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Crooked River Pete, SASS 43485

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    Akron, Oh

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  1. When I bought my first set of .223 dies the sales man told me I needed "small base" dies for a semi auto, maybe you just need small base dies. I will admit that's a good trick for already loaded ammo.
  2. No, probably 25 years ago or more. I'll look to see if I can find them.
  3. I have a Davidsons Marlin #1, 24'' half round half octagon, box and all paper work, but I'd need about twice what Appydan is asking.
  4. I once ordered 85gr Hornady XTP by mistake, just loaded them to the same OAL and reduced the charge some. Worked perfect in my 1903 Colt, but I doubt they go fast enough to expand.
  5. You can saw it with a band saw or porta band, or melt it with a torch. 20 years ago I might have put it in a coffee can and put it on the kitchen range, but know better now too much lead fumes in the house, maybe the gas grill outside?
  6. Well it's a half mile to the bar, and 2 miles home. The difference is staggering!
  7. Never trust anyone who can spell gonorrhea right on the first try.
  8. I bought a pair of grips for a Zehna .25 from them, much better quality than I expected.
  9. I think that I shall never see a poem lovelier than beer. The frost stuff Joe's has on tap with golden base and foamy cap poems are made by fools I fear, but only Bud can make a beer
  10. Can you even find any holster for that gun? That might make your choice for you.
  11. try here; https://www.poppertsgunparts.com/cgi-bin/webdata/webdata_gunparts.cgi
  12. Try here; https://www.poppertsgunparts.com/cgi-bin/webdata/webdata_gunparts.cgi
  13. Check some of the smaller auction sights, local one here has a bunch of cowboy type rifles. One problem lately is several states now allow straight walled cartridges for deer hunting, that has driven up demand.
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