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  • Birthday 02/08/1965

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    2307 Teegardin Rd Streator, IL 61364
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    Pistolsmith, IPSC, Hunting, Photography, and metal detecting
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    Rich Dettelhouser

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  1. The problem with mags that long is the spring wears out quickly. I've made 170mm length single stack mags in the past to shoot Limited division. Rich
  2. Maybe things might improve since Lyman has bought the company. Rich
  3. One would think they still have the cnc programing to make one. They have to know the barrels are going to wear out on their linkless guns they built and sold. Rich
  4. ltdmstr is correct, a new frame would be much cheaper than having someone weld it up and machine. It would be a fun challenge to do. If the barrel isn't shot out just leave it alone, I'm surprised that Briley won't supply a barrel for a system that they created. Rich
  5. There is a few variables that can affect pricing a wore out machine needing maintenance might sell off cheap or someone who wants to recoup some money quick after spending too much money for something new and shiny. Each individual puts a different value on items, it could be too low or too high. I've got a few of the original RL1000's that I value highly where some will see no value at all. Rich
  6. I developed this modification over 14 years ago, I did quite a few over the years, but it really didn't take off in the numbers I had hoped. I made the mistake of not patenting before I started selling them. Rich
  7. RIIID

    Vic Pickett

    A good friend that will be missed. Rich
  8. I built this awhile back for a client, Caspian slide and is chambered in 9x25. It was fun to shoot! Rich
  9. That could be a one off or someone reshaped a bigger mag well. It looks like it has been painted not anodized alum. Do you have a picture of the inside funnel area? Rich
  10. This is a picture of a Gram's tungsten mag well 9 ounce weight. Rich
  11. I don't own a cell phone so I need a printed copy to take to the range, kind of hard to pack my home computer into a range bag. I can remember when USPSA use to brag on how much money we had in the bank, are you telling me we are so broke that a rule book can't be printed for every member. Why doesn't someone make an app so you can stay at home and shoot a match with your phone and send in the scores. The electronic age has made people weak in mind and body. Life is hard, so toughen up and live it. Rich
  12. Reliability and accuracy will be unknown until test fired but is most important. Then it will be personal preference; Sights, what do you want to see trigger, pull weight and trigger shoe safety, ambi or single side and beaver tail bump or non bump and hard tail mag well, full profile or open front and material type stainless-alum.- brass-tungsten... grips including: scales and front & back strap mag release Just something to think about. Rich
  13. That can be done by most skilled gunsmiths, but don't expect one to copy someone else's work/style/trademark. Come up with something new in design if you want checkering. Rich
  14. I would be interested in the powder drop. Rich
  15. There are a couple of cross over parts from the 1050 that will work. I was told by Dillon that when the parts are gone there won't be anymore made(this was a long time ago). I've got six machines and a lot of spare parts. Some parts just have to made yourself, luckily these machines don't break parts very often. I enjoy making the parts as needed. I've modified the powder tube so I can use bullet feeders and have another idea to be able to add a bullet feeder without modifying the powder tube. If you don't have the original case feeder you can adapt the current case feeder from the 1050. These are great machines, I love them wish I had a couple more. Rich
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