I pretty much try to buy anything I buy
as if I'll have have it until my passing.
I find I'm a lot happier overall that way.
I have sold some...
One thing to consider is if you're
willing to risk a bite from the animal
if you handle it.
FWIW none of the projectiles that I use
the liquid alox with are of the tumble lube
I guess that's a big problem everywhere.
To me, it's fairly irresponsible around here
because of the large predators and poisonous snakes and the...
I've used the liquid alox for lubing ball-ets
and the Lee REAL bullets for muzzleloading,
and to re-lube cast bullets I've bought that
had a poor...
Maybe I've just been lucky
I've had and extensively used and hunted
with several 742's in 30/06 and 243, and
most recently a 7400 in 308
I try not to use anyone else's " once fired"
after the mess I had a while back.
I used to have an RCBS swager, but since
my time is...
Like the others have said ^ ^ ^ ^
I'd be tickled pink to have an excess
of edibles running around, especially
with all the uncertainty of...
I have several of these
I have one that was given to me that's
old enough to not have a handle stamp.
There was a couple of years I used one
I've had several BLR's
All pre 81's
One Belgium 308
The others were Miroku
No difference at all as far as performance
and reliability and feel...
They are a good knife. I have 2 right here.
FWIW if you get ready for another one, you
can buy those for about 12-15 dollars from
Pretty much it ^ ^ ^
Accuracy is paramount.
All the other things are a distant second.
I have cleaning rods and patches and
several ways to clean...
JMHO- I wouldn't go to the trouble, then
maybe contaminate everything with
bacteria. Every time you handle meat
after it's skinned when...
Blows a projectile seated without powder
out too. . .
I used a dexter beaver knife this last
year to skin the only deer I was able to
take. Probably the best tool I've ever
used for skinning. I've...
" How heavy is. . . "
Not as much as it used to be.
I've done it like everything else.
Gets dumped out, I don't remember
the last time this got...
Some people never learn to properly
sharpen. No shame in it. Not everyone
can fix their own car, not everyone can
weld, some can't cook, etc....
I have some different calls, and have had
decent success with them.
These days I prefer to stay quiet and look
and listen for my prey
I've done the string thing and it works.
These days I prefer to hang my jacket
or a bandana/ handkerchief on a bush
and slowly make my way...
JMHO- I always reccomend the largest
bore you can shoot accurately
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