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    Wade Stockton

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  1. Joe, I'm sorry for your families loss. It's a void that can be filled by no other, the fond and happy memories will return. Regards, Wade
  2. When I had mine, with a kydex holster, retention was not a strong suit due to the pistols design. Milt Sparks makes a Versa Max for the P7M8, I would lean more towards that if I were to acquire another P7M8 or P7M13. Just my experience and observations with it. It did tend to run hot with extended strings of fire. However, they sure are nice pistols.
  3. Darn Tough socks, and they come with a lifetime guarantee. I've got one pair I've been trying to wear out for 4 years now so I can take them up on their warranty, they just will not wear out.
  4. Well guys, had the left hand and wrist done last Thursday. It did not cause as much discomfort as I'd envisioned. I was, incorrectly, comparing it to back surgery and knee replacement as to expectations of post-op pain. It has been no where near those two for the pain after surgery. I'm a plumber/pipe fitter by trade. I'm going back to work on Monday and am going to get the right side done in two weeks. It doesn't burn anymore and just a miniscule amount of numbness remaining. Pain level is a 2 out of 10. I'm very pleased with the results. I'm using my left hand to help type this. Thank you to all who took the time to offer counsel. Regards, Wade
  5. Grumpy One, thank you for your counsel. I'm going to pursue treatment, the burning wakes me up at night. jkrispies, thank you for your advice into the importance of therapy follow up. Gentlemen, thank you.
  6. I too am experiencing this. Is there any chance it will just go away?
  7. I have found CCI primers to have some radius at the top, where it seats into the primer pocket. My experience is that this radius helps ease the primers into military brass. In addition, I have a Dillon depriming tool mounted on the reloading bench for those occasional pieces of brass, with a crimp, that slip through.
  8. I learned additional ways of removing a separated case, from the additional posts, thank you gentlemen.
  9. Brownell's makes broken shell extractors for rifle calibers. Perhaps they make them for pistol calibers too.
  10. I've had the tab on the primer indexing arm bend, and would not engage the rotary primer disk. I just bent the tab back down. Just another remedy to file away for future reference.
  11. Yes, thank you 38superman. That is a very informative article.
  12. "...because prime rail estate is always desirable and is guaranteed to appreciate." Nicely played.
  13. Milt Sparks makes a very nice belt.
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