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evil dogooder

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  1. I was raised old school on it.   If you can't doctor it. Put it down.  My aunt literally went bankrupt paying for her dogs medical bills.  

      I care for every animal we have and have spent many sleepless nights with them .  I have several friends who are vets as well as being in the animal world most my life.  Stitched up many,  done c sections/pulled babies,  fixed prolapse, ruptures, etc   if it's something that I can't fix,  I do my best to comfort them then ease their pain. 

     The kids help butchering every year.  It keeps them grounded.  I personally hate killing things.  But I hunt and raise animals for food.  


      Genetics are key. You couldn't pay us to get an akc registered dog.  


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  2.  I have sold things on the wire where the buyer did his best to try and talk down the price. Only to see them sell it for two to three times what they offered.    These vendors I will no longer sell to for any price.  My product,  my choice.    I've also sold guns to new shooters for way under value,  as well as gave a few guns away..


        Would I be against vendors being banned from buying on the classifieds?  No.  Does it hurt me that they are allowed to?  No

         It wouldn't be that hard to set up a classifieds where vendors aren't allowed.  Like a new shooter discount area.    If you want it to go to new shooters only post there.  If you want anyone to have a crack at it post to the normal classifieds. 

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  3. Normally around $400.  However with the current craziness, you may get a little more.    My wife prefers them and both of hers stayed true to form on that.



    The local shop took one in last week and paid $450 for it.   They put it on gunbroker.. it brought just over $900

  4. 45 minutes ago, Cholla said:

    If they are hard to find molds they could be very valuable right now. It would be easy to search eBay by the mold numbers to see what comes up and what they are selling for. I currently have four eBay searches going right now for 41 colt molds, plus on the advice of Sedalia Dave, I also ordered one from Accurate Molds. Myself and about a millon other folks are dying for .224 molds that they can use in AR-15s. Molds for .308 are hot as well. Molds for 9mm, 45 acp, and just about any common pistol caliber is like gold. 

    Sounds good.   There is a .224, one for .30 cal rifles, 2 for 45s some 44swc. .457.  .311. 54 cal mini ball ..45 colt .44 round ball. 457 round ball and a container full that I haven't looked at yet


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  5. Helping an estate clear up some things. 

     I don't cast so I have no clue on these


    Some are Lyman, some ideal some Lee.    Vary from .309 to 45-70-500. Round and conical. 



    14 molds with handles and 4 or five more without.  




    Also included is some things that look like drop tubes and what looks like an awl to make a heel cavity?



    What's a fair price?

  6. Limit 1k per day per person. 


    Cci. small pistol,  small rifle,   large rifle.    $70  


    I know it's still high but they are in stock 20k of each.   No they don't ship


    Just a heads up for those in the area


    Edit to add no these are not mine.  I've had several people ask.  It's the local shop I can pm you the name if you want

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  7. The local gun store has a 73, as will as a new marlin on the shelf.  If your interested I can send you the address


    As stated earlier don't shy away from a single shot.    Very simple to use and build good habits.  Also once you get the a rhythm you would be suprised how fast they can be shot.    Ive won overall at several matches running one. 

  8. 2 hours ago, Sedalia Dave said:


    That right there is enough ammo to fund your trip to EOT

    Actually that has been considered. Also selling some primers. I already sold one double action revolver to a friend.  I have an old pocket h&r .32 that's going next. 

      I saw the prices vaqueros are bringing online as well.  $700 to over $1k for a decent old model.   I figure it will be around $1500 for entry, gas, food, travel, lodging.    


     The hold back is how hard will it be to replace after.

  9. We moved to the farm almost 4 years ago  I still have boxes of stuff in the granary that aren't unpacked.    I was out there yesterday looking for a spare part for the reloader...   came across a small pile of ammo I forgot I even had.


     What's worse is I'm pretty sure there is more out there... somewhere..


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  10. The local shop has an old marlin 22 takedown that it just took in on trade Thursday.  I don't know if it's a 39a but I can swing by next week and find out if you want.   It's a straight grip.  Other than that i don't know much.  

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