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Long Hunter SASS #20389L

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  1. I load right below the the top of lube ring and use a Dillon taper crimp die. Zero case mouth exposed when loaded this way and plenty of length to run like butter. Use same load in rifle and revolvers.
  2. Snakebite, I've added the links to the original post. The bottom link is the speed loader holsters. They are in the process of being made. It may be a couple of week before we receive our inventory. I do have a black, brown and mahogany one in stock. If I see the order come through for one of these three, we'll send it out. Used the brown holder for the video. Thanks
  3. Howdy, Here's a short unprofessional video about how to use our new speed loaders: https://www.longhunt.com/storelh/index.php?route=product/product&path=88_96&product_id=441 https://www.longhunt.com/storelh/index.php?route=product/product&path=88_96&product_id=442 https://www.longhunt.com/storelh/index.php?route=product/product&path=88_96&product_id=443 IMG_0242_Trim.mp4
  4. Welcome to my World. Long Hunter Top 10 Windiest Cities in the US [Update 2022] The title must have triggered you to be right here, reading this. If you are from a hot and humid city, you must love wind. Yet, there are some cities in the world which are the windiest. People hate to be there and the speed of the wind is tremendous. Wellington, New Zealand, is the windiest city in the entire world. The speed of the wind there is more than 16 miles per hour. Nonetheless, you can also find these kinds of cities in the US. Here goes a list of the windiest cities in the US: 1. Amarillo, Texas
  5. The only problem I have with with Bisley Joe is I have to look up a new word to me in a lot of his post. At least I'm getting a little edumacated. :-) kow·tow 1. Act in an excessively subservient manner. 2.Kneel and touch the ground with the forehead in worship or submission as part of Chinese custom.
  6. For those of you that were not around 20 years ago to argue with Bisley Joe, this is a fun read. :-) Have always appreciated his articulate points of view. His opinion is just that, his opinion. So is mine and everyone else that express their views on the wire.
  7. Howdy, We launched a new product today. It's the solid brass lever action "Match and Practice Speed Loaders". Fast and efficient loaders. Mernickle Holsters is designing a "Speed Loader Holster" for the match loader to fit at an angle on the back of the gun belt. The "Match Loader" holds five .357/38sp rounds and is 11.5" long and weighs 7.4 ounces. The "Practice Loader" holds ten .357/38sp rounds and is 18.5" long and weighs 11.4 ounces. Here are the links: https://www.longhunt.com/storelh/index.php?route=product/product&path=88_96&product_id=441 https://www.longhunt.com/storelh/index.php?route=product/product&path=88_96&product_id=442 Thank you, Long Hunter
  8. Appreciate everyone's understanding. We will be open today and tomorrow 10-6. Thank you!! Long Hunter
  9. Thank you!! I've edited the post we'll be closed until the 4-29 or 4-30. Not sure due to helping our sister-in-law.
  10. Howdy, My brother passed away this morning. We'll be closed until 4-29-22 or 4-30-22 Thank you for your understanding, Long Hunter
  11. Hey Dan, Been a long time. Good to see you on the wire. I always used magnum primers with my cowboy loads to help with a more consistent powder burn. You can decrease your load by .2 with a magnum primer to achieve the same velocity as a standard primer. My favorite 105 gr. 38 load is 4.0 grains of N320 with a Federal magnum primer and 4.2 with a standard primer. Loads for particular guns can vary due too cylinder gap, chamber diameter, bullet diameter and barrel length. Variations in manufactured brass and primers can also affect load data. My lowest deviations are with a 125 grain bullet with a magnum primer and 3.7 grains of N320.
  12. My favorite powder. Meters well, clean burning and gives low standard deviations with a proper crimp. Here's a link to the VV load data I worked up for them in 2005. With a lighter 105 grain bullet, you'll need to step up the charge .2-.3 to equal the 125 grain bullet velocities. http://merlin555.free.fr/pn/Vihtavuori_Cowboy_Data.pdf
  13. Howdy, We received a nice supply of various revolvers from Taylor's. Had a customer on Facebook ask about some 38-40's but we no longer have an account with them. In case he reads this, we received a pair of 4.75" and a pair of 5.5" Cattleman in 38-40. Ride easy, Long Hunter
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