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Nickel City Dude

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  1. Here is the Conclusion page (261) CONCLUSION For the reasons stated above, we AFFIRM the injunctions in part, VACATE in part, and REMAND for proceedings consistent with this opinion. In summary, we uphold the district court’s injunctions with respect to N.Y. Penal L. § 400.00(1)(o)(iv) (social media disclosure); N.Y. Penal L. § 265.01-d (restricted locations) as applied to private property held open to the general public; and N.Y. Penal L. § 265.01-e(2)(c) as applied to Pastor Spencer, the Tabernacle Family Church, its members, or their agents and licensees. We vacate the injunctions in all other respects, having concluded either that the district court lacked jurisdiction because no plaintiff had Article III standing to challenge the laws or that the challenged laws do not violate the Constitution on their face.116 116 We emphasize that we are here reviewing facial challenges to these provisions at a very early stage of this litigation. A preliminary injunction is not a full merits decision, but rather addresses only the “likelihood of success on the merits.” Salinger v. Colting, 607 F.3d 68, 79 (2d Cir. 2010) (emphasis added); see also Amoco Prod. Co. v. Vill. of Gambell, AK, 480 U.S. 531, 546 n.12 (1987) (“The standard for a preliminary injunction is essentially the same as for a permanent injunction with the exception that the plaintiff must show a likelihood of success on the merits rather than actual success.”). Our affirmance or vacatur of the district courts’ injunctions does not determine the ultimate constitutionality of the challenged CCIA provisions, which await further briefing, discovery, and historical analysis, both in these cases as they proceed and perhaps in other cases. And here is the link just in case you are interested in reading the entire 261 pages. I skimmed threw them last night but did not read all of what is there. https://saf.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/12/176-opinion.pdf
  2. I tried coated bullets in my 1873 Springfield musket and the results were terrable. After about the 3rd bullet I had a great deal of trouble getting them down the barrle. '
  3. You are probably correct as this is the pattern they have used in the past. Gosh I wish I could leave NY and go to a free state.
  4. Does this now apply to the entire state? And can Hochul go judge shopping and get it reversed?
  5. SD, I really appreciate you posting this, but I am not sure what the final result of this is. The article ended without a final statement. Can you please enlighten me?
  6. Wow, no reflection on your post but isn't that kind of a high price to pay for a tapered shell. A wise man once told me, "Steel a man’s wallet and you make him poor for a week, but introduce him to CAS and you will make him poor for the rest of his life", LOL
  7. Sometimes at the final crimp a reloader will mushroom a shell. There are tools that can remove the mushroom effect and even some that will put a taper on the hull so it will shuck out of the chamber with less drag.
  8. A friend of mine that does bluing told me that the reason so many people are having problems with the Uberti screws is because when they blue the screws they do not allow enough time to pass in the neutralizer solution before they put them in the guns. And the blueing process salts are still active on the screws and then react with the bluing on the gun thus welding themselves to the gun.
  9. There is a 73 posted on this sight here is a link,
  10. Kroil was always my go to product for stubborn or rusted in screws. But recently I tried a new product that worked when Kroil failed. It is called Superzilla and I got it on Amazon. I was amazed how well it worked. A minature impact driver might be helpful also. Just my two cents.
  11. first it is a bad idea to put your email address or phone number in a WTB add. Bad people surf web forums like ours looking for this. Then they search the web and find a picture of what you are looking for and send it to you like they have it for sale. Once you send the money you never hear from them again. At least with a PM you stand a chance of knowing if they have a presence on the forum and can see how long they have been a member. And if you receive a PM telling you that they have a friend that has just what you are looking for and here is a link to his email address check to see how many posts they have because if the only post they have is the PM they just sent to you, you can bet that they are out to steel your money. Just my two cents.
  12. Have you considered a C-Z sharp-tail coach gun. There is a nice one for sale on this forum.
  13. There is a new one for sale in the Merchant Cornor
  14. Cheddite primers are larger then Winchester primers. I have had trouble with them not seating all the way in Remington Gun Club hulls but I don't load enough AA's to be able to say anything. But if the primer is not seated in the hull all the way sometimes the first hit pushes it the rest of the way into the primer pocket and then the second hit will then set it off. You might want to check to see if you have some that are not fully seated.
  15. It would probably be about $50 to ship from me to you.
  16. I have a barely used Rugid Gear 4 gun for sale $450. But I am in Western NY.
  17. If you are talking blanks, then there is another problem you have to address. Primers backing out. This can be fixed in most cases by enlarging the primer hole. I have been making blanks for Civil War and Cowboy reenacting for over 30 years and if you drill out the primer hole with a 1/8" drill in most cases the primer backing out will stop. There are also some more problems you can encounter such as chain firing and extraction issues. Send me a PM if you would like more detailed information on the subject of making blanks.
  18. This is a common occurrence with Uberti revolvers. If you feel comfortable with it just a few strokes with a fine file will remove the sharpness of the bump and you are good to go. You just need to give it a ramp type effect. The Head space area is mainly just behind the cartridge that is in line with the hammer. The bump is well away from this area.
  19. CL You should seriously consider reloading for which ever caliber you decide on. It will save you money and it tends to become a fun hobby all of its own.
  20. When I first started shooting muskets with the N-SSA I was lucky enough to have a Mentor that taught me much of what I know now. We shot together for about 30 years and every time I was having a problem, he almost always had the answer or was able to figure out what needed to be done. He died about 10 years ago and I have tried to pass along what he taught me but not many young people are interested in Musket shooting. I have been able to pass along some of what he taught me, and I get a warm fuzzy feeling when I realize that what I just told someone is pretty much what he said to me years ago.
  21. I know of several cowboy reenactors that use floral foam in their blanks and it seems to work for them.
  22. CR I forgot to tell you that for the blanks I make for the 357 revolver I start with 38 short Colt brass I get from Starline. I used to just cut down 38 Spl. brass but the short Colt are more uniform, and I can make them on my 650 Dillon so I can make a bunch in a short period of time. I make them short because all commercial blank guns use 380 or 9mm blanks and these will fit in them also. The biggest hurtle with blanks for a revolver is to get them not to chain fire and to not have anything solid flying out of the barrel but at the same time not allowing the black powder to leak from the cartridge. Here is a picture of the way my 650 set up for 357 blanks with two powder throws. One for the black powder and the other for COW. If you would like more details about how to make blanks just send me a pm with your email or phone #. I would be happy to share my successes and failures with you.
  23. I have been making blanks for 44-40 for about 30 years. I used to reenact the Civil War and used an 1860 Henry. I found that using 44 Mag brass worked better than the 44-40. In a rifle the primer backing out is not usually an issue, but you definitely need to drill out the primer hole to keep that rascally little primer in check. I also use a 1/8 drill to open the hole. I star crimped the end of the cartridge so it would feed better in a lever gun. With a revolver it is not as critical. About 20 grains of black powder is what I used. Makes a good bang and enough smoke to look good. I have also made 38 cal. blanks with black powder, but I only use about 12 grains in them so I can use 10 grains of Cream of Wheat to protect the blanks from chain firing. It is hard to tell the difference in sound and smoke between the 44 Mag. blanks and the 38. If this works, I will post some pictures.
  24. Do you know if the person that bought them would be interested in selling the rear sight that is second from the right?
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