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kar45

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    Kirby Rhash

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  1. YouTube video says bolt locks back on empty...
  2. Does it have last round bolt hold open?
  3. has dies and needs nothing, ready to load, so...$295 including freight?
  4. I have an older ( but nice) 450 in 45acp. I am now out of the .45 business so this needs to go. It has the older push-knobs for priming and powder charging. It's a smooth running old girl. What do you guys think is a fair price to both seller and buyer? Thanks for your input. Kirby
  5. I have been using 2.4 Bullseye with a 95 gr LRN, works great in my Gov't Pocketlite and my wife's Beretta M84. Hope this helps, Kirby
  6. I have an older(late 90's) but low mileage(25k or so) RL1050 in 45ACP. It purrs like a kitten. Will probably take it to a friends LGS for him to consign. What do you guys think is a fair price for it? I want to' price it to sell', but not 'give it away'. Thanks for your guidance. Regards, Kirby
  7. Steve, you're running those at .358? the case doesn't bulge at the bottom of the bullet? Thanks, Kirby
  8. I routinely run all Fed and Blazer brass about halfway into a .380 size die after the regular 9mm size die. Works great. Holds a bullet nice and tight after doing this. I also load .380, so I already had the die.
  9. agree the Bayous are good but unavailable for the forseeable future. get the BBI's if you need bullets soon.
  10. it works great. .356 seats tightly in the case for less chance of setback. I also like the 'feel' of the130-135 weight bullets. try them with 3.8 Bullseye @1.114. sorry, I meant 1.140...thx
  11. it works great. .356 seats tightly in the case for less chance of setback. I also like the 'feel' of the130-135 weight bullets. try them with 3.8 Bullseye @1.114.
  12. I guess I'm in the minority here but for 190+ power factor ammo I'd use a 16 lb spring to keep it from beating the crap out of the frame. 14 lb is good for 170-175 though...hope this helps.
  13. we like your idea, but if that much silicone would soak your primers in case of a rupture...
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