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  1. Howdy pards! With the newly elected Dem party, I'm thinking it might be a while before we see cast bullets in great supply. I have a question for our pards who cast their own bullets. So, I have molds in all the calibers that I use and some lead to cast with, but I'm in a quandary as to whether I need a lubisizer or not. I can lube the bullets I cast by hand, but will I need to size the bullets after they come out of the mold?
  2. Howdy Creeker, Sacramento and I will strive to make this shoot, sounds like fun!
  3. In that same show, Potterfield said the 38-40 was a 38 caliber cartridge, when it is actually a 40 caliber.
  4. If you go up that way, you might want to also visit Coloma, where gold was first found at Sutter's Mill. You can go to the other side of the American River and pan for gold--you get to keep anything you find!
  5. I have not been to a match here in Nevada or California that provides lunch at monthlies. I went to one match in Missouri that had lunch between stages 4 and 5 and I gotta tell ya that it was really hard getting back into the mood to shoot after eating lunch at a monthly. Back in the old days (15 years ago) Nevada Rangers used to have a guy named Prospector who loved to cook, he never shot, just cooked. Breakfast was eggs, bacon and toast for a couple of bucks, lunch was hamburgers and hot dogs for $5 after the match. Maybe 12 years ago he stopped coming to the matches and we stopped having fo
  6. Howdy All! Well, I found out it's a take-down model. Don't know if it will take down as it's probably not been apart for more than 75 years, but I'll throw some breakfree on the barrel when I get some time and see if it will budge. For those who want photos, I'll be out of town for the next few days, but I'll post a photo when I get back in town.
  7. Howdy Creeker, We were thinking that we might take in next week's Eldorado monthly. If you put in a little old school stuff, that will clinch it for us! If you've already got the match set up, what the hell, we'll come anyway!
  8. Yes, I know it's not SASS legal, but I've always wanted on! Found out a friend had one that his dad and grandpa used to shoot coyotes and deer on their ranch in Montana and he didn't want it anymore. Rifle dates from 1918-1919. Very cool. Just wanted to crow a little about it!
  9. 38-55 bullets,I'm having trouble with my wire feed.email me paul2927@comcast.net

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