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  • Birthday 06/20/1973

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  1. I was setting up a new Lee Loadmaster a couple of days ago and had this exact same thing happen, it happened at the seating/crimping die. I don't run a factory crimp die in the last position. The piece of brass it happened on was the same piece I had used to test all the other dies several time, meaning it hat been through the full length sizing die several times, so I chalked t up to fatigue in the brass. I pitched it is the cull bin, changed nothing and it hasn't happened again.
  2. Which one are you looking for? I have the 18" barrel model
  3. O.k. Still sad to hear though. I hope know one was hurt.
  4. Did it burn down?? Has anyone else heard this??
  5. Is there a campground near your area? I, along with the Mrs, am interested in coming. We were thinking of pulling the camper up there and coming home the next day.
  6. I got a chance to handle one at Buds's in Sevierville a ew months ago. I really liked it. If I'm honest, I had the greenlight from the Mrs to spend a little, and I'm not sure why I left it there. I'm really excited to see how this one turns out for you.
  7. All this cool rimfire stuff and NONE of it is in or near Nashville.
  8. Isn't the constitutional right that she is referring to the 2nd amendment? Isn't that why we have the 2nd?

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