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  1. Never a question what you're talking about when you say Long Colt
  2. The AA Low Noise Low Recoil are light. Their spec is 26gram (7/8oz) and 980fps. A powder like Alliant e3 can handle those light loads well ( I have extra, near Philly). 12 grains of e3 will do. I bump up a little and go with 13gr e3 and 1oz. I can't speak for whether it will reset an inertia gun.
  3. I have some 'extra' LPP. Trading for Small Primers might be a nice way to avoid figuring out a $ thing.
  4. 1 year old birthday coming up. Powder could be a special present.
  5. yes, HazMat Squared. I bought about 15,000 small primers to supply my nephew and a friend; both new reloaders. Paid $121/K for 5000 first and then got 10,000 for $65 per 1000. Figured I would sell the "extra" on gunbroker. Oops. I offered the last 5000 I had "leftover" for the $121 at a local range. No takers....then. (Plenty of requests now). I had already given them to a friend to sell at a gun show in Morgantown PA for $100/k because I "had enough on hand". Didn't want to be stuck with primers you know. "extra" "leftover" "enough on hand" geez Now with 10-20K on
  6. Seems every group or club I've been involved with has discussed increasing interest to new people. Seems hard to resist. I do it too. I've brought my tenth new person to a CAS match. One of them bought the gear though I don't know if they've been to a match in two years. They shoot actively otherwise. I haven't given up 'recruiting' but I don't try to hard either. Personally I'm hitting four other types of matches each month and try to catch cowboy with the Quinton Mavericks...though that is the same weekend, different day, as a USPSA match nearby. Cowboy is good and Quinton is open to suggest
  7. Gouging...a word from the Social Justice Warrior Handbook.
  8. btw; having End of Trail move East a bit looks to have gotten a good response. The Shelby car collectors club (SAAC) does that each year, rotating East, West and Mid US. I bet some interesting Press might occur with EOT getting around. Maybe that will catch to attention of some new SASS shooters. In my spare time . . . anyway. . . I'd like to arrange a hybrid match that embraced Cowboy Action and Modern Action shooting. Have any of you been involved in that sort of thing? What works? I'll check with the http://www.jacksonholegang.com/ in New Jersey. They've had a couple Cops n Cowboy eve
  9. 6 segment crimp vs 8 segment was biggest difference for me and my Stoeger. I like Rio ammo in three gun because they have loads in all sorts of increments. I think it was their ammo that had a six segments crimp and it flared out more than then AA hulls and they grabbed the double barrel too well.
  10. meesterpaul,
    Well I thought I messaged you, but I’m not used to the message system.


    I am interested in the Lyman 4500


    1. What size dies are included?

    2. What voltage is the heater?

    3. What do you want for the unit?

    4. Would you ship to, Whispering Pines, NC 28327?


    Cactus Jack

  11. Looks like I may be in for once of these. Now how do I message you directly . . .

    Feel free to message me. 

    Also, if anyone has a black Bisley grip frame;  let me know. And for that matter,  if Doc doesn't want the other one I guess would take the pair. 


  12. I hope you get out there. Bet you'd have fun with those Schofields. If I wasn't so cheap I'd like to try them too.
  13. 45 Colt Marlins may be the best value. No premium for versions in 45 and my two have been completely reliable.
  14. Btw; using CAS guns in 3Gun style scenarios is challenging because your brass is all over the place. Regarding the photo below from Irish Ike… when my daughter was learning how to drive we walked out to my car. I said oops there's a flat tire. She said where I don't see it. I said let's pretend and threw a rolled up pair of coveralls to her. She asked what to do and I said well if you had a flat tire and I wasn't there you'd probably end up looking at the manual in the glove box. She got the tire off and "Now what do I do with it? " "Well, it's still good so let's put it back
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