"Tell me. Show me. Let me try." -repeat as required-
That is the way I like to learn. It is the way I like to teach.
It depends, how high or low, how far away to start with.
Is it something I just want to "hit" like a coyote, rat or commie? Or is it a game...
Got about another tray full ready to lube and lay out to dry tomorrow. Also got about half a tray of 44s laying in the water bucket.
Here is a tip good for students, buddies, and casino gamblers... Don't bet another man at his game in his own back yard.
Took this pic yesterday. Actually set out a third tray to dry today with these.
Williams peep with target adjusting knobs for my 45-70. Extra aperture, Alox lube, couple sets of 1911 grips.
Pouring 44's now. Dumped a few hundred today.
Took apart a couple bullet molds today. The one I just used and the one I want to use next. Inspected, deep cleaned, stoned and smoothed, sprayed...
Lighting = flashlight, I've even brought my spotlight down there looking for something I've dropped before.
6" machinist scale...
If you've convinced your self, thats all that matters.
45-70 340 grain lead round nose, cast from WW and pure lead mix, Alox lube
IMR 3031, 53 grains, gave me 1900 feet per second from my NEF single...
Poured about 100-150 this morning and my buddy took home finished, ready to reload bullets "we" poured.
Oh, we both had our 45-70s our shooting...
I think I'm close to 5000 give or take on the 40 cal bullets and was gonna quit today. Then a buddy called and he is coming over to shoot in the...
All of 'em.
Poured another 800 10mm bullets.
Still working "in the foundry" making 40 cal. bullets and improving the set up a little each day. Got about 3000 so far I think. Soon I'll switch...
I'd buy the same thing I've got, a Savage 110, 30-06. Good for up close or for long range.
If ALL I had was a $1000 or close enough to be...
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