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  1. Is Altamont good for imitation ivory and stag.
  2. How does the wagon work? I had seen several say the smaller wheels arent ideal and that for rough terrain, the larger 3 wheel strollers would be preferred
  3. let me clarify SASS - muzzle up sporting clays, 2-gun, 3-gun - muzzle down I'm trying to find out if its possible to have 1 cart to use in all different shooting sports
  4. I was originally going to build a wooden cart, but doing some more reading, I think I'd like to go for something based on a jogging stroller. Two things: 1. can anyone who's built one that carries a SXS shotgun show how you have it mounted? 2. Can the mounts be reversed so that the muzzle points down? I might eventually like to shoot "tactical" multigun and they carry guns muzzle down, so ideally I'd like 1 cart to be used with both.
  5. I use the Frankford Arsenal tumbler. Comes with the SS media which is a nice plus. I picked it up from Amazon for $120 and I’m happy, although since ive only been loading for a few years, its all ive known. I know the HF double drum rock tumblers are popular if you want to keep it cheaper. i had not come across car wash and wax, though. Will look into that.
  6. what's the Tempilaq for? To see if you are annealing long enough? I was thinking about getting an Annealeez and I guess this helps you determine the time under flame?
  7. No worries, I'd definitely use nice rubber wheels. The only reason I posted that Amish cart was that was the only pic I found of a coach gun in what I'd call a "short" cart. I'd like to build something similar to the mustang cart. I just wasn't sure how a coach gun would fit in there.
  8. Chancy, what's the length of the section the shotgun sits in. For me, I think I just have to figure out the best comprise - long enough to get the coach gun to sit comfortably, but as short as possible to keep overall length down. I found another thread that had the lower section at 17". And then you a box/seat after that and it starts getting long.
  9. I really like the Mustang woodcrafters cart and would like to build something similar. https://www.mustangwoodcrafters.com but I’m not sure about the feasibility of storing a coach gun. I found a pic here and while it appears to work, I’m not sure how stable that is. http://www.storesonlinepro.com/store/4327474/product/cowboy action shooting gun cart anyone have a setup like this?
  10. I’m not sure i have anything to add, but i just got home from the range 30 min ago. i had a brand new Winchester 1873, my first centerfire lever action. I had fifty 45 colt rounds i had loaded up (first time loading this round). I used 205gr Bear Creek bullets over unique. I had 10 each with 6.0, 6.5, 7.0, 7.5 and 8.0gr Unique. And.....Im not sure i felt much of difference. I do remember thinking, with my first shots of the 6.0gr loads, this is much lighter than i was expecting. I had never shot 45 colt before. All seemed to group the same, too. i guess I’m just going to go forward with 6gr for nothing else then to save a little powder? I guess i was expecting to noticed a little difference in something but i’m far from the expert on load development.
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