I agree! My Benjamin Blue Streak has killed more squirrels than I can count. The first gun I ever hunted with 55 years ago.
Yes, it is as plain as it gets and looks to be very well made. The original box is a little abused and has all loading and cleaning instructions...
My father saved every receipt for firearms he purchased. I just found the one for a 1860 New Army revolver he purchased in 1962.
Load that baby with FFFg black powder and it will flash real nice. Kinda fun too in a twisted way.
I worked and I worked and I worked with little time for shooting. Once I did not work I was at the range 3-4 times a week and sometimes twice in...
The Little Crappy Pistol is only good for one thing, a paper weight.
I load on a Dillon RL550C and also a Hornady LnL progressive. While they are different, one does not stand out from the other. They are both great...
I clean with hard well water and never thought about adding salt. I use lemonshine and Turtle Wax car soap. I think I'll add a dash of salt next time.
Uncle Henry LB-5 folding pocket knife 32 years ago. Not a glamorous knife but it has served me well and has field dressed many an animal.
Just finishing up the front end alignment on my 67 Mustang. My reloading room is my shop also.
I've got a W&W 99 in 9mm. Got it new in box for $20. Best $20 I ever spent. It shoots well with no problem.
My Grandfather 1911 he carried in WWI.
I don't know as I have only been collecting since my last brass recycle trip. They weigh a couple of pounds each. My wife says this proves that I...
Saving my spent primers. I used to just toss them in the trash, but now I take them down and recycle with the buckets of brass I toss.
Never tumble or wet clean before sorting. Amazing how stuck them cases can get.
Only idiots pay $0.50/each for a primer.
Cleaned both my Wilson 1911's. Looked into a lot of barrels with my new Teslong Digital Bore Scope. What a nice borescope.
I spread them out on a large beach towel on my shop floor and 24 hours later gather them up.
I shoot my 44-40, 40-82 and 45-70 1886 Winchesters with BP only.
$0.16/round for my .45 ACP. I shoot 10,000+ rounds each year. I have not figured in the cost of the reloading equipment as this cost goes down...
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