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Yusta B.

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  1. Some low down skunk stole the Emoji's from my editor ...... any ideas ? Edit: No, really - when I edit or make a new post - clicking on the little emoji icon brings up a blank area where the little guys used to live, they're all gone !
  2. Yep - I went to school so long ago - we made BP & firecracker powder in chemistry class & zip guns and crossbows in shop. & had a .22 hanging in the back window of half the trucks in the school parking lot. More friendly times back then ....... I miss it. :-(
  3. Be quicker to just pull the cylinders & dump 'um :-) I have shot them a bunch & they're hard enough to get .32's out of .......
  4. 9 to 10 gr Promo, 7/8 shot (she is 10 yr old) Hanna shotgun.mp4
  5. Wasn't enough to get the rifle I want so it went to the two granddaughter's college funds.
  6. One other thing to remember is to keep your off hand away from either end of the cylinder when seating caps. If a cap does ignite, there will be fire & brimstone coming out both ends.
  7. But that sure isn't one of them ....
  8. These specific rifles have been tested with higher than SAAMI standard pressures.
  9. Yusta B.

    IWB kydex

    Contact Howlin Wolf @ https://www.mernickleholsters.com/products/243-ps06sa-r1-single-action/ He may be able to help you.
  10. From Hodgdon web site Triple Seven In Cartridges: Use data specifically developed for Triple Seven FFG only. Cartridge loads should be used exactly as listed in this pamphlet. You may safely use a card or polyethylene wad up to .030" in thickness to protect the base of the bullet. Loading density should be 100% with light compression not to exceed .100". Testing has shown that Triple Seven will perform best when the bullet just touches the powder. Allow no airspace between the base of the bullet and the powder. Do not reduce loads by means of filler wads or inert filler material such as Grits, Dacron or Grex. Do not heavily compress powder charges. The use of filler wads, inert fillers or heavy compression may cause a dangerous situation, which could cause injury and/or death to the shooter, bystanders or damage property. Do not create loads for cartridges not listed. Contact Hodgdon Powder Company for recommendations concerning other loads. *See WARNINGS below.
  11. Geez - I never knew you could load with a dehumidifier - and here I spent a butt-load of money on a progressive press .......
  12. I plan to shoot a week from tomorrow.
  13. I'm thinkin you might want to switch to a scabbard for that 'un ....
  14. That will really gunk up a bore snake. Spray some hot water down the barrels (or moose milk), wait about 5 min & push 1/2 paper towel down each side. Try it once (at least)
  15. If you have an over powder wad & a fiber wad, you should be able to use a plastic shot cup (only) with out "plastic/BP" problems I would think. At least worth a try .....
  16. Cimarron Bullets - good quality/price. https://www.cimarronbullets.com/shop-cadr
  17. https://forums.sassnet.com/index.php?/topic/265878-how-do-i-delete-messages-in-my-mailbox/
  18. Is the tail of the spring protruding past the recoil shield ?
  19. I used LinSpeed to do a National Match M1 I picked up at Camp Perry in the 60's. It really looked great ! Put on about 10 coats, rubbing out in between.
  20. Factory light trigger & of course a M1 Carbine stock (please forgive the Red Dot)
  21. Fg in SG - close to 6' flame Pistol was APP with I think a bit too much Ballastol in the barrel.
  22. They changes the rules on them. Used to be you could hit the plate & then shoot the corresponding bird. Now - you have to hit all plates first & then shoot the birds.
  23. Here ya go ..... They are used as a side match now. 3 of them spread out with about 12 other targets - clay birds mounted, KDs, spinners etc.
  24. Any gunsmith that works on Rugers will have a drawer full of stock hammers in his shop. Get on the phone.
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