Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by brutus51, May 2, 2021.
Perfectly natural for us addicts.
Didn't work, just ended up with 7 motorcycles and way too many carbs to keep clean all the time.
52 calibers in stock too, well that is what I have dies for. Need some 44/40 and, 327 and 6.5x53R dies,... Should be able to load the pending 44 colt with existing 44 dies hopefully,...
But only one Jeep. Man can only afford one Jeep.
Edit: Need 32 long colt dies too. Forgot about that one.
Edit-edit: may as well toss in eight differing black powder calibers while we are at it.
Wow! Okay...Now I do not feel like I am going overboard at all. THANKS!
I'm there too. Not counting black powder.
A lot of my odballs come from my dad being a fan of milsurps and being a bird hunter.
I'm covered from 10ga to 410.
I thought Anonymous groups are for people who want to change.
And they all fit in the coffin when you die, just hope it is not a cremation.
It is a disease, I tell you, but it's a fun one! And, I don't have any motorcycles, or boats, or guitars.
And, now, I'll have to count, but I know I'm over 30 different cartridges. And, I keep eyeing 32-20 revolvers, in fact, my last purchase on GB was listed as a Colt 32-20. Fair price, decent condition, but after I had won the auction, I noticed the markings on the barrel -- 32 Police Ctg! Yep, another 32 S&W Long. Oh well, it came in, it's in good shape. The dealer offered to take it back and cover shipping. I decided to keep it.
So, whichever club for us junkies, accumulators, collectors, is created here, count me in!
That’s why it’s a Unanimous group... we all agree it’s ok!
No BP guns or a 10 Ga for me, but I do go 12 to .410 pretty nicely.
My local GS has a nice 1903 Colt for sale, never had a 32ACP. so the craving is starting to escalate my compulsive buying habit. [/QUOTE]
If you can walk out of a shop and leave a "nice 1903 Colt" on the shelf you don't have a compulsive buying habit. That may change if you get it (you should) or one of the many great shooting 32s out there. Post war Walther PPs are also a good start to the caliber.
Of course NIGHTLORD40K, is going to send me a source with tons of it on their shelf, thereby tightening the noose on my pocket book.
Do you reload?
If so, then you are not far away from having ammo for the 32.
Nope, I was trying to talk myself into buying a VZ Skorpion, but couldnt find any .32 anywhere and gave up.
At one point, I had 8 .32ACP pistols, but none was reliable enough to be anything other than a frustrating range toy, so I wholesale dumped the guns and ammo I had at the time.
To be fair, the 1903 Colt, with a good magazine, was probably the best of the bunch.
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