PhotoBiker- you make a great point. Will do that from now on. I do know that I switched to Bullseye for 9mm, and those are with Remingtons. But...
gamestalker- the .38's today had deep indentations, and didn't fire with a second strike. 9mm's sometimes did, sometimes didn't.
Hi, guys and gals. I've been loading for a number of years now, and have loaded well up in five figures of cartridges. Nary an issue. I now seem...
Then there's the issue of lead exposure. The large majority of my shooting is at indoor ranges. Full metal jacket bullets have an exposed lead...
Is the gun under warranty? If it is, don't mess with it. Send it in for correction. Thet should pay shipping both ways.
Yup. 4-5 pounds. Don't push your luck. When the adrenalin is coursing through your body, 4 pounds will feel like nothing. 2.5? Dangerous.
"Now you need to move to the head of the class and shoot a Python. Watch out. Once you're Snake bit there's no cure. You're in for a lifetime of...
"YOU MUST USE SLOW BURNING POWDERS TO GET THE MOST ACCURACY
here is a note from a guy from Hipowerandhandguns.com that speak about this...
Hi, LBEE. Loaded many thousands of 9mm and .38. Like 'em a lot. But perhaps you should do a search here for "Berry's" or "plated bullets". Lots of...
If the boxes were marked "Blazer", they're aluminum cases. They would have to be labeled "Blazer Brass" to be brass.
Rinspeed nailed the problem I had with my XD9. I removed the striker and cleaned the channel, but still got mildly indented primers. Once I...
I use 4.3gr. of 231 behind a Berry's 124gr. RN bullet. Very pleased with the combo.
Doesn't S&W make both a 686 (6-shot) and a 686+ (7-shot)?
4.3 gr. of HP38/Win231 behind Berry's 124gr. RN. Works for me.
"Knukus" is close. More like "nahas"- it's a gutteral "h". Anyway, another "mazel tov" from my house to yours.
I'd want the most powerful handgun ever seen on screen- the snubby used in the opening credits of "Superman" on TV. Why? Well, the BG fires all...
I have a 67-3. It has a round butt. Nice gun, BTW.
I've only loaded their 158gr. RN, but it works great over 3.2gr. of Bullseye.
+1 for Missouri Bullet Co. Excellent products, and wonderful service. Prices are reasonable, too. That's enough for me.
No question- a Bersa Thunder .380. I know a lot of folks love theirs, and I was prepared to do the same. But even two trips to a factory...
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