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Throckmorton,23149

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About Throckmorton,23149

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  • Birthday 03/26/1945

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    23149
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Siuslaw River Rangers

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    central orygun coast,
  • Interests
    shooting of any kind,especially CAS...and reloading for same.
    Love spoiling the 5 grandkids of course.

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  1. wishing success to all ! congrats on more time to shoot ! Yer company is in great hands !
  2. A great Pacific NW Pard is down From Grizzly Wulff Sad to tell you My good friends and shooting Pard. Brazos Bucky Smith (Bob Feiring). Had a fall last Thursday resulting in an untreatable brain injury. Gloria asked me to pass this along to all Bobs shooting parts. Bob will be taken off life support tomorrow May 6 2020. Please keep Gloria and family in your prayers as Bob Feiring slips into the hands of His Savior. ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ vaya con Dios, Brazos.
  3. I use 200's.actually the same bullet for 1911, sixguns and carbine. keeps it real simple to inventory . I've tried 230's. meh, not enuff diff. to want to change
  4. I hope not, I just 'found' a great reduced load for plinking using TB.,also use it in my .44's and .45 colts
  5. thanks pards, I"ve passed along this info and he said to say he appreciates it.
  6. A non-SASS...for now.friend needs his .44 mag marlin looked at. when he 1st bought it , it fed 44 Specials with aplomb, then all of a sudden it absolutely refuses to. Gun is clean, screws are tight, etc.My friend is no stranger to firearms. We're in Oregon, on the coast but he'll gladly pay shipping to get it made right again. anyone ? anyone ?
  7. seems kind of shy about answering questions. I'd like to know the history also....new, once fired, etc
  8. to be clear, it has both die sets...380 and 9mm as well as the conversions ?
  9. fyi for items big enough for flat rate boxes...or usning envelopes, shipping is one flat fee
  10. at one of the clubs I've shot at, they crowd under cover to shoot when it rains. It is so tight and crowded you could not possibly pull 'muzzle down' long guns safely.Every club I shoot at requires muzzle up because we shoot from concrete floors and a negligent discharge would be more likely to hurt someone if the gun were muzzle down.
  11. holy crap I wish this would die ! and pleeeeze don't go 'splaining it again !! been shooting 200 grain rnfp ,same bullet for my 1911. Same powder too, Trail Boss. What could b simpler ? Less recoil than the mighty 255 grainers, they just smoke up the brass some, no biggie to me.
  12. The cast bullets I had for sometime hoping to get to them some day.Which never came.

     

    A lady close by called a friend of mine and said her husband had passed a couple years ago and wanted to know if he knew anyone who would like to buy all his reloading equipment,he mentioned me ,so I bought all he had lots of reloading equipment and ammo.Cast bullets and all.

     

    To make a long story short,I had intended to load and shoot a lot of them.I finally came to my senses and realized I was never going to get to it.  So I never messed with them and never loaded any of them so I don't know anything about them. I have shot a lot of his reloads and they shoot fine.

     

    Sorry I could not have been more help.

     

    Steve    aka  Dakota fox.

  13. fyi for those who say 'too 'late', I"m on several reloading pages on Facebook,and the number of newbies to reloading might just surprise ya. 8 years ago when ammo all but dried up,the number of newbs was thousands. It's backed off some,but they are still out there.
  14. The same situation drove me nuts a few years back,and yup, Mo powder was the answer in my .45's.
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