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German Jim

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  • Birthday 10/17/1947

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  1. Same Same for me 'cept I add HOT HOT water after Windex squirts. Corks came from empty wine bottles.
  2. Here's a picture of one of my Vaquero's on top of its storage container. Not very fancy but functional.
  3. No! I like my rifle. Just dreamin' of a backup. I've had my rifle many years and one of these days something may break and I don't have a backup for it. I would NEVER let a hacksaw get near my rifle.
  4. Yes, the new Graf's Black Powder is made by Goex. Older Graf's Black Powder was imported by Schuetzen Powder Energetics, Inc. and manufactured be Wano Schwarzpulver GmbH in Germany.
  5. Anyone have a Cimarron (Uberti) 1873 Short Rifle in 38 WCF? If so, will it hold 10 rounds?
  6. IF CZ did buy COLT and made them in their own country, I wonder if it would make it easier for the anti-gunners to get a ban on the importation of firearms than it would be to stop production from a manufacturer that is in-country. Just a crazy thought.
  7. What dies are used to reload Cowboy .45 Special? Would .45 ACP dies work?
  8. I have enough ammo for 3 or 4 matches, but most of the time I re-load my ammo after each match. Shotgun rounds last quite a bit longer. I probably have enough for 6 matches.
  9. Thanks for all the replies. I've got lots of Green Dot and use it when I shot smokeless (shotgun, rifle and pistol). For rifle and pistol, I use a 255 gr. Bear Creek Bullet. I came across a bunch of 205 grainers and was wondering how much Green Dot to use. That's the reason for my question.
  10. I have some 205gr., .45 Colt Bear Creek Bullets sized at .452. I want to load some .45 Colt ammo with Green Dot smokeless. What would be a good STARTing load for Green Dot? TIA - Jim
  11. That's what I do. Take the side plates off, turn the spring at a right angle so it's sticking out the side and remove the screw(s). Never had a problem removing the original screws. Maybe I'm lucky.
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