Magic Dot is the answer
I hate shooting indoors. I would rather shoot in the cold.
Then use 6.0. I have an older Alliant data manual that says 6.8 max.
6.5 grains of Unique is a very nice load.
Gun magazines are just a shadow of their former selves, with the exception of Handloader.
Yup, have a Browning Gold shotgun that needs a recoil buffer and none are available. Basically a wall ornament over a $6 part.
Are they sized .357" or .358"?
I have shot thousands of these with no issue, including with S&W revolvers with lighter springs.
A week ago Midway had 8 pounders of Titegroup for $152.95
Cabelas has become a joke since the sale to Bass Pro. I've bought very little since Cabelas brand clothing has been replaced with Redhead.
If I had to shoot indoors, I would give up the hobby. It's just not for me.
I don't like the brass washer at all, I have a powder baffle on my 9000H that does the same thing without jamming the charge bar.
I sure do and I enjoy a nice Smith & Wesson trigger.
What have they made in the last 10 years that was even equal in quality to their competition? They make junk.
Nope and Covid didn't either. Sitting on a good supply of ammo and components that will get me through. And if I run out, I'll do something else.
The Remington name is worthless, 13MM is too much, in my opinion.
Tactical, tactical and tactical.
$20 box minimum. Good call on not selling reloads, in my opinion.
I've circled around and enjoy shooting .22LR the most.
Where do you get data for HS-7?
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