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About POWHS

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  • Birthday 01/01/1957

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    SouthEastTN

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  1. Am new to TN. A neighbor told me not to have buckshot in my vehicle. That would make it hard to go to the range to practice with a shotgun. Is he right?
  2. I have a 454 Rossi rifle. The Rossi lever rifles have a reputation of jamming. Mine did. I had to dissemble the rifle, stone it and clean it up. They are put together rough. Test the rifle with dummy ammo before you buy it.  
  3. POWHS

    First handgun?

    For a first gun I always recommend that they should buy a good 22 with a couple bricks of ammo and then shoot them. My first hand gun was a 44 magnum. Could not hit a thing with it.
  4. I have had this problem before. What I did was to apply some Dielectric Grease to the battery connection. It worked great for me. You can get it at any auto parts store.
  5. Why not learn to make your own strings, bows and arrows. Do a search for self bows and with a little money you can learn to do it. String making is easy.

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