That's what I do as well. Works just fine.
If that's something you would have to do individually to each round, I would definitely say NO!
I would have bought some if it was something I used, especially if the price was right.
Not all that unusual, but 7-30 Waters.
I would get the Streamlight, slings for the ARs, maybe a couple magazines, and opt for a S&W revolver for your truck, although you seem to be...
I think most of the reloading manufacturers are this way. I broke a Lee deprimer. Sent them a picture of it. Got the new pin in the mail within a...
Both are excellent, but I really love my S&W.
This kind of thread makes me smile.
I prefer R-P, probably because that's what I have the most of.
If the S&W were a .357 I wouldn't, but since it's not, I'd do the trade, especially if it's just siting there. At least with the Khar, you will be...
Yes they will, some more than others.
Very nice! Congrats on the gifts & on having a MIL that is willing to pass them on to you.
Looks like it does the job. I'll have to keep that in mind in case my current tumbler goes on the fritz.
I would have to agree on the S&W J frame in 38 SPL. I could shoot that thing all day long!
7 30 Waters started out as a wildcat, and then was produced by Federal for a time as a factory load. I'm not sure if they're still producing it or...
I like the 7 30 Waters.
"Enough" for me would be one more round than what I currently have for every caliber I own at any given time.
To me he's entertaining. Sometimes he's a bit too animated, but I agree with most of his opinions.
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