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myg30

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About myg30

  • Birthday 06/25/1958

Profile Information

  • Location
    Winchester , TN
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Reloading, casting, Amature radio, F&AM.
  • Occupation
    RETIRED

Miscellaneous

  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
  • Law Enforcement
    No
  • Military
    No
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Glock
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Ruger,Colt

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  1. I use it a lot with cast bullets in most pistol calibers per manual, Good stuff. Some of the older old guys are not fans because it’s not a filling powder and double charges are possible for those who reload in a hurry or start at max charges and get careless. Thats a 2008 price I believe. Your a good man kvmx. Good score for thursty, Mike
  2. Are you a south paw, or the other paw ? Inside pants or outside ? Belt slide or paddle Mike
  3. Another chance to think about this safe your missing out on ! You know you need it ! You know you want it ! Just do it !! Be safe, keep safe, with this safe ! Mike
  4. That sure is a sweet looking 92. What color are those grips ? The photo makes them look blue, and pretty. Mike
  5. Sounds and looks like your good to go then. on other reloading forums I’ve read horror stories where guys loaded rounds, had to adj col to a shorter dim., and had bad results because their loads were close to max and the extra pressure from seating the bullet deeper gave them over pressure results. I had a compressed rifle load in .223 that made me nervous pulling the trigger but I researched it to hell before I stuffed the cases and fired them. Mike
  6. Just beware as you seat them deeper PRESSURE will go up. Not sure where you powder charge is at in low, mid or near max ? Watch for pressure signs. Depending on if and how you may have crimped them, if your bullets are not to soft you could try seating them down a little more. just take your time and be sure the Primers are all seated below the case. Ive had to bump a few loaded rounds n the past to a shorter OAL and had good success. I did this on a single stage press, not a progressive. Be safe, wear eye protection when reloading. Mike
  7. It waited for you ! It was just meant to be ! Mike
  8. Then you could have bought my safe Mike
  9. Easter bump. Some one should hop on this safe. All your eggs will be safe inside this safe. Stash all your jelly beans too !! Happy Easter , Mike
  10. You do mean a Tasco scope per picture ? Or did you change it ? Btt fer a 22-250 !

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