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Max Payne

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  1. I just use my hand. I use 3x3 patches for 38's.
  2. It's easy to get use to & not really hear the alarm, much like you get used to a Granddaddy clock bonging on the hour. I watch the pointer on every pull of the handle, which has worked well for me on both the 650 & the 1050.
  3. I had one of the Carbon fiber versions, & it stuck to the inside of the magazine as if it were welded. I had a heck of a time getting it out. I think the alum ones are much easier to work with. I have used the alum ones from Jimmy Spurs & from Lefty Wheeler. My wife & I have shot thousands of rounds with & without the inserts. The premise sounds great, but in reality I can't tell any difference with or without. It does seem to eliminate or at least minimize corrosion on the inside of the mag tube.
  4. It's not coming. I see you cruising the Forum non-stop, making condescending & sarcastic remarks, looking to stir up a good "back & forth" with anyone who will take the bait. I believe the Sass Forums are intended for positive supporting cowboys to befriend & help each other. I'm not interested in cutting each other up publicly just so you can satisfy some warped need. I think there's a good reason you were banned from the Forums for a period of time. I'd like us to not read or respond to each other's comments further, but I know you won't be able to resist. That's it for me. You didn't even get my blood pressure up. Sorry (not really).
  5. When I first saw this, I was really interested, because it appeared it was one of the stops on the 9000. Upon reading the writeup a couple more times, it registered with me that after your shells are loaded, you replace your normal crimp die with this one & run all of your completed shells thru again. I don't really want to do that. Maybe having another simple press that I leave set up with this die is the way to go.
  6. Max Payne


    I've never found Ammo-Seek to be of any value.
  7. Hello, Tall Tale Todd. I appears you understood my response.
  8. Thanks for the great feedback & suggestions! This will help greatly as I proceed to help this lady.
  9. My goal with this post was to learn as much as I can,& to get good suggestions on how to proceed. Thanks to all of you, Mission Accomplished! Fortunately, I have no time constraints, so I can do this right.
  10. I started watching it, but went to make a sandwich while it was running. I think it's still going, so I'll jump back in & watch the end.
  11. Sorry, phantom, but I'm too lazy to answer in detail. And, I'm having a cocktail after cleaning my wife's BP guns from the SER. I'm going to proceed with caution & learn as I go.
  12. You can remove the bolt with the lever in place, if you need to. The extension should clear the hammer enough to pull it out. Some come that way, & some don't. For the ones that don't, you can dremel enough off the top of the hammer so it will clear. Some don't clean the goodies under the side plate but once per year. I like to clean there after 12 stages or so. You can spray the carrier & bolt area with CRC QD electronic cleaner after each shoot & spray a little BreakFree.
  13. I agree, but I'm not going to do anything stupid. I have reason to believe this particular rifle is worth much more than this crowd will be willing to pay. No offense intended.
  14. I think you're right. I have gotten some good feedback, both on & off the wire.
  15. Rainmaker, what a great guy you are! Always willing to help out.
  16. Thank you. I'll get some better pics together.
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