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T.J. Bones SASS# 75616

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  1. I think that in most States a game warden who reasonably believes that a person has recently been fishing or hunting, but lacks reasonable suspicion that the person has violated an applicable fish or game statute or regulation, may stop the suspect's vehicle to demand the person show all game or fish the person has caught or taken. They can search the vehicle in the process. Around here they set up game check stations on opening weekend and if there is anything visible that would look like you have been hunting you vehicle is going to get searched. Lots of game violations and drugs get found that way. In most cases they are very courteous and professional.
  2. Had a 550 did not like it. Want the manual 450 for more control with powder and primer seating when loading rifle cartridges. At least I hope it works out that way.
  3. And people wonder why we have the Electoral College and two Senators from each state.
  4. You are correct on the powder measure. I want to keep the press manual and not update it. I have a request in to Dillon about 450 parts but it is my understanding they have very few if any at all. I am hoping that someone who did the conversion would still have the old manual parts around. Looking for any conversion kits that are priced right, 30-06, 45-70, 30-30, 300WM or 7mm RM and any others that strike my fancy.
  5. I need a few parts for a Dillon 450 I just received. I need a Large powder bar for the manual powder measure. Also need a large primer feed bar for the manual primer feed. I may be interested in any other parts you might have. Could also use some conversion kits. Thanks T,J,
  6. On Main Street in town when we went in for our annual July 4th get-together.
  7. Around here what you call a head is called a foot and a clove is called a toe. Must be a Volga German thing.
  8. Firearms do not have to be inside checked baggage. I have flown with firearms several times lately and in most airports you check your bags at the counter and then take your guns to the TSA for inspection. Once inspected you are not allowed to handle the gun case again. When you arrive at your destination each airport is different, at some, guns come in with other baggage, at others they come in to a separate counter. TSA web site https://www.tsa.gov/travel/transporting-firearms-and-ammunition
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