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Nugget Joe

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About Nugget Joe

  • Birthday 07/02/1957

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    Albany, New York
  • Interests
    A lot, mostly outdoor stuff. Hunt, fish, camp, metal detect and I really want to ride a horse...

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  1. Other than having the old rabbit ears on top of the tube tv, is there any service you don’t pay for.. we are so used to pay to watch our tv’s now, my pop would roll over in his grave. Ahhh the days I was the first remote for my mom and dad, I was the one who turned the dial,,,, anyway Apple is just another addition the bunch now.
  2. Wow, I find it hard to believe some folks here say no to primers but, have no problem buying other stuff from China...or maybe they don’t know they do...look at the labels folks.
  3. Nugget Joe

    Ammo Life

    Good to know, thanks for the info. I now wish I loaded a lot more back then.
  4. I guess I would, we All buy products made in other countries. All of us.. if you reading this and responding.......... ”Bear in mind that computers assembled in the U.S. are comprised of components shipped in from all over the world. Unless you custom-fabricate your own circuitry, it is next to impossible to build a PC exclusively sourced from North America. The mainstream supply chain for parts and components is predominantly of Asian origination. ” I WOULD like to buy only US made products (and I try) but, I do not see it as possible.
  5. Nugget Joe

    Ammo Life

    This is kinda a follow up to my re-start reloading thread. Since it may be a bit before the reloading bench reopens. Have to rebuy all equipment and supplies, which like you guys mentioned in my other thread, may be awhile. For my Ruger Vaquero I have from my past reloading on hand, 300 rounds of Cowboy Action 45lc (reloads) and a 50 count of some pretty potent Buffalo Bore cartridges. My Vaquero is one off the heavy originals so I have put a few heavy rounds through it in the past, not allot, but a few in hunting situations. Anyway my question. Shelf life on reloaded cartridges? I'm sure there are variables and no solid answers but, just thoughts would be appreciated. I want to say my reloading, after many years, ceased around 8-10 years ago. Thanks again, Joe PS, bottom line I would really like to get into Cowboy Action shooting which may not happen until the wife and I make our move to the Carolinas from a NY. (which I can't wait to get out of)
  6. Well, I have enough left over from loading 45lc years ago so I guess its just going to be a waiting game. Thanks for all the replies. Joe
  7. Ahh. So we suffer. Oh well, I’ll go on the search..
  8. Back many yrs ago I used to reload all my own cartridges from 45-70 to 45lc. I now have the time and interest to start reloading again. My question for someone who has been out of shooting for years,,,,, where are all the primers? A follow up from what I’m seeing, is reloading going to be a thing of the past? I remember buying primers in thousands and the cost substantially less expensive than the prices I’m seeing now, of course all out of stock... Thanks.
  9. Looks like some fill and a few repairs will set it straight. Looks like a nice stage...
  10. At one time back a few years I had. 454CAS. Not really sure why I got rid of it, most likely NYS fees..
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