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  1. Not sure what the difference is between the two?? Guess for $25 it might be worth a try. Didn’t think about fitting a sleeve, that’s probably a better fix. Thanks, LF.
  2. I thought of that. Think I can drill a hole to stop it from cracking further then patch it with JB. Not the ideal fix but might hold until I can locate another tube.
  3. Anyone know of a source for 39a parts. tried the usual spots or at least the ones I know. Need a outer mag tube for a 39a made in 83. Tube is splitting at the top where the inner tube goes in. Not sure if it something that can be welded up, awful thin tubing. It’s on the underside against the barrel, repair would never be seen. Any thoughts or suggestions appreciated. Thanks, LF.
  4. Yes. S&W Offers several revolvers factory cut for moons. J frames in 38/357. S&W 627 38/357. To name a couple. as far as the original question safariland is by far the best option for a speed loader. You will never use another HKS twist loader again after using the Safariland. Weak hand reload with a HKS is very frustrating at best to accomplish quickly or smoothly. You really need to use 2 hands, the cylinder will want to turn as your trying to turn the release on the HKS. Safariland is push and play, much easier with either hand. Safariland has dominated the shooting sports as the go to loader for years, know one uses the HKS. LF.
  5. Had this built for carry optic division a couple years ago. Didn’t spend the time with it to get comfortable, went back to limited division. Less than 500 rounds through it. Everything is like new. CZ shadow 2 9mm Cajun Gun Works full upgrade kit 6# lb da, 2 7/8 sa after kit install slide milled for Trijicon SRO 5 moa Lok Bogie grips Red Hill holster & Boss drop hanger, belt not included. 10 mags, 4 with Henning extra cap base pads and Gram springs / followers all original parts and box’s included. right at $3000 to put this together today. $2200 plus actual shipping to your ffl. Open to trade options also 1911 commander in 38 super pair of 357 or 44 Bisleys vaqueros,prefer stock condition. Higher end 1911?? Thanks for looking, LF
  6. 3.9 of clays under a 230gr bullet gives me around 750fps = 172pf out of a 5” springfield. Load I used for years for USPSA. Moved to WST when clays became unavailable the first time several years ago. 3.6 should give a nice mild push recoil impulse. Should be under 700 fps depending on the gun. LF.
  7. I only see 31.5 max for 180 bullet at 1,896fps on Hodgons page.,,, which is still over the recommendation. I like the xtp bullets and use the 240gr at just under max loading in 44 mag rifle. But like others have said they don’t work well pushed real hard. Tried in the 444 with mixed results, they just don’t stay together. Much better results with the 265 Hornady or 270 nossler, however not much fun for the shoulder. LF.
  8. Thanks guys, I got it back together. Made sense after it was explained were it goes. My other 73s don’t have that. Hate when stuff goes spoing and have no idea what it is. Thanks, LF.
  9. Does anyone know what this is and where it goes. Fell out while cleaning. never seen this in other 73 rifles, assume it’s something Boogie puts in???
  10. Here’s a few different styles from over years that were fairly easy to read. The early Illinois state and this year’s paradise pass were pretty good.
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