The only issue I've really come across is an under gassed AR pistol that won't lock the bolt open reliably
Has anybody put optics on your s&w shield plus optics ready pistol?
I'm new to pistol optics, and I think the footprint on the slide is RMSc.
I've almost bought one of those a few times. Never actually pulled the trigger on one though
Just once, it was a Taurus revolver.
Nice job. Pretty cool that you could make that work.
I have not found that to be the case for all those books. I have one for every caliber I load for and some of them have Hornady 10th edition data
Out of what I have, the SKS would be my 3rd place choice. However, I'd love a VZ58.
Awesome, thanks guys!
Does the savage 12v have the same action as a 10/110? Like could you use a chassis or stock for the 10/110 on the 12v?
I'd have to get some decent glass to put on it too
Holy cow that is bananas accurate! A .147 MOA rifle...
It seems I need to take a look at savage rifles a little closer.
I am wanting a new bolt action rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor. Mostly as a bench rifle to shoot long(er) range, but that could be used as a hunting rifle...
I'm beginning to think that I may have encountered crimps before, but just didn't realize it.
Have any of you come across 9mm brass with primer crimps? My brother in law wants to start reloading, but is convinced he needs to swage his 9mm...
I use the Lee and Hornady books. I prefer the Hornady book. I find the format of the data is more to my liking, as well as the powder selections
I had one once in an old revolver. I noticed it and thankfully didn't shoot another round.
I've got one of those Henry's H001 rifles too. I've found mine to be very accurate out to 50 yards or so with a wide variety of ammo. I've had...
My Mossberg 51m I used to own, the most finicky gun I ever shot
So I've been loading my own 9mm (and other calibers) for about 4 years now and never was able to get them through a chronograph.
I had a thunder 380, but sold it because it hurt my hand to shoot...
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