Do you pay in full when ordering?
Love that pic’s irony...reminds me of this one. If you can’t read it, the label says “Made in Occupied Japan”
I have had a very nice German sports car made in Germany and picked up in Germany and blasted down autobahn at speeds I never dreamt of.
Buying “made in Canada” means nothing at all. Can be foreign components assembled there, etc. Read the fine print in nafta and other trade...
I heard some primers escaped from a lab in Wuhan and may be replicating out of control.
If the industry were anything other than firearms related, the DOJ and FTC would be circling Vista like vultures to stop anti-competitive activities.
A Cabela’s employee told me this AM but had no details other than “probably only being used in their own ammo.” He was parsing out Winchester...
Poetry eases pain for those permitting
Obscures reality for those allowing
Primers long gone to those left searching
Never returning save in our...
Thanks for the great info.
RCBS just got their APS bench mount primer in stock $124.99 — I was thinking about buying one. Yes?
A thing of beauty is a joy forever. Fifty 45ACP 230gr RN over 5.0gr Bullseye.
Okay, we’re in our final days. An EMPTY box for a Redding 10mm taper crimp die for sale on eBay. But...at only $7 it’s affordable....
Everglades has 9mm processed brass. Not bad price $99/500 if you need it bad.
Cabela’s has several different calibers/weights of Extreme plated bullets. 9mm & .45 for sure. Much better prices than on Extreme’s own website....
They did...three bricks.
50 more rounds of 45ACP 230gr RN over 5.0 gr bullseye. I love my JBWeld modified stem—nice consistent OAL.
It depends as they say...my owners manual says to not let it idle to warm up but drive gently for a few miles. It also says use a heated garage...
Fine by me.
If it shipped hazmat (and I would insist upon it) then the fee was spread across 5000 primers making it worthwhile. I bought one brick from...
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