Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by GaryL, Jan 21, 2022.
The lifted Prius V…
It’s the eco-warriors chariot for off road shooting adventures!
I never like a Prius until I bought one for Ubering in Seattle. That bad boy can go though snow, ice, rain… so much electronics to keep it stable… 10,000 mile oil change, 140,000 brake pad change.
yes, before Prius, I had a F-150 and it was a great truck!
The only thing I don't like about a Prius is that they are so dang hard to clean off the grille of my truck....especially the little pieces that get stuck in the radiator fins and such.
(a) good Ignition with black powder blanks.
(b) efficient power to propell wax or plastic practice rounds with primer only, no powder
And people who shoot wax or plastic bullets for target practice with .38 Special, .45 Colt, et al. have often drilled out the flash holes on regular brass rather than buy special blank or wax bullet brass.
_ If you reload abandoned range brass, check the flash holes.
thanks for that flash hole tip. I wanted to make wax plastic for my cowboy action practice, Quick Eye Marky Mark
There are other reasons people let their brass lay besides not being reloaders.
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