Some people used to put a thin piece of leather behind the strain screw as a shim to lighten the trigger.
If not get it checked out by a...
If you are that high at 10 try 25 yards. That will tell you something about how the sights are regulated.
If it looks good shoot it. I’ve shot WWI ammo. No problems. Last week shot some reloads from 2005.
That’s a turkey! Happy Thanksgiving to all.
The only no jam semi auto is one that’s never been shot. They all will eventually for various reasons.
Next time you discuss reloading or anything else with this person just nod and smile.
Just use a roll crimp. Maybe a tighter one depending on the load. A heavy load usually requires a heavier crimp.
A fountain of knowledge on this forum. RIP to a true gun guy. Glad you were here.
That’s what I have where are the rest of them.
I find 4227 works better with magnum primers.
I like Blue Dot with 180g plated or hard cast.
He did it! He missed the barn!
I don’t think I’ve ever seen both of those in the same place at the same time. Guess ya forgot the AJ Ordinance 45?
Not a Glock. Kimber TLEII. The pistol is fine. Could have been a weak case. Fired this pistol many times since with no issues.
Not quite a KaBoom but had a case head rupture on a 10mm. Safety glasses saved my eye. I was picking brass out of my cheek for a year.
A working safety doesn’t mean the pistol is safe. Get it checked out and enjoy it.
I’d just get it shooting if it can be made safe. The condition is part of the story and what makes it a family heirloom.
I had a Raven for a while. It served its purpose until I could afford something better.
I have a .25 acp probably pre 1968 possibly made in Italy. Supposed to be a semi auto but only functions as fire jam clear fire jam clear. I have...
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