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    Bob Ariyamitr

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  1. having to pick up mags from a barrel isn't realistic either...
  2. 8.6.2.1 covers this...but would telling him and the RO that he's not ready constitute coaching???
  3. to be clear, I'm not saying that there's a cloud of dust in the air. did it your way for years also with the dillon polish - and yes, scraped the black gunk form the wall of the tumbler every so often. I also did it in the garage or the shed. there is dust in the air from pouring the media into the tumbler, from the tumbling and from the separation process...I do reuse the media and the media does retain the polish...but you have to ask yourself: would you do the whole tumbling process in your house? in your baby's room? in the kitchen? I definitely would not... but I digress...you don't have to believe there is dust...I do...I've seen it...next time do it when there is sunlight shining over the tumbler...
  4. why wouldn't you use the wash and wax while tumbling?
  5. why wouldn't you? you'd still get dust... whether form the media and/or from the dirt and stuff being cleaned off of the brass. You'd at least get some lead dust in the air from the brass...
  6. i've never seen casing marks on the frame (behind the cylinder not the one being fired) before...(last picture)
  7. that is usually reserve for a judgement calls...the MD/RM appoints the RO to work a stage and he appoints them because he trust their judgement and experience to run a fair match. They don't really do it "blindly", but if it comes down to word against word, then he has to believe the RO over the shooter...
  8. I would think ammo would be the next purchase...
  9. racerba

    Knife Snobs

    They are not necessarily sharper, but depending on the steel being used, they will hold the edge longer. Some are stronger and beefier and some are lighter, yet strong... but they are all better assembled and will not fall apart in your hand while using it. The action is much smoother and easier to open and close.
  10. racerba

    Knife Snobs

    wow - haven't seen a nail clipper knife in forever...
  11. did not know about them...thought you might have been talking about using the 22 round .40 mags... thanks for the info...
  12. What Glock OEM mag has 24 rounds???
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