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Red Cent

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  1. "If there was a leak from the Dakota Access Pipeline," xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx asked rhetorically, "why shouldn’t Wells Fargo pay for the cleanup of it, since it paid for the construction of the pipeline itself?”
  2. I have a Marlin 336 in 38-55 (Ballard rifling) and a C Sharps Hi Wall in 38-55. The Marlin slugs at .379 and the C Sharps was ordered at .375 (Green Mountain barrel). I would not full length resize. Since your case is fire formed to the chamber, neck sizing only should cure the problem. If the cartridge does not fully chamber, the full length sizing is affecting something. I keep the cases separated and I never full length resize. I have found that most all 38-55s will handle the 2.125 brass. I was told the Marlin is made for the short brass but it will chamber the 2.125 without any indication of the case mouth bumping. The C Sharps is made for the 2.125 brass. A go/no gauge is for headspace measurement. The "plop" test used with the cartridge is a case checker and should be the one used to tell you if the round is within specs.
  3. "Location:Kanawha" grenadier, where is this?
  4. Basis for hollow base nose pour. Pin must be outsourced. http://www.accuratemolds.com/bullet_detail.php?bullet=50-475MN-D.png
  5. semantics. However, you need a case gauge. Do you full length reisze the brass?
  6. Perseverance and desire will supplement some innate ability. The words perseverance and desire are spelled p-r-a-c-t-I-c-e.
  7. Awwwwwww mannnnnn, another national buckle Good hanging in there old man.
  8. " "It appears the female lions are teaching their young to hunt among a human populated area. Considering we are talking about nearly full-grown lions, this is not a sustainable situation. We will take the appropriate management action as necessary, but what the action will be remains to be seen and will be based on our assessment of public risk and the lion's behavior going forward," Yamashita added." https://www.foxnews.com/science/mountain-lions-roaming-colorado-town-in-pack-up-to-10-troubles-officials
  9. Golly Jim, you should have said something. We would have taken a collection for the funds.
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