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Jefro, SASS#69420

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    Sneads Ferry, NC

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  1. If you need something now Ace Hardware, 2 cans for 6$. Great spray pattern and good coverage. The tip is adjustable for back and forth or up and down. Good Luck
  2. Nice, I've been planning something like that for my lead melting and casting stuff, only a good bit larger.
  3. Just had mine checked, it was an 8. Doc seemed to not be concerned. I melt scrap lead, pour at least four calibers, RO, and dry tumble. Just bought a big box of nitrate gloves I'll wear when cleaning guns. Keeps my hands soft
  4. Because the differant brands of BP can vary in weight for the same volume. Load it, press it, crimp it. A Few Photos Illustrating How to Determine Powder Compression (cascity.com) JefroRelax-Enjoy
  5. Yep, several years ago I bought my RI 1911 there for WB for a very good price. There is also pair of 45s listed, perfect for SASS or CFDA. Good Luck
  6. Buffalo Bros. has a good selection of grips, but I don't know if they have wood. Good Luck Buffalo Brothers Cowboy Store
  7. Yep, I made both of mine for five rounds 38/57 & 44/40. Much easier to handlle for me. Good Luck
  8. It's listed under another name. Missouri Hillbilly Sweep: Posted by Missouri Marshal (SASS#50682, VA). Ten shots on four targets, 1-1-2-3-4-4-3-2-1-1. Think of this as a Nevada Sweep, but with double taps on the end targets
  9. Yep, I like it, seems like an easy progression on five targets. I'm gonna keep it
  10. Plus 44+ what Driftwood said. I do remember at a world champs shooting school many years ago said "if your firearm will only work with Federal primers you may need a stronger spring" "Our guns should be able to work with any name brand primer". Good Luck
  11. 3.2--3.3 is nice snapping load with a loud repport.....what alotta of us started with. Later switched to Red Dot and Clays, now just RD. And of course real BP Good Luck
  12. 3.2 is very popular for 125gr & 158gr, I use 3.3. Good Luck
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