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About PoofNoEyeBrows

  • Birthday 02/17/1976

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    Nashville, TN
  • Interests
    Shooting, Hiking, Kayaking, Camping, Biking
  • Occupation
    Director Information Technology


  • Handgun Carry Permit
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  • Carry Weapon #1
    Springfield XDs .45

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  1. I started off reloading because I'm the type that enjoys doing everything myself by hand. I've never really noticed a significant cost savings except for. 50 BMG which I have to say is substantial. Let me know what you need, chances are I might have some of your missing components/powder. I standardized a lot of my plinking recipes a couple years back and have been sitting on about 20 random powders that I know longer use. Maybe I should just take inventory and post it all up I'm willing to give most of it up free of charge.
  2. Welcome in advance. Guarantee you won't regret the move.
  3. I would try Captain Itch for a custom leather holster. Bonus points their here in TN. All I use for my carry guns.
  4. Personally I got to the point where I recognized the benefit of a progressive but at the same time if I am loading hunting, self defense, or long range I run it as a single step press. As too scales I see no difference between a balance beam or a well calibrated digital except that a digital, especially a trickle charger has a time benefit. The beauty of reloading is its up to you and what you find the most rewarding. Ultimately that's what reloading is about. We do it as a majority in my mind as a satisfying and sometimes relaxing way to reflect and learn more about our hobby by turning it into a craft.
  5. Solvent and steel wool or even a wire wheel then acetone and repaint. Sounds like a good cold weather project to me.
  6. Hey Derek if you want you can give me a call and we can schedule a reloading session. Figure that would be the best crash course for you and you have already been by the house and seen my reloading setup.
  7. Reminds me of that Chevy Chase movie were he's an arms dealer and walks into the dictators palace with a cassette player that turns into I little sub machine gun.
  8. I also have a RI. 45 GI model and as previously mentioned it has been one of the most consistent hand guns I own. Eats everything and simply works. I wouldn't hesitate.
  9. Any chance you have a Pic of Mamma June's yoga pants?? Bonus points if it ss like daffodil dream!
  10. Welcome. Are you a native or a transplant.?
  11. I've got a pound of it you can have if you wanna make the drive to East Nashville. I don't use it anymore. I switched up to blc2 and a couple others for my loads. If you have a guilty conscience you can give me 20 bucks.


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