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Yusta B.

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  1. Here's a rig that my daughter & granddaughter both have. It works well & is reasonable priced. http://www.knightsleatherproducts.com/StarterRig.html
  2. She does fantastic engraving but I don't THINK she does checkering wood. https://lcgraphicdesigns.tripod.com/aspenfillys/engraving.html
  3. You have classified ALL CAS folks. That's ridicules.
  4. And you are dead wrong on this one. (respectfully)
  5. Noz, The infamous Three Musketeers Sweep. It's an 8 target set numbered 1 thru 8. All for one - rifle or both pistols = 10 shots . Shoot 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-4-1 One for all - other gun(s) = 10 shots. Shoot 1-4-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8
  6. If you use a case checker you can try neck only sizing. If so - try the loaded rounds in of all your guns in that caliber.
  7. Yep - freshwater lake with a population of seals oddly enough.
  8. ^^ This - if it repeats on the same chamber , it may well be the notch. Take a sharpy with you to the shoots & mark the chamber it won't fire.
  9. I find case checkers being pretty good at finding split cases.
  10. Great idea. Tip - drill two holes in it for future dowels before you cut it down.
  11. Scores ..... http://cowboy.okcgunclub.org/LR/Land Run 2021/index.html
  12. Sometime in the 1960's I bought a National Match M1 Garand from the DCM. As I recall it was about $175. Don't ask what happened to it. When my father died I inherited a like new 30-40 Krag he brought home from The Great War. Don't ask what happened to it. Excuse me - I'm gonna go throw up now ........
  13. http://www.ramshot.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/WesternPowdersHandloadingGuide8.0_WEB.pdf Pg 29, 47 from Western Powder
  14. Savage Model 24 - .22/.410 for my 12th birthday - 1954. There wasn't a safe squirrel within 10 miles come that next Sept 15th.
  15. Always a smile & a handshake & a "How ya doin'". Exemplary individual - for sure !
  16. Somewhat depends on what else has been done to the pistol. Springs will not particularly benefit a pistol with rough innards.
  17. Great - depending on what you want. Flash holes are clean-er, not sparkling.Cases - outside - pretty much same as with pins, inside - clean enough. I do use Lemi Shine & Dawn. Not worth it for me to use pins unless I have some really groaty (scientific term) brass.
  18. I've been cleaning this way for several years now. I don't have this problem. It may be because I deprime first, or I use Zilla Desert Blend (fine) walnut media or that I make sure the media is always dry when I start. I clean .45 Colt, .38 Spl, .357Mag, 9MM and .32 H&R Mag this way without getting any clumps in cases. I also check every flash hole & case for cracks/splits after drying. .556 however is a totally different story. YMMV
  19. I drain my brass, then into the dry tumbler it goes. About 5 minutes & its dry. YMMV
  20. How about a file & Dremel polish. Round off the offending area.
  21. Shot last week at Bar3. 22nd out of about 50 - so still kickin, but not real hard. Happy I finished. Thanks.
  22. He's a pretty good dude when ya get to know him
  23. If using walnut media, try Lizard Litter Desert Blend. I very, very rarely have any media problems in flash holes.
  24. Pinewood kid wins the first Briggsdale Iron Cowboy 2 day 24 stage match by 7 sec !! Proud of my son .....
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