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Red Eye Jim

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  • Birthday 05/09/1968

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  1. I am looking at going that way myself after I put my bike on the market...
  2. I would think in a real world scenario would depend on the actual jurisdiction in question, the political views of the current DA, is it also an election year, as well as how the new item is playing out in the local press, and if (Lord forbid) the story took national traction.
  3. Personally I'm considering the round because I think it will work in Vaquero with a .45 ACP only cylinder...
  4. There's fits perfect, and fits snug. In my testing I'm finding that rounds that fall in the "fits snug" category (Say the rim doesn't drop all the way in with just gravity, but goes in with just a little pressure, but may require a little pressure get out.) can actually cause the gun to stick a little on the spin, or worse cause it to jam after it's fired. Especially if it's the second or third round in.
  5. Warden, I use a .452 mostly because it's a polymer coat. That my issue then you think?
  6. I'm thinking about picking up some .45 Cowboy special brass. A couple of questions. Am I correct in thinking that my Dillon .45 ACP dies setup for my WB loads (200 Grain RNFP) with my .45 Colt plate would be the loading method? Also would these rounds work in my Ruger Birdshead with the .45ACP cylinder or would that need some gunsmithing? Right now it seems like the only rounds my .45ACP Birdshead will work with are ones that can drop into a .45ACP case gage and drop out without issue.
  7. Red Eye Jim


    Dave, Bottles has at least 10 different bourbons on that shelf... And congrats Noz.
  8. That's almost tempting, although her alias is Low More... (It's actually how you pronounce her first name..)
  9. I did almost go with Jim E. Crackcorn...
  10. I usually try and keep the RV to about 60-65 when on the Freeway and I stay in the right lane. On a 2 lane road I'm usually going 55-60, although I'll slow to posted limits for corners. Sorry if that's too slow for you all.
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