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  • Bazoo's Avatar
    Today, 05:25 PM
    Bazoo replied to a thread Share, 44-40 vs the 30-30 in Leverguns
    The 30wcf might not have as much knockdown power up front but it will make up for it in penetration. Judging the cartridges by their performances on deer ain't much of a comparison. The larger game, moose, elk, black bear, brown bear, sea lion,...
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    Today, 02:08 PM
    I had heard that before but wasn't sure about it since I couldn't find anything to verify whether it was in fact correct, that explains it quite well! Thanks for that link
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  • oldred's Avatar
    Today, 02:03 PM
    Yes there is quite a bit of difference in what a low wall can handle vs the high wall, the low wall is not exactly a "weak" action but the lack of support on the upper part of the breech block does indeed mean it can't take the stresses of a high...
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  • oldred's Avatar
    Today, 09:45 AM
    The 1885 in modern steel is an extremely strong action that should be capable of up to Ruger no. 1 loads, I don't know for sure what steel Uberti uses but the action is rated to 28,000 PSI (Uberti says PSI instead of CUP?) for 45/70 (even bigger...
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  • Bazoo's Avatar
    Today, 04:23 AM
    I've loaded a mess of 358156 in magnum cases with 13 and 15 grain charges. Never worked up to the 16 grain load but I seen reference to it as duplicating the original factory 357 loads. The 15 grain load is pretty mean. Mighty fun too.
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    Yesterday, 10:03 PM
    Ed, I thought I and my uncle was the only ones to use old underwear for shop rags. I got a buddy that has that look if I use them in front of him. There is always a "those stains ain't from the oil" comment. I use them for rags on the gun table...
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  • Bazoo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:49 PM
    Pretty neat, thanks for sharing. I bet I'll do better when you have a more defined sight picture.
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    Yesterday, 09:08 PM
    Wonder how it shoots?
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    Yesterday, 09:00 PM
    I use old t shirts. Never thought of dryer sheets, I can see how they'd work well.
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  • Bazoo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:38 PM
    Oh okay, I remember at least one of the pictures. I'll have to check out those threads. Been thinking, when you do get it clean, you could use a moly grease in the bore and then lube with moly in it to help with the fowling associated with the...
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  • Bazoo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:23 PM
    Interesting opinions and comments thanks all for sharing. I've been considering a takedown version but don't see any real need. I like wood stocks too. I think I seen a thing online where folks converted a wood stock to fit a takedown.
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    Yesterday, 01:12 PM
    That's a very important point that's often overlooked and has caused failed bluing jobs. The metal needs to warm enough not to condense water droplets on the surface when exposed to the humidity otherwise spotting and even steaks can occur. I...
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  • oldred's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:15 PM
    I can certainly understand that and fully respect those who feel that way, in my case (and my wife even more so) lethal force would be used only as a very last resort and both of us are level headed enough not to panic and make a regrettable...
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    Yesterday, 07:52 AM
    For me it's my 45 1911, no better intruder medicine was ever invented IMHO! However my wife would disagree, years ago I obtained a 12 ga pump that I cut down to the minimum, it's perfectly legal but just barely, and keep it loaded with light...
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    Yesterday, 02:22 AM
    Bazoo replied to a thread Used moulds in Casting Equipment
    Nice deal by the way!
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    Yesterday, 02:20 AM
    Bazoo replied to a thread Used moulds in Casting Equipment
    It won't hurt to use a bronze toothbrush on them. On the cavities you can spin a bronze bore brush in a drill and use it on each half separately. A brass core brush is best as it won't slip and damage the edge. I spin the brush right for one half...
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  • Bazoo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:59 AM
    Kev, what caliber is this beloved 1886? Do you have a thread on it? Sounds pretty cool. If ya let hoppes soak it will eventually dissolve the lead. What I've done on several occasions; Two to three times a day, soak a patch in hoppes and...
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  • bruce drake's Avatar
    04-21-2019, 11:20 PM
    I cull them out of my range sweeps and then reform them to .400 Corbon so that they'll never be used for 45ACP cases again and my higher pressure 400 CorBon loads have a cartridge case with just a touch more brass in the head. So if you want to...
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  • Bazoo's Avatar
    04-21-2019, 09:59 PM
    I'll take both RCBS shell holders #3 Lyman shellholder #6
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  • bruce drake's Avatar
    04-21-2019, 06:56 PM
    I once owned a Destroyer Carbine in 9mm Largo that I used to use Lyman's 356402 Truncated Cone bullet with but mostly it was for rolling cans/dirt clods at the range. That same bullet and load in my Star Super will rip the center out of a target...
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  • Bazoo's Avatar
    04-21-2019, 02:35 AM
    That was a good story oldbearhair, thanks for sharing.
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  • oldred's Avatar
    04-20-2019, 10:45 PM
    Rust blue is not like hot blue that is completely dependent on the surface gloss of the metal to produce the gloss on the oxide layer overlaying the metal. With hot blue whatever finish the metal is taken to is going to be pretty much what we will...
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  • bruce drake's Avatar
    04-20-2019, 10:21 PM
    I saw an old Ideal bullet mold on Ebay today that is a 165gr .319 rounded flatnose, flat base lead bullet that was originally designed for the early 8x57 (pre-K98 .318" barrels) and other early 8mm rifles. Should be easy sizing down for that .318...
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  • bruce drake's Avatar
    04-20-2019, 10:08 PM
    I had the same problem with WC846 (Surplus BLC2) & H335 in my 6.5x50 Arisaka and 303 British rifles in cold weather and with reduced load cast bullets. I will line right up with Outpost75 and jimb16 on reduced ball powder loadings not igniting well...
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  • bruce drake's Avatar
    04-20-2019, 08:30 PM
    bruce drake replied to a thread 224 Valkyrie in Our Town
    Texans have been hunting deer and hogs with 22 caliber wildcats for years. I've got a 22 Wildcat rifle based off the 6mm Remington case that I rechambered a 22-250 barrel with a 1-14" twist barrel too a year back. I shoot paper with it so I don't...
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  • bruce drake's Avatar
    04-20-2019, 07:38 PM
    Ruger makes a great 22LR semi-auto for trapline work if anyone can't handle an aluminum frame revolver from them ;) Bruce
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  • Bazoo's Avatar
    04-20-2019, 07:19 PM
    Been thinking on the weaver rings. Reason I am unsure is because of scope length. Those rings are wider and would put my scope an estimated 1/8 inch foreward. I might be alright but I'm not sure without loosening the scope. I'm eventually going...
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    04-20-2019, 06:50 PM
    All transactions complete, please close.
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  • Bazoo's Avatar
    04-20-2019, 04:57 PM
    One thing that has helped me when I was having problems is to separate the casting and reloading. Get reloading down pat first, then learn to cast. For me atleast, frustrations in casting transfer over into reloading. There is nothing wrong with...
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  • Bazoo's Avatar
    04-20-2019, 02:25 PM
    Hmmm not significantly lighter than a single six, scratch momma packing it.
    79 replies | 2410 view(s)
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Abbreviations used in Reloading

BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
C Compressed Charge PR Primer SPCL Soft Point "Core-Lokt"
HP Hollow Point PSPCL Pointed Soft Point "Core Lokt" C.O.L. Cartridge Overall Length
PSP Pointed Soft Point Spz Spitzer Point SBT Spitzer Boat Tail
LRN Lead Round Nose LWC Lead Wad Cutter LSWC Lead Semi Wad Cutter
GC Gas Check