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The Original Lumpy Gritz

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  1. I've run Bear Creek moly coated for years with real BP and no more fouling issues than uncoated bullets w/BP lube. If anything, the bore and chambers cleaned up quicker. OLG
  2. Go to the SA site and look it up. It's a dang good rifle! I have no plans to scope mine. If you do scope yours- do not use the SA mount. OLG
  3. I have a SA, M1-A 'loaded', in wood stock. That rifle is a LASER with zero POI shift. OLG
  4. Call Brownells tech and ask them if there's a substitute. OLG
  5. Yup, just to piss you off. How'd I do? OLG
  6. Good info. Marlin 94 is the KISS of all lever rifles and the easiest to keep run'n. OLG
  7. Buy your Dad his own SG and bend the lever to fit him. OLG
  8. Sounds like a heat treat issue, as in brittle. Buy at least 3-4. Call the maker in the morning. Have you ck'd Brownells? Have you tried contacting SASS gunsmiths? Can you post a picture of the broken bolt? OLG
  9. Fortunately, she not anywhere as liberal as the early Kate was. OLG
  10. RC or Dr Pepper for me. Both are much cheaper and more plentiful here in Springfield, Mo. than I ever saw in PRK. OLG
  11. Have you seen orginal Schofield's? I've seen many, all with the ring. That early bolt drop acts as a brake to help slow down the cyl. That keeps the cyl ratchets in play longer. OLG
  12. WB use to only let you load 5rnds in a 7rnd mag for the 1911. Agree about the 6 shell nonsense in a SG that was built for 5. Still, it's a fun game to play OLG
  13. Did you contact the lock maker? Dial combo locks are easy to reset. A squirt of silicon spray on the lock's insides is usually all that's needed to keep'em running smooth. Electronic ─║ocks are a locksmiths best friend...... OLG
  14. PR, how many times did I tell you to switch hands? OLG
  15. Cap '87s have short bbl w/screw in choke tubes. We use imp/cyl choke. Gary
  16. 09 was built to tighter QC standards with higher grade wood. I bough Outlaw Gambler's #412 on his site a few yrs ago and it runs great. No, mine ain't for sale..... OLG
  17. It's training ammo for close in steel plates and such. Not for hunting or SD use. OLG
  18. Sure hope the therapy and medications help you OLG
  19. Thanks for the invite We are looking at a house just east of Sequoita today. The ammo I used looked similar, just a black colored bullet. OLG
  20. J-Bar, post up a picture or 2 of a live round. The ammo I tried was an issue rnd for a Federal agency training. Worked fine in my Sig 226, not so much in my Glock. No issues in the H&K MP5 that I got to try. OLG
  21. Seen feeding/cycling issues. Use a very firm grip. OLG
  22. B is very good brass. So is Starline. Both need the case mouth annealed. OLG
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