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About txbrown

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  1. If you need to "recycle" them, I'll take em. :woohoo:  I usually use the large primer but have collected enough now to justify loading them too. My problem is I am so anal about reloading, I sort head stamps and am so cheap, my shooting buddy calls me a "brass whoxx". Funny thing though, he likes shooting my ammo.....
  2. I have smaller hands so I like the smaller pistols. I had an original LCP and loved the gun but hated the trigger. Bought a P238 Blackwood and loved it. Shoot it recreationally, too. Just replaced the springs and it keeps on going. I bought a new LCP Pro, with red trigger, as an impulse buy when I felt the new trigger. It is very nice for what it is. My son has since convinced me to try a 9mm Shield and I love it. So now I have 1 too many small carry guns. Trouble is, I can't really choose. The P238 is the "tweener" so I might let it go but I love how it shoots and handles. 
  3. Gun sold yesterday. Thanks for the interest
  4. Ruger SP101 357 magnum. Added XS Trijicon sight. This was an impulse buy and I don't need a second identical one. All paperwork, box, etc. $500
  5. I started out with a dillon 550 after a lot of research and use it often (this morning). Recently I bought a Lee Loader kit in 357 to stick in camper. I enjoy sitting and knocking some rounds out while camping. you can load 100 before you know it. recommend using a scale if you go this way. you truly learn the basics and invest $25 + a mallet, scale and calipers. key point is focus on what you are doing.   you don't actually save money but you shoot a lot more for the same money  ;) then you become a reloading addict and a brass scavenger.... a hobby in itself. good luck and enjoy
  6. Sale pending
  7. price drop to $325. Last drop before I trade it in on a new gun.
  8. price drop. 
  9. Great gun. Adjustable sites - windage and elevation. 2 magazines. Approximately 300 rounds. $350  $325. Bill of Sale. Face to face. TN DL. will consider trades            
  10. I use a large Jif peanut butter jar for 22s that are about to be used. It will hold approximately 2 bricks. Balance are stored in ammo cans. 
  11. Thanks for the replies. I truly appreciate it. I believe I have found the hammer from a gunsmith on the S&W forum. Thanks again.
  12. Thanks for the link.
  13. A friend has a 1950 S&W model 3401 32 caliber revolver. A neighbor dropped the gun while looking at it and broke off the hammer. In an attempt to get it fixed the neighbor unwittingly had the hammer ground smooth creating a DA only gun. The gun was a gift that my friend desperately wants returned to original form. Can you suggest a gunsmith or possible source for the hammer. I have posted on the S&W forum also. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
  14. I have been loading their 230 gr fmj bullets for 45 cap and have been very satisfied.
  15. I own a Kimber Compact Stainless II and absolutely love it. I did however, finally breakdown and purchase an Ed Brown Executive Carry. That gun has never missed a beat. The fit, finish, action and accuracy are at the top of the 1911 pyramid, along with 1 or 2 others. I struggled with the purchase for several months but do not regret it in the least.    One last benefit was that the gun is monogrammed, so to speak. They got a real kick out of selling that gun to an Ed Brown.

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