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Kid Rich

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  1. Picked up 1K CCI srp for $49.99 at a retail store last nite. Sounds like some of these places are gettin a little extra "margin". kR
  2. I have NEVER seen a cattleguard/gate combination. One or the other. I grew up and lived in cattle country. kR
  3. I picked up 1K srp last nite at a retail store for $49.99. They work fine in sp calibers. Also picked up 1100 209s yesterday at a WW. kR
  4. Clay Range reservations used to be made on the phone. They now have to be made online. kR
  5. Nother "Hey Sue". Callin the Clay range just gets you another site to do the res on line. kR
  6. Tried lookin at the pics Sue. I couldn't verify I was You. kR
  7. Trail Boss is a very high pressure powder/considering the velocity you get from it. I would not shoot it in any of my trapdoors. kR
  8. Most side matches use four rounds in the pocket pistols. You can't use a pocket pistol as your main match pistol. kR
  9. The proper load for a ROA is the ball should just be shaved a bit by the forcing cone when you turn the cyl around. kR
  10. My drying time is 35-40 minutes in an oven at 255 degrees. Or if the sun is out in AZ just throw them on a cloth in the backyard for a while. When you bring them in the house don't touch them they will burn you. kR
  11. The key here is DRY THE BRASS quickly after it is in your BP rinse. It really makes no difference if it was a BP round or smokiless, if the brass spends any amount of time wet it can corrode and the primers will come apart when you deprime. There was a thread on here a couple of years ago started by Boulder Canyon Bob with the same problem. kR
  12. hope to see you down the road Sleepy. We have missed you. kR
  13. I have a really nice PPKS that is brushed stainless and is made in Germany. kR
  14. We just got home from that shoot. .Nice folks, great shoot. A definite go again shoot. Also bought several ponds of powder and some shotgun primers there. There were some LP primers but I did not need any. We did find a case of AA 980's and small pistol and more SG primers on the way home at Cabelas in Billings MT kR
  15. We picked up four boxes of Winchester LNLR at SW in Twin Falls this week. Same price but limit was 2 boxes per customer. kR PS About $1 more per box than a year ago.
  16. That is true. I had a conversation with a guy a couple years ago that claimed to be a member of a club I shoot at. I told him I was interested in what he was selling but wanted to meet ftf to make sure it was what I wanted. He refused. I asked the MD of that club if he knew the guy and he had never heard of him. Scammer all the way. kR
  17. Yep got to have a price. I posted something for sale at WR on here and it was deleted because I did not put a price on it. kR
  18. WW yesterday Remington Thunderbolt 22 ammo brick of 500 $31 tax included. kR
  19. The directory is on www.mountaindirectory.com . 1 800 594 5999. they have an east and a west version. Very helpful. kR
  20. There is a book that shows the routes to take for truckers or RVers that shows grades and such I will try to find it later today and post it for you. kR
  21. The hammer plunger spring and related parts are not the same as the 17# and 19 # springs you refer to in your post. The plunger spring is a very small part that fits into the hammer. Th 17# and 19# springs you refer to are mainsprings that are actually contained in the grip frame and drive the hammer forward to set off the primer. kR
  22. I know of several top shooters that do use adhesive backed metal tape on their front sights. kR
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