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Kid Rich

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  1. Shirttail Bess just used something called "Maxx BLU" its a wipe, works very well. She used it on a pair of CCH revolvers that had some rust patches. Took all the rust off and never affected the CCH. kR
  2. Try one of the sites that has obsolete or antique brass you may be able to find more about them. kR
  3. Shot mine this morning, quite peppy with 51gs of 2f and a 300g bullet. Most accurate with that bullet was 40gs. kR
  4. PM me your Cell# and I will send them to you in a text. kR
  5. I just checked the Dillon catalogue and they retail for $93. I guess I would sell them for $50 shipped. kR
  6. I have one I might part with if the offer is right; kR
  7. I have shot on small posse's where everyone worked. Then go to the next stage and everyone takes a few minutes to load and off you go. kR
  8. We were so sorry we had to cancel this year. A Great shoot at a great club. kR
  9. In college when I was taking statistics and business statistics you were supposed to show all the steps to the answers. I didn't and the instructor told the rest of the class I was the exception to that rule, don't worry about it. kR
  10. I believe you would find the Mosin-Nagant still in service altho not in production. kR
  11. At that point in time all of the targets became knockdowns. kR
  12. Nothing complicated about it. Put tape on the metal part of the sg where the stock used to fit put the stock back on, fill the hole where the wood used to be. When it sets up remove the stock, the tape will prevent the JB Weld from sticking to the metal. This is for a stock that has broken. If you want to prevent this from happing take the stock off look for shiny spots where wood and metal contact (where the op's sg broke) sand them a little and put sg back together. KEY word here is a LITTLE. kR
  13. That crack is common on those shotguns. Comes from poorly done inletting. Easy fix is take stock off put tape on metal replace stock and fill hole with JB Weld when it hardens you can file it to form. kR
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