What is your opinion, Colt collectors?
How many models of " snake guns" will the Hartford guys have reintroduced by the time 2030 gets here?...
Wow. +1 to Hokkmike!
Another point I think is very important: "Leave the area, tell an adult" is advice for 6-9 yr olds. Don't try that with...
Sounds good to me.
Every handgun I own has the front sight painted with bright orange nail polish....
EXCEPT my sole single action, a Colt SAA.
Just can't do it.....
Do it. End of story.
I would buy those primers in a New York minute.
Useful for target shooting, I suppose.
I didn't think there was a way to make the Glock 17 even uglier.
I guess I was wrong.
$600 is the going price for these revolvers up north here. Folks like 'em. I rarely see a used one for sale.
Medium-dark green. The color of money.
I'm another long-time reloader who prefers to stand. My press is mounted 36" off the floor. Perfect for me.
I have a S&W .44 that a previous owner had Teflon coated in the 1990's. When the Teflon wore off I had the gun Cerakoted.
It turned out OK.
I've been to his range, The Firing Pin, outside of Rochester NY. Nice place, friendly people.
Thank you. That makes more sense.
For blued guns:
J frame S&W revolvers have model numbers in the 30's such as Mod 34 and Mod 36.
K frame are in the 10's, Model 10, Model 14...
5 grains of FFFg? And the bullet gets out of the barrel? Amazing.
I would rather remove my tonsils with a rusty fish hook than reload any bottleneck pistol cartridge.
Small stainless steel autoloaders can be finicky. If you got one that works, congratulations.
I used to shoot thousands like those every year using the 2.7 grain Bullseye load. Go for it.
I have used Berry's 9mm plated bullets for years. No problems with either shape.
I have seated 148 grain wadcutter bullets outside the case when using Trailboss powder. Trailboss is a bulky powder.
Seating the WC out allows...
Fantastic guns. Probably the best value in a .380 today. One of the most comfortable smaller guns I've ever owned. 100% reliable.
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