I had huge success using three of the popular brands, all at once, in layers. One was Oxpho.
Too late for joking, I just locked up my 1901 COLT with two feet of weld.
I tumble them together and can usually tell them apart, when separating them on the way to the press for deprime. Doing .380 first, if unsure, the...
I am on the third firing pin. Parts can be tough to find A new mag, last yr, was a nightmare to get my hands on. Hope you get yours good and fixed...
This Excam has been around a long time, and been sanded, cold blued and now bake finished. This was my only handgun, for many years. Actually...
I came across these today, but had to find this pic. A salesman item, I guess. All unopened but one. The guy who gave them said one was used on an...
I can see God
He is puzzled and asking questions while watching Mr. Ballard reload
Just wipe it with something
I have a, little, reversible, handheld RCBS tool and usually, lightly bevel, then chamfer and then repeat.
I wonder if the license plate readers will be used to signal a gun permit owner.
I sort into a few groups, namely 1.245 which covers most range brass where very few would be discarded as too short. This is my trim to length....
Would like mine again. Got one in 1971 ? looked the same. It was accurate
Exactly right, the potheads are largely responsible, an easily seen con job, along with all the rest
You could look for a High Standard,steel framed revolver from the 60s or 70s. Not greatest in looks but cheaper and they are great shooters.
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