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  • Birthday 04/04/1974

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    Randy Gray

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  1. Are the followers getting hung up on the slide stop?
  2. Someone Driving by or one of the neighbors may think you are using a real gun and call the police and state there’s a guy with a gun at this address.
  3. dont waste your time processing brass unless you like to do it. I get mixed range pickup brass and put them into a tumbler with walnut or corn cob media and a tumbler polish. I run them 1.5 hours then sift the media with a separator. I then store them in a container till I need them. When I need brass, I have a gallon size bag that I spray hornady one shot on the inside and put brass in the bag. I shake and massage the bag so they are lubed and then dump them into the case feeder. I deprime and resize with one die in my press along with powder and bullet all in one passing on my 1050 or 550. Don't make it too complicated or long. Randy
  4. I have like 4000 with powder and primers installed! I guess I will play with fixing them first. I got them for free. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Good idea, never seen a 2011 dummy mag. Any idea on where to get one or who makes it? I have an old mag and maybe I will fill it with a plastic to make sure it doesn’t deform in the vise. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Has anyone here made a 2011 vise block for holding the frame while you clean or work on it? I am thinking that someone has a 3d printer vise block for the 2011. Otherwise I was thinking about making one out of plastic cutting board material. Thanks Randy
  7. I am looking for pics of the 3 sided wood railroad timber built safety areas. This way the round can only leave going up or straight back. I also want an easy way to construct it. Do they drill and nail the timbers together? I have seen ones that use t posts to keep them from falling over, but I think that is not a good way to construct it. Thanks for the side berm ideas. I have seen these, but you can sweep people walking by.
  8. I recently aquired 8x8 or similar timbers from old guard rail posts. I have a bunch and we have no constructed designated safety areas at our range. I have seen many good safety areas built from railroad timbers or similar. Does anyone have a picture of what they consider a good safety area that is stable and how it was built? thanks, Randy
  9. A light and laser combo stream light tlr2. And a holosun red dot that is shake awake. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I have lubed them and then put them into a sizer without the decapping pin. I then crimp it. It has worked on some. I thumb test to see if the bullet can be pushed into the case. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. A so called best gunsmith wants to mill and shim a barrel for my brother for accuracy. Faxon 18" fluted barrel. He also wants to install a piston system for him. Anyway, has anyone heard of milling and shimming their AR15 barrel for accuracy? I was thinking maybe heavy barrels for 1000 yard shooting. This is not for competitions, but just for a first time AR15 my brother is building for a shooting for fun gun. Thanks, Randy
  12. Quilted TP and non scented brand name sanitizer Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. A case of primers for a case of tp? Or willing to trade a brick of .22 ammo for a 24oz bottle of hand sanitizer? Any takers? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. As long as the movements are explosive but smooth. It can be a soft exit or hard exit depending on the scenario. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. What about movement drills while on the toilet dry firing? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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