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owejia last won the day on July 24 2019

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About owejia

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  • Birthday 11/18/1946

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    Cottage Grove, Tn
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    Guns,cannons,reloading,shooting.Breathing new life in old guns
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    Retired machanists,cattle rancher

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  1. owejia

    .38 super???

    Have my brother-in-laws Dad's Colt in 38 super in my gun safe awaiting me to work up some loads for it. Have 500 pcs of Starline brass, need to get her done. Nice nickel Colt, will be passed on to me when brother-in-law passes, no body on his side of family wanted it. Sad for them.
  2. The work of casting, powder coating and loading my own personalized loads is a lot cheaper and more enjoyable than spending my money on factory loads which may or may not perform to my satisfaction. When the radical lefties get control of congress and put a "red flag" sin tax { remember cigarettes} on factory ammo shooting will get really expensive. Besides I just consider it a vital part of knowing how to survive, which will not be easy if shtf .
  3. owejia

    Ruger 57 pistol

    Would be interested in all ss model, no personal interest in a Tupperware model.
  4. Believe you can adjust the opening by bending the lip, or return the mag for a properly adjusted mag.
  5. My suggestion to anyone interested in casting their lead boolits is go to Castboolit forum and read some of the stickies first, and if possible try to find someone willing to mentor you, will cut the learning curve a lot. The other suggestion is to read the stickies on the types of lube for the cast boolits. I prefer powder coating myself, but many options are available. The simplest is the Lee tumble lube method. Some times I have cast as many as 1000 + in a session for stockpiling for when can no longer physically cast. With powder coating these will last for a lifetime. Brass is cheap now and is a good time to stockpile it for future use. Casting and reloading may become the next (red flag) in our quest to keep and bear arms fight against the enemies of the 2nd amendment. When you can no longer buy ammo at the local source, and interstate shipping and rationing ( as in California, just a matter of time until that spreads across the whole USA) is in place you will be sol unless you can roll your own.
  6. Friend stopped by yesterday , had attended an auction in Dresden on Sat. and won a Springfield Garand for $8oo, with some original ammo, said his son got a Mosin Nagant scoped sniper rifle, also got some ammo in original spam cans. Around here the old guys are the only ones interested in these old rifles anymore, all the young guy like the plastic black guns.
  7. This is all they have!!!!! Still waiting for the ground to start trembling from the earth shaking announcement.
  8. I heard from an unreliable source Glock will start mfging. real pistols out of metal!!!!!!!
  9. Just read where a case from New York will be taken up by SCOTUS. Maybe they will shine a little light on their repressive laws regarding firearms.
  10. This thread is a little depressing. Getting on in age is depressing enough without having to think about downsizing our toy collection. Down market right now, may pick up some when the real campaigning begins. Tupperware guns have flooded the market, reminds me of the old "Saturday Night Special" phase in the gun market. Cheap and everywhere!!!
  11. Peejman spice that smoked bologna up by coring a hole down the center of the bologna and inserting a stick of Italian or your choice of smoked sausage in it before smoking. I used a pineapple corer with the slicer removed to make the hole . If you like baked potatoes use an apple corer to do the same thing, insert your favorite ingredients, plug the ends with the end of the removed core and bake, great potato bombs. Just pulled Canadian bacon and turkey breast off of my smoker about and hour ago. Yeah that smokey smell is lingering in the air as I type this.
  12. Have something similar by Arbortech made for wood carving. Arbortech model the teeth are made into the disc part, not a chain.
  13. Should up production on sizing powder coated boolits. Built a base to turn one of my presses upside down to increase production sizing powder coated boolits. Push through from the flat base. Good job Lee Precision.
  14. Have accidently dispatched a lot of copper heads over the years, some were really big around but never that long. A hay mower will take their heads off, when they raise up to see what is going on , and mostly leave their bodies intact. This time of the year around here they really blend into the falling leaves.
  15. owejia

    Storm

    Every thing back in the barn, tree cut into firewood and hauled, brush cleaned up, gates and fence fixed, still have 15' burned out stump to deal with later, waiting for cooler weather to finish that project. Time for a rest.

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