My M1 Garand. Wanted one for years. Finally got one and it wouldn't run.
I was getting ready to throw parts at it. Ran into a competitive high...
I got into casting for the same reason I got into reloading.
To save money.
Hasn't really worked out that way, but I love doing it.
I keep all my stuff conviently scattered across a work bench.
I feel REAL sorry for you busy retired guys.
All I see are Glock in the big city and suburbs
I have been toying with 45 super in my 4506.
Would there be an advantage to using .450 brass due to its small primer pocket preventing primer...
Is PPC performance center?
Simply the best. No need to shop anywhere else.
I routinely dunk firearms. Hot water, dawn soap, tooth brush. Blow out with compressed air and set in sun or heating vent. Relube.
I don't understand the purpose of the ventilated rib
I carry his almost every day. colt detective special with wad cutters.
My fathers day present from my son was to help me sort brass today. While that may not sound signficant, think buckets and buckets of mixed...
I have one. It will measure velocity at 5 (?) User selected ranges to 100 yds. The only quirk with mine is I have to have the barrel very close...
I finally bought QuickLoads and began going down that rabbit hole for the last few evenings. There is alot of info going on inside that program.
Your reloading room is nicer than my living room.
i am thinking imr 4895
People do stupid things. I had a First Lieutenant fire a blank inside the tent extension on a M577.
Just pointed it up and pulled the trigger....
The thought crossed my mind
No small fingers here. I own this mistake. I always inspect the powder before putting it in the hopper. A habit I picked up from my father.
Apparently I mixed some powder. I am a firm believer of only having one type of powder on the bench while reloading. I truly do not know how this...
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