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  1. I've got one of these that I use a lot. I've also got a Dillon 550. The Lee is a bit slower but a whole lot simpler and easier to change calibers and primer sizes. If you are looking to step up from a single stage press this is a good way to go.
  2. I don't do pay pal. Do you still want the bullets. USPS MO is preferred.



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    2. Snake-eye, SASS#45097

      Snake-eye, SASS#45097


      Mark Twarowski 

      4004 Millender Mill Rd

      Reisterstown, MD 21136

    3. cowrustler


      Mark, I will send a money order out today, thanks, Bill

    4. Snake-eye, SASS#45097

      Snake-eye, SASS#45097

      Billeted in the mail today. ETA Saturday 




  3. If you take Paypal, I'll take the bullets. Would need to have you pm me your real e-mail, cowrustler
  4. I'm aware of that; I've just never expected to see Browning and Uberti tied together. Seems like there were a lot more Winchester 1885s than Brownings.
  5. Here I thought it was just my computer although all the other sites work fine. Maybe SASS could spend a few bucks on improving their site. Heaven knows they have enough money to fix this.
  6. Ripple, send me your real e-mail address so I can send photos. Thanks, cowrustler
  7. Aha- now I understand. About 20 years ago I watched some friends shoot a Remington-Keene with that hot .45-70 ammo. The owner of the rifle should have known better as he is a gunsmith. I turned down an invitation to shoot it. After about 8 rounds the lenses in the Malcom repro scope came loose. It is too hot for old guns for sure.
  8. I didn't know they made that lever-evolution ammo in calibers for the 1895. Which ones?
  9. I don't know why you couldn't use black powder in these S&Ws. I shoot only black powder in my original S&Ws from the 1870s (Russians, NM#3s) and have no problems. If I recall correctly David Chicoine, the premier S&W gunsmith, wrote that even light loads of smokeless led to stretched frames. I stick with black.
  10. Rudy, I agree with you 100% and admire you for pointing this out, cowrustler
  11. I think there was a shotgun in the ad originally which must have gotten sold.
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