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  1. http://www.kbsaddlery.com/tack/saddleBags.html
  2. I only use nickel cases in my belt. Helps when reload 1 is called for. They will split much sooner than brass.
  3. Really sharp: give the knife to a wood carver to sharpen. Do not test unless you want to bleed. If I do it, a 5" Scott Murry Drum with 360 and 400 sand paper sprayed with water followed by leather/rouge, then steel. Not quite as good as a wood carver but works.
  4. I believe the reason indoor is that the salt (nitrite) and sulfur cause rust on beams, just as it does to the gun if one does not clean it soon after shooting.
  5. Dextron 3 or 50/50 Dextron 3 and kerosene
  6. If you an air compressor you might try and push from the forcing cone with air. Have a good back stop.
  7. Hobby Lobby Black Testors model paint then gold leaf ink pin on the very rear.
  8. Could this be an answer? 11.15 X 55R LK EXPRESS The 11.15 X 55R LK EXPRESS was never officially listed in any catalogue. There are however numerous specimens in existence with varying case lengths. All cartridges were manufactured between 1890 and 1910 and have H Utendoerffer headstamps. RWS purchased the company. Full Company Name: Heinrich Utendoerffer Location: Nurnberg, Germany Additional Information: Heinrich Utendoerffer began production in 1855. In 1889 he sold his business to Rheinisch-Westfälischen Sprengstoff-Fabriken A.-G.
  9. Lazy Eeyour

    Spotting scope

    While it has been awhile, from DCM shoots the guys that were doing good were using Kowa, Leica, or Swarovski. If you look at these remember that for some, the scope price does not includes the eyepiece which is sold separately. And yes a friend claims the Konus, as mentioned above, is good for the price! Again unless something changed, the Konus is kind of weighted forward which should not be a problem but something to keep in mind. I'd only worry about setting it up on a cheap, short tripod on a concrete table.
  10. I'd send a photo to this guy as he makes a market for old scopes. E-mail me ace@runestone.net
  11. This may be of interest to those who worked around jet aircraft. I sent it to Navy friends and they all claimed that it explains a lot of their problems. http://www.research.va.gov/currents/spring2014/spring2014-11.cfm VA answer is not enough research. I believe an air force officer got tired of sending personnel to have their hearing checked and when results showed OK, he thought something else had to be going on.
  12. Here is a link to a cost of reloading calculator. Follow the examples and you should be able to figure a break even point. Buy bullets local if you can as casting is time consuming. http://www.handloads.com/calc/loadingCosts.asp
  13. For stainless pistols I take off the grips, remove the cylinders and drop all metal into a 50 cal. ammo can filled with Ed's Red. After a few days I blow dry with compressed air and run a dry patch through the bores. Blued guns, I clean the bores and wipe down.
  14. For J frame models I used Apex Tactical Duty spring kit to lighten up the action for my wife. For L frame I used Wolff springs and polished alligator with crocus cloth. Almost scary smooth action.
  15. If you live close to Omaha, Nebraska check at Gun's Unlimited located at 120th and I Street. They support (components) Trap and Skeet shooters in the area. Hulls, various wads, powder, lead and primers. From my last supply run they give volume discounts: 4 bags of lead, case of wads, etc.
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