I really like that .32.
Good looking gun!
Re-nickeled, cut and bulged barrel, soldered front sight... Get it inspected to ensure safe function/operation and have fun with it as a shooter....
60's. I have some of those cans too. Sealed and opened. I plan to shoot it all up. I also have cardboard cans of H4895 from when Bruce was...
CCI Blazer, Federal Auto Match or Federal Value Pack 36gr. is all I'll shoot in my rimfires anymore.
Yup and a slight roll crimp to remove the bell from the case mouth.
I use a Hornady tumbler (looks like a mushroom cloud) and Nu Finish and corn cob media. The brass comes out almost white it's so shiny!
Lowering rear sight will lower group. Lowering front sight will raise group.
My bench is about 43-44 inches high. I have a drafting chair that works with that height. I stand to do most of my work there however. At full...
FMJ here too for the .380
I wouldn't change a thing on that old 3in Smith.
I wouldn't touch it aside from shooting it (A BUNCH) and cleaning it.
Looks like a Wilkinson Linda lower with a MAC upper.
I etched my RCBS Uniflow hopper with powder, and I etched and warped my Pacific (Hornady) hopper with powder. I think Bullseye was the culprit...
Museum quality. Very nice.
Thank you for the reply. I was thinking of soft soldering a sight on. Or even going sightless.
How did you re-attach the front sight? I have a 4in HE in .32L I am wanting to cut down and have been ruminating over the front sight a bit.
IMR-3031 is an excellent powder. I like it in reduced loads for cast and full power loads for jacketed in about all the calibers listed.
Those are museum quality
Sorry about that......I shoot lead cast bullets exclusively. Lee 90gr. SWC, RCBS 32-098 98gr. SWC, and a brass mold I don't the make of that is a...
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