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  1. I have had very good success with Shooter's World Clean Shot, 7/8 oz of #8 shot with a recipe I found here on the wire. No perceptible difference between it and factory Winchester LRLN.
  2. I believe those to be Herter's Made in USA target brand.380 ACP, sold at BassPro and Cabalas, at least that is what the headstamp indicates. Why they are not 9x17mm is a good question.
  3. I have been using CCI primers for years with out any issue in my non-CAS firearms. I recently tested my "stock" NMV with 15lb hammer springs with both CCI and Winchester small pistol primers and had no failures to fire. Good to have options.
  4. #18 drops just under ~15.0 grains of Clean Shot for me.
  5. It's a long way to Australia to buy primers for us here in the USofA.
  6. Here is a picture of the die components. Is it possible one is not correct for the die set? Also, with the die body being aluminum is there some defect in the die body not allowing the powder through expander plug to move freely up into the die body? With the die set up, powder adaptor, the expander plug move up into the die body about a 1/4" before it hits the powder adapter. If the die and clean and the expander plug is under tension, as others have suggested the die is most likely defective. Lee should replace it without any trouble.
  7. I have a Lee 38 S/L Colt die set bought about 2 months ago. The flaring plug does extend beyond the bottom of the die, however it moves freely up into the die body. It works perfectly fine set up for use in my Hornady AmmoPlant.
  8. I will take #4, 4. Ruger factory black plastic grips off a New Vaquero. Too skinny for me. 30.00 shipped Please let me know how you wish to proceed, thanks pard!
  9. Continued prayers for healing and comfort.
  10. Looks like the domain registration is in the process of being transferred to Verisign. Once the registration is transferred you can look it up here: https://lookup.icann.org/lookup to verify.
  11. AR15.com is back up at: https://www.ar15-backup.com
  12. I tip my hat in awe to you Pard. Amazing craftsmanship. Thank you for sharing.
  13. I have been using a CD 512 for about 6 months now from Jay @ Boomstick Arms. The barrels have been cut to 22", and has his full action job. He really does great work, the shotgun is lightweight and handles really well. The forcing cones have been lengthened and a Kick-eez recoil pad added, which does help with recoil I also have a 512T (coach model) from Jay did without a Kick-eez, but with all the same work done as the 512 and you can tell a difference in recoil. It's been a great shotgun for the money. It was a big upgrade from the Stoeger I was using so if you are looking for a good
  14. Loading a heeled bullet like the .22lr through a side loading gate is a problem.
  15. If SASS offered the Life membership payment plan again this year I would upgrade my annual membership to life.
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