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ClayBuster

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  • Birthday 01/22/1969

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    Rick Rope

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  1. Sounds easy enough. I’ll give it a try. Thanks.
  2. Anyone know the part number for this guy? Will it work on the 1050?
  3. Hit it harder with a bigger hammer. It went in, it’ll come out.
  4. https://www.giholsters.com/ https://tuckergunleather.com/deep-carry-holsters/ https://www.lsholster.com/holsters/
  5. alliantsportpistoldata10217.pdf
  6. I’ve used Krylon fusion paints on a few things. It worked well enough.
  7. I loaded up a hundred of them for my Ruger .45 Colt. They were flush in my starline brass and worked fine. Since I no longer have anything in large rifle I’ll probably use the couple thousand I have for those if I end up really needing them. I did try them in some 45acp brass but they stood a little proud so I stopped.
  8. We can still get cases on Sunday and Mondays for $55 at Dunham’s. Not 28s though.
  9. I ordered 2k .38 bullets this morning from these guys. https://cheycastbullets-com.3dcartstores.com/ and I just got the shipping confirmation. I’m sure USPS is going to take 20 or so day to deliver them though.
  10. They're both roll crimps, still better off seating and crimping separate. If I was using a single stage press and it was just plinking ammo I'd seat and crimp together, they were doing it that way 100 years ago and managed to get by without the world coming to an end.
  11. Skeet, Trap and Sporting Clays, although shot shells are next on the hit list.
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