I have not loaded .223 or 10mm in 14 years and only a little 9mm. C-U, C.W.
  2. 1. 10mm - .40 S&W Dillon dies, 550 tool head & thru powder die. No caliber conversion. $100.00 shipped 2. 9mm Dillon dies, 550 tool head, thru powder die, and caliber conversion. $ 140.00 shipped 3. 10 mm RCBS group B 3 die set with single stage shell holder. RCBS # 21615. $ 42.00 shipped 4. Dillon .223 dies, # 10839, 550 tool head, thru powder die and .223 REM conversion. $145.00 Thanks for looking, C.W.
  3. Don't feel bad pards, Tyrel is right quick on the draw with BP stuff. Also Tyrel just shot his second CLEAN match in a row w/ cap guns. Congrats, Pard. C. W.
  4. Double Down on all comments, Waima is a fine Cowboy and a heck of a bullet maker/vendor, call ahead for big orders, he will come thru. C.W.
  5. Last night Ch2 news reported that 400+ guns have been stolen from unlocked cars this year in Nashville. THAT is the way criminals get guns. C.W.
  6. Trainweck, Sorry for the delay, my wife had an eye appointment in Nashville took up most of our day. Dies w/shell holder, listed above with 300+mixed headstamp and 100+ new Winchester shipped, I am asking $95.00 shipped. Thanks for looking. C.W.
  7. FF, In .44 I have RCBS # 18612 carbide three die set 44 spec/mag with a Lyman shell holder, a Dillon caliber conversion, a 550 tool head, and a Dillon thru powder die. I will need $125.00 shipped & insured to you in the lower 48. Thanks for looking, C.W.
  8. Splitthumb, I only have dies and brass for the 10 MM. RCBS 3 die-Carbide set RCBS # 21615, with a shell holder, 100+ new Winchester and 300+ mixed. Most of the mixed will be once fired but I cannot guarantee it. Please let me know if still interested. C-U, C.W.
  9. #1. Caliber Dillon caliber conversion for .223, complete with Dillion # 10839 dies, 550 tool head, powder die, $145.00 shipped. I will include whatever brass I have (100 pieces a guess.) Will add more when I get it all sorted, 10MM, .44mag, Old Redding .357 dies. .357 SOLD Thanks for looking, C.W.
  10. With a derby hat? Great Job, Tyrel, C. W.
  11. Widder seems to get closer to that great ole peanut butter lube when he au thinkin' about Red Knee's favorite '97!!!!
  12. Once again I really do appreciate all of the responses. I am glad to hear that the later manuals do not recommend/require the poly wad. In speaking with a friend that shot long range I am leaning toward IMR 4198 as the first powder that I will try. I also have a large quantity of Unique. IMR 4198 is shown for both Jacketed and lead bullets. Thanks again I an totally on board with No fillers. C-U, C.W.
  13. Thanks to all that have replied. My manual is dated I am sure. Lyman 47th, edition, this manual shows using the aforementioned wad for starting and max loads for Unique powder for 322 gr, 420 gr, & 293 gr bullets. Not for start or max loads for 400 gr lead bullets. I will check with Michael's for the material, my wife frequents them. This is a very low volume adventure but I do appreciate all the help. C.W.
  14. I an just starting to reload for a Uberti 1886 rifle. My loading manual list several loads for this rifle using smokless powders. Several loads require a "100% Polyester fiber wad in the form of 1/4" thick batting. It goes on to say that the Poly fiber should be cut into 5/8" squares". I am guessing that this wadding is tamped down on top of the powder to hold it next to the primer. Is this the reason for this or......? Where do I find something like this or what do other more experienced shooters do ? Besides fill the case with Black and stuff a bullet in it. Thanks in advance. C.W.
  15. Thanks, Maddog & TB.. But it should say buy, buy, buy. C-U, C.W.
  16. Thank you, Gambler. My loading manual breaks down the .45-70 into the same three categories. A few others commented on the recoil with some modern loadings. C-U, C.W.
  17. Thank you, Dave. I think that the discussion was at some time about Leverevolution by Hornady. They have a couple of ballistic tip lever rounds but they travel @ 1900 ++ fps. I don't recall if the warning was for possible recoil or rifle damage. Thanks again for the Buffalo info. C-U, C.W.
  18. I recently bought a Uberti 1886 in .45-70. I recall a topic about not using some of the new super .45-70 ammo in an 1886. Can anybody redirect me to that thread? Thanks, C.W.
  19. Might consider a reasonable payment plan.
  20. I am embarking on a new project and something must go. I have three Gen 3 Nickle Colt SAA's for sale. I will try to keep this clean. # 1 should be first , #2 second & #3 last. Left to right in photos, I hope. #1 has original box and I believe all paperwork. 1980 Gen 3, SAA, Nickle 5.5" bbl, wood grips, very smooth actions. Springs have been changed. I shot #'s 1 & 2 @ our June I st Sat shoot. Pistols flawless, shooter not so much. # 2 1980 Gen 3 with box but little paperwork, original box, very smooth. Springs changed. Wood grips, frame and grip frame all #' match. Very few handling marks. #3 also 1980 vintage, Gen 3 SAA . It has no box or papers but it may be unfired. I cannot say for sure but there are no smudges on the cylinder or in the frame. I will say that it has been handled but maybe not fired. #1 $ 1850.00 + shipping # 2 1800.00 + shipping #1, & 2 $3500.00 + shipping # 3 $ 1750.00 plus shipping #'s 1, 2, & 3, $5000.00 + shipping All plus insurance, shipped my FFL to Yours. Thanks for looking. C.W.
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