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Yusta B.

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  1. He has been known to hang around with that Prairie Dawg guy so - yeah - hard to ignore him ! :lol:
  2. Claybuster has 3/4 oz loads for several powders including Clays. None that I saw for that particular wad. http://www.claybusterwads.com/index.php/winchester-style/53-cb0175-12-load-data
  3. Check for an FFL at your local club.
  4. Sitting here pondering the meaning of life & it occurred to me that over the passed 13 years I have been enjoying SASS shooting I have met & learned the aliases about 300-400 or so shooters, maybe more. More than in any other sport, organization, club, school, job or group I have been in in the last 74 years. That's just phenomenal to me - I'm not very much of a social person but I keep meeting shooters that are interested in what I do, what I shoot, where I've been, how long have I shot & a million other subjects. As the saying goes - " I've been to two Worlds Fairs & Disneyland and have never seen anything like it " . What a great group of people ( including Rye Miles , I might add ) :) :)
  5. And he doesn't do bad with an '87 or his pistols either :D
  6. It looks like a very nice press but for half the money there is the Lee Classic Turret, 4 station, auto incrementing cast iron press. JMHO
  7. That's what failed in my reloads.
  8. About 6 years ago my son had two FTF reloads, Win 209 primers. One fired in the other barrel the other did not. Looking at the primers the entire face the firing pin strikes looked to be recessed lower than normal, a manufacturing defect. I have not seen any like that since then. I visually inspect all primers now, SG , Small & Lg pistol. I did find one Federal SP primer without an anvil.
  9. BT0606 Buffalo Bullets- Conical Black Powder Pistol Bullet .36 caliber http://www.dixiegunworks.com/product_info.php?cPath=22_99_311_313&products_id=3629
  10. This one ? http://www.cartridgecollector.net/1115-x-55r-lk-express
  11. I believe the rebate requires the UPC or bar code label from each box to be submitted with the form. Wouldn't matter where you bought them. 10 boxes minimum.
  12. Very irritating. It's wrong at least half the time. A spell checker is a good thing. Guessing at what you are going to type & finishing the word for you is NOT !
  13. After you clean brass in wet tumbler. Dry tumble with a little brass polish, case cleaner, car wax, etc. About 10 minutes should be enough. I put my brass in well drained but still wet. I store in large size cashew nut plastic jars, Planters, etc. My brass stays shiny for months. Note: my cases are deprimed & I use about 2# of steel shot in with the dry media (Zilla Desert Blend). Been doing it for 10 years.
  14. At H.O.W. last year, Wyoming State Championship, we got a hand made wood board section with a nicely printed poster on it with the place & category decoupaged on it. I do like buckles but hand made awards show dedication and hard work that is appreciated.
  15. I have had two .32s that were undersized out of about 4K I bought so far.
  16. What ever you use - if it has any metallic parts which come in contact with the powder you are going to need to keep an eye on them. They will corrode over time if not cleaned regularly. Maybe once a month inspection.
  17. If a take down SG just pour HOT water thru barrel, then push 1/2 paper towel thru, then bore mop or patch with oil & you're done.
  18. Yes - you will need 2 revolvers, a lever action or pump rifle and a pump or lever action or double barrel shotgun.
  19. Also - if you can get or have a take down '97 the barrel cleaning process is greatly simplified.
  20. Hey Marie The heaver the charge, the better the hull will seal & help to limit the crud in the action. If the hulls get "burned" down the outside, they are not sealing the chamber - similar to .45 LC blow-by or blow back when light smokeless charges are used. You need to find a balance between recoil & performance. Yusta
  21. 160 or 180 .45 cowboy bullets available ?
  22. Email sheryltolbert@yahoo.com & ask. She is the keeper of the list.
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