I have re-purposed my gun locker (just like it sounds). When I got a proper safe, the locker was given powder & primer storage duties
I am following this thread closely. I have found that my brand of carry ammo isn't as accurate as I once thought. My hand loads are more accurate...
Sunday the Mrs. & I spent a couple of hours at the Sac Valley range. I brought my P226 with 40 & 357 Sig barrels, my shield 9 and my Kimber 10mm....
I have used some H110 in 9X25 Dillon with 124 grain bullets. It is almost too slow in that application & I stick with Longshot in that round.
What is this "tool head" you all speak of? I thought if you bought Dillon, you could
I don't recall ever selling one for charitable reasons, but my Mrs. (who has won 3 gun raffles in a couple of years) donated one of her revolvers...
I will sure find out when I get home! LOL!
Crap! The 357 Sig is still in the tumbler from last night!
Yesterday separated 9mm from 40 from 357 Sig from 10mm from 9X25 brass from the range trip that morning & put the 10mm in the tumbler
Sunday I took both Glocks to the range. I shot 40 & 357 Sig out of the G35 and 10mm & 9X25 Dillon out of the G20.
My wife, on the other hand...
Saturday she bought a raffle ticket at the LGS for a CZ. I expect she'll win that one also. Tickets higher than average, but there's only 29...
I just keep enough projectiles on the bottom shelf so it doesn't rock around. [ATTACH]
Legendary Powders, Indeed.
In the last couple of years, my wife has won 3, yes, 3 raffles.
1). Ruger MKII 5 or 6" barrel
2). AR-15 Lower (a "gun" in California)
Is this code a secret? Is that why the PMs? I wanna know too?!
Sac Valley Shooting Center
$140 annual membership and $7.00 to shoot all day. Pistol range, rifle range out to 1000' (once you qualify at 100 &...
Deprimed, lubed & resized a 3 pound coffee can full of 357 Sig brass on the RCBS & set up the LnL to do 38 special because I found I was down to...
Y'all are the worst enablers. :cuss:
Ladder loads using Unique in 357 Sig and finished off the box with Blue Dot in the 357 Sig.
BERB = berrys bullets HBRN = hollow base round nose TP = thick plate
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