I have a "camper ax" that the boys use to split firewood. It's basically a hatchet head on a 2/3 length ax handle. Perfect for kids.
Model 66 and Model 18. Forever.
I crimp for most rounds.
I was walking around a local gun show with a lever action. A dealer behind a table grabbed it at my asking price.
I've had the same pair of Pachmyers on my Model 66 revolver for thirty years. They are still solid.
Those plungers can be a real b---- to get pushed in all the way. Been there, done that.
You are probably correct.
From what I remember, Herters didn't manufacture anything. Products can from all over.
I reload 9mm for reliability more than for accuracy. When Green Dot powder became scarce I went to the faster-burning Red Dot. It worked just...
Whitetail deer thrive best in a mixture of trees and open fields.
Varies by state.
Legal in most places. Definitely not allowed in New York and possibly a few other states.
I loaded up a batch using 4.5 grains and they worked perfectly. Thanks guys.
Also, GeoDude, you were right about the difference between AutoComp...
If you reload and can find/save the GAP brass, and if the pistol is cheap, then why not. Go for it.
I found a half pound of Win. AutoComp powder that I had bought in 2017. I can always use some more 9mm loads.
Green Dot is my go-to 9mm powder...
Winchester is my go to brand.
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