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Beltfed

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About Beltfed

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    Knoxville, TN
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    Auto restorer

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    .380 Springfield
  • Carry Weapon #2
    .45ACP springfield

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  1. I’ve reloaded a number of 2-3/4” 00 buck shells over the years. Because the balls are so large the only fit 2each in each layer. The ball stack does not reach the top of the shell, so unless you buffer the load the crimp is hard to get right. What I do is put 2each #2 balls on top then buffer with powered nylon. I call it my ‘buck and two bits’. As I understand it, the 00 buck round was developed for the 10 gauge.
  2. It all depends of how I have you have. Looking for several thousand pieces of brass.
  3. I believe a problem with the 7.62x54R vs .30-06 is the chamber on the 54R is 54mm and the 06 is 51mm. That makes the 54R bigger.
  4. Orginial chambering for that rifle is 7.62x54R.
  5. I had one years ago. Didn’t like the ‘bong-bong’ as it cycled. Turned into a HK-51 Fire Dragon. Got a FN-FAL instead. Like it much better
  6. The forum guys say Bud’s Guns is closed. COVID I guess.
  7. I checked Bud’s Guns in Sevierville. They have one for $341. I’d call first. Good luck.
  8. No problem. I got the pick of the litter years ago at INTRAC. They inported 1000’s of them from Russia. Only paid $85 for it. Prices are sky high right now for anything Gun related. Have a good day and stay safe.
  9. Let me check what they are bringing.

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