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  1. Most reloading companies sell "Starter Kits" which have the basic equipment to get started. But almost all of them need few more things added. You don't really need expensive or fancy. Just good quality basic gear. I've been reloading about 40 years now and I've done it all on an old RCBS Rockchuker press that I bought used way back then. The biggest thing you need is time. Reloading can save you money and produce excellent ammo, but it is time consuming. Progressive presses can be considerably faster, but they're expensive to buy and take time to set up properly every time you change c
  2. Looking to buy some .30-30 Winchester ammo at reasonable prices in the Memphis area. PM me with what ya got and price.
  3. I posted this on another forum and have been informed that EB mags are actually made by Check-Mate. However, I can't verify this. But then the ones I'm trading in have no markings at all, not even caliber. They're the 2 for $5 specials you find at gun shows. So these must be an improvement. Always been a Wilson man myself. But, for the price, I'll try the EBs.
  4. Currently I'm working on Texas Ranger. The biography of Frank Hamer, the man who killed Bonnie and Clyde. Amazing man with an amazing career in law enforcement. Waiting in the wings is Crisis, This is book five and the latest in Kurt Schlitchter's People's Republic/ Kelly Turnbull series. I reviewed this series earlier in this thread and every day its looking more and more that it could become reality.
  5. Ok, 1911 lovers, I got this in the Guns America email this week. Ed Brown Products is running a special promotion where you can trade in your old, crappy 1911 mags in on brand new Ed Brown mags. Just send them your old mags and you can get new stainless mags for $10 each or black nitride mags for $15 each. This is roughly half price. I know that many of us have accumulated cheap, unreliable mags over the years. Also some have just worn out, bent or been damaged. Here's a chance to put 'em to good use. I got to digging around in my junk and came up with 14 unmarked, no name, worn out old
  6. The NRA was originally chartered as a non-profit organization in NY state in 1871. The NY AG is trying to revoke that charter on the grounds of corporate corruption. Thus disolving the NRA. The NRA's Chapter 11 is to restructure the organization under a new charter in Texas. NRA headquarters will remain in Fairfax, Virginia. The only thing actually moving is the charter itself. Doing so will pretty much kill the NY case against it. Its strictly a political/legal move. Frankly, the NRA should have gotten out of NY long ago. Of course this is also a move to save King Wayne and his cronie's
  7. Brad lived in California and was a lifelong environmentalist. He was sick of the world; of Covid-19, Brexit, Russian belligerence, China, global warming, ethnic tensions, and the rest of the disturbing stories that occupy media headlines. Brad drove his car into his garage and then sealed every doorway and window as best he could. He got back into his car and wound down all the windows, selected his favorite radio station, started the car and revved it to a slow idle. Two days later, a worried neighbor peered through his garage window and saw him in the car. She notified the emergenc
  8. Hmmmm........... That "ancient musket" sure looks a whole lot like a Browning A5 shotgun.
  9. It really pisses me off that the Confederate Battle Flag has been turned into a symbol of hate. I happen to be proud of my Southern Heritage, but I don't dare show it without people judging me wrongly. Another thing is the Celebrate Diversity thing. Be proud of your heritage, family history, national lineage, etc. Except of course if you happen to a Southern, White American. In that case its perfectly acceptable to discriminate and automatically assume that person is a racist, anti-government idiot. Equality is for other people.
  10. Its ain't just USPS. I ordered a book from Amazon last week. It was shipped via Amazon. Delivery was scheduled for last Saturday. It arrived late this afternoon. Between Sat and today, tracking just lost it. No idea where it was.
  11. I was just fixin' to post this. I saw it on another board. Yeah, a lot of folks seem disappointed that Colt may belong to a European company. However, its better than going to some huge conglomerate holding company that will just rape it and dump the leftovers. CZ is a gun company and a darn good one. Hopefully, they will keep making Colt firearms here in the USA. Heck, maybe we'll finally see a blue 2020 Python.
  12. Watch the video again. The glass broken out of the door was plenty big enough to allow that woman through. She was attempting to do so when she was shot. That was the final defense line and she tried to cross it. You can speculate all you want, but that won't change anything. That woman is responsible for her own actions.

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