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  1. LiveLife

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    To participate in this PIF thread, do the following (random winners will be picked on Saturdays):
    - Support THR by becoming a Contributing Member - http://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?account/upgrades
    - Become a PIF contributor in this thread or in blarby's PIF thread - http://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?threads/pay-it-forward-in-reloading.698208/
    - Support a vendor offering THR discount within prior month - http://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?threads/thank-you-thr-pay-it-forward.760272/
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    Congratulations edleit! PM WestKentucky for folding buttstock for 870 and el indio for 60 44 special cases.

    Unclaimed items reset for 11/5/16.

    sigsmoker's HR butt stock now open to all THR members.

    Thanks to all those who posted items!

    Update:

    Dudedog: 100 MBC 93gr RN Makarov bullets .365" dia (lubed lead, not coated) - End date 11/5/16

    bds: 62 once-fired 7.26x25 Tok brass (WIN head stamp) - End date 11/5/16

    sigsmoker: 21 Barnes 300 gr Triple Shock all copper TSX and 11 Hornady 300 gr SP Interlock (for the .405 Winchester Diameter .411") - End date 11/5/16

    sigsmoker: NEF Handi Rifle Youth Size butt stock with hardware - 11-3/4" Length Of Pull. - End date 11/5/16

    Crowcifier666: Factory box of lead 38-55 bullets (will update info) - End date 11/5/16

    el indio: 61 Greek 30-06 and 19 Lake City 30-06 cases - End date 11/5/16
     
  2. el indio

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    edleit, I'll mail the cases Friday. I have to finish a two holster and belt set that I have to mail Friday.
     
  3. edleit

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    Woo hoo!
     
  4. Dudedog
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    BDS,
    Please add 50+ MBC 9mm coated SWCs
    (found a few hiding in back of my other stuff)
    Go ahead and make the end date 11/13 or whatever day is closest to when you draw.
    Thanks again for your efforts on this thread.
    No one seem interested in the Mak bullets so maybe let them go another week then scratch them.
    DD
     
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  5. stlcards

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    Can I throw my hat in the ring for Dudedog's 9mm bullets?
     
  6. LiveLife

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    To participate in this PIF thread, do the following (random winners will be picked on Saturdays):
    - Support THR by becoming a Contributing Member - http://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?account/upgrades
    - Become a PIF contributor in this thread or in blarby's PIF thread - http://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?threads/pay-it-forward-in-reloading.698208/
    - Support a vendor offering THR discount within prior month - http://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?threads/thank-you-thr-pay-it-forward.760272/
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    Dudedog, Thanks!

    stlcards, Done!

    Update:

    Dudedog: 100 MBC 93gr RN Makarov bullets .365" dia (lubed lead, not coated) - End date 11/5/16

    bds: 62 once-fired 7.26x25 Tok brass (WIN head stamp) - End date 11/5/16

    sigsmoker: 21 Barnes 300 gr Triple Shock all copper TSX and 11 Hornady 300 gr SP Interlock (for the .405 Winchester Diameter .411") - End date 11/5/16

    sigsmoker: NEF Handi Rifle Youth Size butt stock with hardware - 11-3/4" Length Of Pull. - End date 11/5/16

    Crowcifier666: Factory box of lead 38-55 bullets (will update info) - End date 11/5/16

    el indio: 61 Greek 30-06 and 19 Lake City 30-06 cases - End date 11/5/16

    Dudedog: 50+ MBC 9mm coated SWC - End date 11/12
    - stlcards - PIF contributor
     
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  7. LiveLife

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    To participate in this PIF thread, do the following (random winners will be picked on Saturdays):
    - Support THR by becoming a Contributing Member - http://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?account/upgrades
    - Become a PIF contributor in this thread or in blarby's PIF thread - http://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?threads/pay-it-forward-in-reloading.698208/
    - Support a vendor offering THR discount within prior month - http://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?threads/thank-you-thr-pay-it-forward.760272/
    -------------------------------

    Unclaimed items reset for 11/12/16.

    Thanks to all those who posted items!

    Update:

    bds: 62 once-fired 7.26x25 Tok brass (WIN head stamp) - End date 11/12/16

    sigsmoker: 21 Barnes 300 gr Triple Shock all copper TSX and 11 Hornady 300 gr SP Interlock (for the .405 Winchester Diameter .411") - End date 11/12/16

    sigsmoker: NEF Handi Rifle Youth Size butt stock with hardware - 11-3/4" Length Of Pull. - End date 11/12/16

    Crowcifier666: Factory box of lead 38-55 bullets (will update info) - End date 11/12/16

    el indio: 61 Greek 30-06 and 19 Lake City 30-06 cases - End date 11/12/16

    Dudedog: 50+ MBC 9mm coated SWC - End date 11/12
    - stlcards - PIF contributor
     
  8. edleit

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    @el indio, Got the .44 SPL case today. Thanks for the extra surprise as well!
    Ed
     
  9. el indio

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    Glad that you can use all cases. Joe
     
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    Lone Goose, I received the bullet puller the other day. Thanks again! I know a new reloader who will put it to good use.

