#2 Phillips head screw bit spun in a drill press. Sharpening the flutes works better.
dog crap would be priority due to spreading and smell
Consider having a gunsmith relieve the throat of you barrel to allow your cartridge to seat/plunk. Its not rocket science.
STI barrels were...
I load 9MM, 38 SPL and 45 ACP and .223 with the same cylinder/drum. You do need to change the part that interacts with the case neck. Forgot the...
The uniflow is pretty darn easy to adjust. Putting it in the die holder might make clearance issues with the linkage and the die heads.
I ordered a Kidd Supergrade. MOA guarantee.
Cost no object short barrel bedside gun. 300 Blackout subsonic. Your ears will thank you.
Steel rod is cheap and works great.
30/40 Krag or 303 Enfield or 7.62x54 Rimmed would take care of 90% of our needs.
If you reload check out your depriming pins and see if you can make a plunger. Look at other firearms designs for a plunger.
Show her a SIG 210.
I think the name of the scope manufacturer was Malcom or similar.
Lesson here is hoarding or not using powder is false economy. Treat it as like perishable food.
I'm curious why 3K for a hand finished, well engineered revolver is considered expensive, while a common Wilson 1911 is roughly the same price.
The short Model 27 cylinders won't allow the use of many heavy bullets that modern revolvers use.
I have worn out and rebuilt a M-27 and a couple 625's shooting lots of DA. The S&W steel and design has its flaws.
Two of my alloy J frames developed egg shaped bolt holes. This allowed the hand to slip off the ratchet. About ten years of your type of...
Gummed up means your lube is crap.
Mil-Spec is the best
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