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Tunachaser

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About Tunachaser

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    Finally read the FAQs
  • Birthday 02/19/1949

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    San Diego
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    Fishing, Shooting
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    Robb

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  1. I take mine off BUT the hand warmers are what I really appreciate. Interesting review of different jackets.
  2. I also use mine at a 25 yd indoor range with 8' ceilings. The only time I had a problem was when using the last stall next to the side wall. It "missed" some but not all of the shots.
  3. Didn't mean to imply dumbness, I once grabbed my 38 spl die instead of my 357 die, now that is a completely belled case, stuff happens.
  4. The positive return on the powder measure is interesting, just wonder if it affects changing to a different powder or charge weight
  5. I purchased a hand deprimer from Midway, when it arrived it looked to be a return that they then sent to me, missing and broken small bits. I called FA and they sent all the small parts within a week, so maybe I just got lucky with the right person but it went very well.
  6. Since you have used the die before maybe try brass from a different source or could it be possible you grabbed the wrong die? Try running the brass through your sizing die and then see if it still happens and I'm clutching at straws here.
  7. Have you tried different brand of brass? Is this the first time you have used this die?
  8. I think I still have my old Wrist Rocket. We’ll see who remembers those. I DO! Try Bear Creek they ship to CA. https://www.bearcreeksupplybullets.com/
  9. I use a milwaukee heated jacket with heated pockets. It's big enough to fit over gun belt, that way hands, gun, magazines stay warm. I take it off when I am "on deck".
  10. At a recent match in Socal we had 12 shooters in production out of 77 shooters total. CO was the largest with 16 and only 5 in SS. Now this is just a sample of one but production is doing well locally.
  11. A suggestion on using a dipper, I started with one as well. 1) do not scoop through the powder, instead use a large bowl and push the dipper into the powder and let it flow into the dipper. Then use a credit card or equivalent, wipe across the top to remove the excess powder. With a little care you an get consistent powder charges, it's just SLOW!
  12. J-Ames is shipping in about a week. I use their 135 FP in 9 MM.
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