    Sorry still have to check those 38-55 bullets
     
  11. LiveLife

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    - Support THR by becoming a Contributing Member - http://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?account/upgrades
    - Become a PIF contributor in this thread or in blarby's PIF thread - http://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?threads/pay-it-forward-in-reloading.698208/
    - Support a vendor offering THR discount within prior month - http://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?threads/thank-you-thr-pay-it-forward.760272/
    -------------------------------

    Congratulations stlcards! PM Dudedog for 50+ MBC 9mm coated SWC.

    Unclaimed items reset for 11/19/16.

    Thanks to all those who posted items!

    Update:

    bds: 62 once-fired 7.26x25 Tok brass (WIN head stamp) - End date 11/19/16

    sigsmoker: 21 Barnes 300 gr Triple Shock all copper TSX and 11 Hornady 300 gr SP Interlock (for the .405 Winchester Diameter .411") - End date 11/19/16

    sigsmoker: NEF Handi Rifle Youth Size butt stock with hardware - 11-3/4" Length Of Pull. - End date 11/19/16

    Crowcifier666: Factory box of lead 38-55 bullets (will update info) - End date 11/19/16

    el indio: 61 Greek 30-06 and 19 Lake City 30-06 cases - End date 11/19/16
     
  12. stlcards

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    Awesome! Thanks bds for putting this on.
     
  13. Dudedog
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    stlcards
    PM sent.
    Anyone know if it's ok to send brass and Bullets to a Military Base?
     
  14. stlcards

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    PM sent, it's fine to ship if anyone else is wondering. I have that stuff delivered here all the time.
     
  15. kingmt

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    The primer has to be removed if sending USPS but at the same time they aren't allowed to search your package ether.
     
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    sticards waiting for my RMR order so I can toss in some extra goodies for you and I will get it sent out.
     
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  17. kingmt

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    Actually I'd look at US code title 18.
     
  18. stlcards

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    Title 18 is pretty big, but I did a quick look through chapter 83 and found nothing pertaining to this scenario. The shipping in question is of projectiles only; no firearms, firearms parts, or hazardous materials.
     
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    I wasn't saying there is or isn't. Only pointing to where you should look for the info. I have to use title 18 daily & I don't even know what all is in there. Like you said it is big.
     
  20. LiveLife

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    If there is any concern, I am sure a quick call to the base commander's office will clear things up as to what's allowed to be shipped and what's not. ;)
     
  21. stlcards

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    Please don't call the post commander regarding postal ops lol, he doesn't have time for that. I have shipped and received projectiles and brass numerous times. The post office is fine with this. Even standard ammo is not regulated by the installation. Firearms, yes, but they are illegal to mail under US Code, Title 18 anyway.
     
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  22. Bullseye

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    bds sir, Please take down the Handi Rifle buttstock and the 405 Win bullets I put up, nobody wants them.

    I did however come up with something else of value.
    41 ct. absolutely once fired .270 WEATHERBY tumbled brass. Not .270 Win.
    at your convenience. Thanks!
    [​IMG]
     
  23. kingmt

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    I actually considered it wondering if I could fit it to my sons Rossi. When he was 5 he was having so much trouble with the length that I cut his down to fit him. Well he got bigger & now needs a longer stock.
     
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    kingmt :
    I am not sure if they fit Rossi. I kind of doubt it. There are Rossi I could find.
    HERE.
    You are so lucky to have had that problem. Good for you having a 5 yr old with a Dad to teach him about shooting and safety. I had this because I got a good deal on a youth .223. I kept the same forearm but put on an adult length buttstock I found pretty cheap, a lot cheaper than this one HERE.
    I probably should keep it with the rifle, I suppose. I might be able to hand it down to a grandson some day who might need one. I like the stock I put on it now, it's good to have a spare rifle when we go groundhog hunting.
    Fun to work up loads for too.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Thanks for the pat on the back.

    I have another boy that is 5 years old now. He bought his own AR with his own money he's been saving for years about a week ago. I chipped in $100 as it was his first gun as I have 3 of my older kids & still had to loan him another $50 but he paid the bulk of it. With a red dot sight he can put them all on the paper at 50 yards from the prone position. He's having a little trouble remembering to look through the scope but it was just his second time shooting & his first time with his own gun.

    4 of my kids can somewhat shoot a pistol as well even tho 2 of them have to grip the trigger from both sides.
     
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