I have so little powder right now, a hydraulic press would be about 5 minutes reloading time.
Never buy a Hi-Point.
I should start a "never sell" thread, LOL! NEVER sell a Stevens 22/410 over and under, especially one from the 60's!
I wouldn't do it. The rust needs to be removed. Take it to a gunsmith if you don't know how to get the rust out. Is it badly rusted?
Wish I were that lucky!
I like that! The other lamps are cheaper, but I have limited space on the bench. Makes me wish I'd thought of it.
Again, consider Ampco nipples.
RWS 1075 seems to work best in a Uberti. You may also consider getting Ampco nipples expressly for a Uberti. Sometimes the stock nipples aren't...
Modern Reloading, Richard Lee
90 gr jacketed bullet: Sorry I don't have a load listing for lead, but use the starting load and work up. Watch...
Glock23. I already said 50+, now get off my lawn!:neener:
Just don't sprinkle them on your spaghetti!
I shot one a few times, and while it's OK, it's a PITA to field strip. The grip is also wide, so one needs to have have big hands for them to be...
For functionality and price, go with a Glock23.
For the best, go with a Sig P226 or HK P30LS
Which is the way it should be. I moved back to Arkansas from Tennessee, and time warped in to the past century.
In my opinion, it's none of the government's business what gun I own, or choose to carry. To tell them what you carry, is a form of registration.
4895 is a good powder for many calibers.
I've been out of the reloading scene for around 10 years. I started reloading again this year, and was having many rejects. I thought I was...
The inside measurements are 12.3 mm on one end, and 11.7 mm on the oterh.
Sorry it's not in focus. It has 7.62 Russian printed inside the band. I measured it to be 28.8 mm long. The inside measurement is tapered from...
I have what I assume is a case gauge. It's marked 7.62 Russian, and is 28.8 mm long. Any help here would be appreciated.
It's cheaper to keep her.
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