Another vote for a Barky!
Personally, I like: Welcome!..Death is inside waiting for you!
You need that green laser that pops balloons......you can see that in daylight just fine.
H-335 for the Beltfed,......IMR-4831 for the hunting rifle loads.
"I was trained that daggers are for killing. No sportsman needs a dagger."
This is the type of thinking some folks have about certain...
You only need the washer if you plan on loading BOTH ...38 and 357. You set the dies up
for 38 then use the washer for 357 loads.
Just set the...
Yep, and you have to keep the same exact Powder with those primers.......LOL!
Cases with brass colored primers usually have Crimped pockets. A sure way to tell that
the brass indeed is once fired is if that crimp is still there.
I put the cases in a 1 gallon ziplock bag, spray a couple of times into the bag, then
make like I'm doing Shake-n-Bake chicken. No mess, no fuss.
I ask to handle the firearms on tables first, most are happy to let me fondle their wares.
I've seen plenty of dropped, dinged, and scuffed guns...
Fast burning powder do not make the best "full house" magnum loads. IME, fast powders
that drive bullets really fast (Like magnum handgun loads)...
To reload for the Desert Eagle, one must load to the upper spectrum of power range and
not use bullets lighter than 240grs. H-110 worked best for...
I didn't think much about breaking in firearms, until I purchased a Colt 1911.
That sucker would not behave until I ran about 200rds through it....
This is why the old books harp about sizing and trimming new brass. I've had Federal
brass like that as well. I think because they know it's...
Try running some brass screens down the barrel while cleaning. Works wonders!
Separate names with a comma.