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About Reshoot

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    Beyond it All
  • Birthday 01/09/1949

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    Malta, Ohio
  • Interests
    my wife, shooting and hunting (in that order, she says)
  • Real Name
    David H Bone

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  1. Oh, I know exactly what you mean! Some of the text messages my daughter receives from me are down right embarrassing.
  2. Welcome to the forums, for south east Ohio!
  3. I have but one grandchild . . . a girl. She more than precious! You and I are very lucky people.
  4. After the first season, of shooting open, I was faster with a dot than I ever was with iron sights. It goes without saying, it took a lot of dry fire (and live fire) to get there.
  5. Exactly how was your dremel attracted to the frame? Love at first sight?
  6. The majority of the time, here in the country, I carry a Taurus 5 shot revolver with 5 extra rounds. If I'm traveling to a murder & maham city, I carry an XDm 40 S&W with 16 rounds.
  7. Welcome to the forums, from the USA!
  8. I never do trigger work during dry fire. I, personally, don't think there is anything to be gained by it. All my trigger practice is in live fire.
  9. Being a vet had to of saved you from a citation, Kevin. Ohio state troopers are not known for warnings. Well, not in my case anyhow
  10. Welcome to the forums, Chris!
  11. I am "forced to" pick up 40 S&W brass at the local matches. You see, there are 2 ~ 4 shooters that do not reload. So, I get FREE once fired brass.
  12. I have used both bullets, extensively, and like both. I don't believe one can go wrong with either. There are much better powders, for 40 S&W, than Tightgroup. WSF and WST, just to name a couple.
  13. I tumble in walnut hull and inspect each piece. I only throw out those with damage, and do not sort in any way. Bulged brass has never been an issue so, on the the press. Once loaded, I drop it in an extra barrel (chamber check). GTG!
  14. Yeah, what he said. What is that stuff you buy at the hardware . . . . green goop? I use it in my yard equipment, to keep the tires up.
  15. I'm glad that is cleared up! I had no clue either