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  4. 1. RCBS Carbide 3 -Die Set - Long Colt 45 Part # 19112 Basically new- I only used decapping/sizing die 2 RCBS Shell holders #23 QTY 148 Hornady >45 Cal .452 Dia 200grain SWC Bullets Qty 228 Mixed head stamp de-primed and polished brass cases QTY 24 Mixed head stamp polish brass cases but not de-primed $50.00 plus shipping 9lbs 8" x 6" x 4" 2. Lee Carbide 3 - Die Set with Shell Holder and Powder scoop 44 Magnum Part # 90512 - used Qty 91 Hornady Hollow Point / XTP Bullets #44100 .430 Dia 200 grains Qty 42 Mixed Head stamp once fired brass $40.00 plus Shipping 5lbs 6" x 6" x 6" 3. RCBS Carbide 3 - Die Set 45-70 Part # 20904 New never used RCBS Shell Holder #14 Qty 32 once shot Brass 45-70 Reloading Manual $50.00 plus shipping 4 lbs 9" x 6" x 4" 4. Cheyenne Pioneer Cartridge Boxes 45 Colt (Long Colt) Chipboard Pack of 5 New $10.00 plus shipping 1 lb 9" x 6" 4" 5. RCBS Automatic primer feeder. NEW $15 Shipped TYD 6. Plastic shot shell boxes QTY 7 12ga - QTY 1 20ga $8.00 plus shipping 3 lbs 10" x 10" x 6" 7. 2 plastic pistol cartridge boxes and 2 Rifle cartridge boxes $4.00 plus shipping 3lbs 14" x 9" x 5" 8. Canvas bag 18" x 11" I used this for spent brass $4.00 shipped TYD or $2.00 with anything else 9. Qty 527 mixed head stamp once fired .45acp brass $10 plus shipping 9lbs 6" x 6" x 6" 10. Qty 738 44 cal .430 300 grain Lead SWC Bullets $40.00 29lbs - 8" x 8"x 8" #11 to #14 below would have to be A FTF sale in Fond du lac/ Ripon/ Montello area WI 11. QTY 238 mixed head stamped primed brass 44 mag. $5.00 12. Qty 1000 Federal No. 150 Large Pistol Primers $15.00 13. QTY 1370 CCI No. 300 Large Pistol Primers $18.00 14. Qty 200 Winchester Large rifle primers WLR and 100 Small Pistol Primers WSP $5.00 15. I have 2 items I don't know exactly what they go with - The one I believe is a sizing die and is marked 429 and the other is some type of shell holder that is threaded into the black base and is marked #4 anyone have a need for them??? SHIPPING IS NOT INCLUDED UNLESS STATED TYD AND FOR EVERYTHING ELSE IT WILL BE THE EXACT SHIPPING - USPS PARCEL SELECT FROM 54937. Weight and box dimensions of each are provided so you can get a approx. cost via USPS web site.
  5. You mean to say we'..ve actually got something BEFORE you guys..had those fancy hand dryers for years, now speak of taps & they have all the different contraptions fitted to them, no longer a simple matter of just turning them on !!1
  6. Whilst I do get the reference; I have difficulty with the pictured person ..... I'm guessing that the jewellery has some significance ....
  7. I suggest that you get a knowledgable gunsmith to polish the chamber of your weapon. Cat Brules
  8. This particular gun is a Uberti-Baretta 1873 replica. It is unusually tight in the chamber, which makes it sensitive to poly coatings, as well as bullet crimp. The slightest burr left on a round, or banana bend stops bullets from chambering smoothly, which slows things down, and sometimes they even jamb solidly, requiring a squib rod. I've tried coated bullets from several prominent commercial sources (prefer not to name them here). It isn't the bullets that cause the problem, it is the gun.
  9. Then there's the Louisiana surrender, pistol out pointing at the target.LOL
  10. Smokeless I use 2.9 gns Trail Boss 165 gn pill for pistol and 180 gn pill for rifle. BP 9 gn APP 165 gn pill.
  11. Might be a good idea for C&I to at least obtain and set up a phone answering system that provides information to clients and potential clients, so clients don’t just “blow off” C&I as a source for firearms, parts, and service. But, as the Bard said many times, “A man oughtta do what he thinks is right!” People don’t like even the appearance of an “attitude” from a business that leaves them with more questions than they started with, especially if they are “in-process” in a business dealing with that company. If a customer feels slighted, he likely will not come back. People also do not like the term, “misunderstanding”.....Hurt feelings translate to ill will. That can be headed off with proper communication. It is the responsibility of the business to ensure proper communication with their clientele and that there are no misunderstandings. Just a heads up. Glad everyone one is well and staying busy. Cat Brules
  12. "You have to go out. You don't have to come back." https://ftw.usatoday.com/2018/12/coast-guard-training-in-massive-surf-captured-in-stunning-photos?utm_source=outbrain_ftw&utm_medium=recirc&utm_campaign=rail&obOrigUrl=true https://coastguard.dodlive.mil/2009/09/surf-training-at-station-bodega-bay/
  13. Those of us who are shorter (less than 6') only get a MS because we didn't lean as far. Tall folks (more than 6') earn a SDQ because they lean toooooooo far. ..........Widder
  14. Seriously, if that’s possible: I recall in the 5th and 6th grade, all bundled up pulling my sled, with my books and lunch strapped to it, about 1 1/2 miles to and from school at minus -20 degrees (below zero) in the morning, and maybe -5 degrees later in the day, walking home in the afternoon. We lived on an island in the middle of a large river in the Northeast US. Some years later, in high school, in Europe, I dealt with similar low temps walking 2+ miles each way to/from school. You must keep moving. Cat Brules
  15. Mailed mine in. Because of the holiday, I don't expect to arrive until Wednesday/Thursday. Frontiersman! Can't wait to finally meet some of you guys! --Dawg
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