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Everything posted by Cholla

  1. I am looking for .32 Short or Long Colt dies or a Lee Classic Loader is the same caliber. These are NOT .32 S&W Long or .32 New Police. Thanks. Edit: I found a seating/crimp die. Still looking for a sizing die and neck expander.
  2. That was a heck of a deal, the dies alone are running up to $100 in today's panic eBay market.
  3. I recommend splitting off the top punches and listing their numbers. I have multiple top punches for each die, based on bullet nose shape. The top punches bring $10-$15 on eBay.
  4. The Bisley was made for a specific shooting style; wrist and elbow bent. See the photo of Pancho Villa shooting one in the match stance. https://gunsmagazine.com/handguns/the-bisley-revolver/
  5. As in, the Holy Grail, hard to obtain for one reason or another. For me, it's the lack of funds. My Grail gun is a 1st generation acid-etched panel Colt SAA Colt Frontier Six-Shooter that hasn't been buffed, re-blued or bubba-ed with in any way, all honest wear, there by making it a $5,000 or more gun.
  6. Keep the Bisley and shoot it. That's said, you couldn't have picked a worse time in history to procure everything needed to reload a new caliber. I am in the process of trying to do the same thing on a few ever rarer caliber cartridge's and it is crazy. The availability is null and prices insane.
  7. Agree. I own a HRA Henry. I use it on occasion to go with the 1872 opentops. They just cry out to play together for "Classic" Cowboy.
  8. Click on the three dots in the upper right corner.
  9. https://www.buffaloarms.com/reloading-supplies-accessories/jacketed-lead-copper-coated-bullets?cat=486&p=3
  10. That's fine. Somehow using ACP brass in an 1880s Forehand & Wadsworth British Bulldog just doesn't seem correct.
  11. Now you tell me. Where were you a month a go before I resold the 32 ACP brass???
  12. I am looking for 100-200 32 S&W brass cases. I tried this before and received .32 ACP cases. They are not the same. Thanks. Got some coming, thanks.
  13. The 400D was based on the Rebel line. The 40D was part of the low/mid-grade professional line. I used to have a 40D but sold it for the 60D. And now I rarely use it.
  14. Wow. My old HVAC instructor live right there. His name was Carl Bessimer (sp?) He lived on the east side of 666 about half way. He was a great teacher at San Juan Basin Vo-Tech. I have missed him over the years. That was 34 years ago. I also used to take lapidary classes from Mr. Sanchez just north of Cortez. Last time we were through there we stopped in and I think we spoke with his daughter. Good times.
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