I'm guessing now, deleted the e-mails?
The poem or lack of primers?
$175 for a nice 15? Somebody saw you coming and gave you a could screwing. If only we could go back in time and grab several at that price.
Went to a gun show today. A friend picked up a Ruger SR1911 in 45 and a stainless single six (both cylinders) for pre covid/Biden prices. I did...
A Smith model 15 is a must have for any serious shooter in my opinion.
You better hope you don't need to use a 10mm on a mad brownie. IMO, a stainless .338 in a synthetic stock would be a good choice. BTW, practice...
This should free up primers to be sold in bricks lol
You found that at Sportsmans? Our Sportsmans won't touch used guns.
We can't break the rules just for you.
You rescued an orphan that needed rescuing, it's gorgeous.
I'm pretty sure spent primers would be a lousy choice for grinding in an ink factory too.
That sounds like more trouble than it's worth, not to mention the crap still in the cup that would be dirty.
Tumbled 500 rounds of once fired 357 brass getting ready for my next project.
I do the press the round into the top of the bench method I press the tip of the loaded round into the bench, if it doesn't move, I'm good.
Been there, done that (more than once)
I've seen infomercials for those people, I try to send in $20.00 every month to help.
I'm glad to see I'm not the only one losing it. What takes you five minutes to lose/forget I can do in half the time.
I've been on a couple of ice fishing trips that made a trip to the dentist look like fun.
The latest acquisition to my 41 stable is a 4" Smith 657 no dash. The gun has been fired very little (no box) I won't be able to pick up the gun...
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