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Slip Notz

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  1. Shouldn't be much of a problem, I've been shooting with one for 13 years. I wouldn't use a cross draw due to the grip location, I'm right handed. I use a shell holder on my gun belt for the shotgun shells. A shotgun belt wouldn't be a good idea because of where it crosses your stomach. I get to dress just like everyone, not a problem. Had a colostomy for 17 years, small price to pay for being alive. You will get used to it, and won't even think about. Good luck.
  2. Dillon will get nothing but good reviews from me. 1) A part broke on my powder measure, looked up the part and ordered it. When I got it, it didn't fit. Called Dillon, they said my measure was an old one that they didn't have parts for anymore. They said send to it all back in and they sent me a new powder measure at no cost. 2) A piece of the ram arm broke, I looked up and ordered the part. Had to take the press completely apart to replace it. Once I had done that I wasn't happy with the way it felt. Called them and asked how much to refurbish it. I think they said 69$ and this included shipping back to me. I boxed it up and paid for shipping to them. Gave them my phone # and ask them to call when completed and I would pay by credit card. Less than 10 days later a Dillon box was on my porch. Opened up the box to find what looks like a brand new press, couldn't have been mine. Looked at the receipt because they hadn't called me. It said I owed them "0". That's hard to beat.
  3. I've shot deer with my Marlin 357 and long range Uberti High Wall 45/70. It just adds a little fun to it. Use them where it is legal.
  4. I'm one of the lucky ones, I can step out my back door and shoot out to 900 yards whenever I want. Today I shot the SW 2" model 19 and SW 642 at paper. I can get out steel targets and place all over and use whatever I want at whatever distance I want. I have a couple great nephews who are just getting into shooting. We get out everything 22s, 38s, 45s, 223, 308, 30-06, 45/70 their eyes light up. I just have to limit what I take out, they'd shoot up everything I have. They may never get the chance to shoot as much as we have.
  5. I'll have to think about it. I'm in, see you there.
  6. The condition says it would be a shooter to me. In that condition, nothing special about being a black diamond. If it functions, I would say 300$ and do what you want to it. It's not in collecting condition.
  7. Watched both of them, we're proud of you Kaya.
  8. Go with a Bond in the caliber you like and reload them. You can reload some pretty soft loads. You ask about accuracy, at Paradise Pass we shoot them at the long range side match. You will be surprised at what you can hit, you won't know if you don't try. It's all about having fun at Cowboys.
  9. That is nice, it will shoot as good as it looks. I've got one that is a tack driver. If your wife shoots it, you won't ever get it back.
  10. You'll do fine, just be yourself. I hope all that shooting at long range helped you on that nice buck. Why isn't there any photos of Slim with a deer? Good luck
  11. I worked on some today, and the tumbler is running now. Bad weather is good for something, it's easier to load when it's nasty out. Slim, you forgot to add that Kaya probably loaded most of it. Hope your family has a happy holiday.
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