True, lots of guys make life easier by spritzing 9mm etc. Makes it just so much easier, no matter the press.
I didn't get to see that episode yet. I saw one episode where that younger guy shot two and did that also, keeping the other parts for trap bait....
Perhaps we'll end this. This has nothing to do with Costco.
Doh, for some reason I confused 0 with 000.
I was going to say much the same as post #27.
I kinda like swinging one a those beasties how they were originally designed.
But someone got shot at a Costco and some Costco's have some signs.
Or if you're using a light bullet approaching light speed at point blank range.
Good luck at malwart.
Heh, sounds like fun. I'd get a $20 Lee mold and some lead too.
So it seems the Costco slant is a red herring. People get shot every day for whatever reason, regardless of venue.
It's Western.. we have better medical plans here.
She sure did good with that four pound revolver. etc.
I'd just shoot them. That's what they are made for and then they'd be ready to reload.
I think I got into guns while thumbing through the Britannica at about 4-5 years old. The pictures of piled up dead Jews bothered me....
Yea I hear you guys. I remember the Montgomery Wards and all like that. I still have some .22 ammo from a sale they had right before they quit...
I think ought buck is like .36.
In the old days you'd use a "bearer". or a scabbard
Yea, half the time good brass comes factory loaded for a song.
The blade looks markedly shorter. Did you "westernize" it in that way?
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