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RED333 last won the day on June 17

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About RED333

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    Be Good, safe and aim well
  • Birthday 02/06/1959

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    3rd rock from the Sun, CDB land(Mt Juliet)
  • Occupation
    Fix stuff


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  1. RED333

    Firearms burnout

    I still shoot a bit, not as much as in the past. Still buy the special pistol of rifle every now and then. My wish list has a Super Black Hawk in 45 Colt, 44 Auto Mag, Barrett 50 semi. Wish there was a muzzle loader group around close that shut every month or so.
  2. RED333

    The Gun Dance......

    Any way to get a link not on facebook, I do not or never will have an account.
  3. RED333

    New Revolver

    My feelings on this
  4. RED333

    Old Tech

    1st pic are a lot of targets. 2nd pic the last on the right is a fish tank. You could get the gold and silver from the old electronics.
  5. RED333


    As with hand loading, casting will not save you money, you just shoot more for the same price. I have over 30 molds, check pricing, molds are not cheap. Some are custom that cost a few pennies. My hollow point molds are my pride and joy. Swagging is something else I do, slow process but a 40 S&W case swagged to a 44 mag is something to see as it explodes a few milk jugs in a line. Cast Boolits is my "goto" site for all this stuff, good luck and please be safe with liquid lead. As it dont care who or what it burns.
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    Best post today
  7. Just 3 words Practice, Practice, Practice With enough you can hit at 30 yards with a pistol. Caliber is your pick, I carry a 40 S&W Glock when I am out on my place.
  8. RED333

    New Lions Fan!

    Round and round, what comes around goes around. Do unto others and get eaten by lions!!!
  9. RED333


    To keep from saying that nasty stuff I pronounce it as "MAN LINC HER"
  10. RED333

    Tattoo artist?

    Well I have been thinking of picking up a new trade for my retirement years.
  11. RED333

    Any Mid-TN Electricians?

    Me being me I was thinking about what I would do. You might not need a 100 amp sub panel, sorry for the confusion.
  12. RED333

    Any Mid-TN Electricians?

    Just where are you planing on hooking up the wire in the main panel? From what you are describing it does not sound like you have enough room for a double pole 100 amp breaker.
  13. RED333

    Any Mid-TN Electricians?

    What amp service is the "Main" panel? If the Main is 200 amp you will have room. If the main is just 100 amp you will need to upgrade your service. You can not tie into the Main panel above the main disconnect. With a 200 amp service you can run a feed to the sub panel with out issue.
  14. RED333

    New tools that I love

    To each their own, DeWalt, Porter Cable, Milwaukee, Ridged are all good tools. I have owned all at one time or another. Ridged had battery issues, DeWalt had battery as well as charger issues. Porter Cable had trigger and charger issues. I am on the Milwaukee kick now, trigger issues for a bit but covered by warr at a local repair shop. What gets me is how far battery tech has come in the past few years. Still have to and for the life of your battery you need to fully charge and fully discharge the battery to have them work for years. So far I have not needed to replace a Milwaukee battery in 5 years.

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