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    Doin' The Zebra Swirl
    The rainbow has no limit once you learn the basic steps of the Zebra Swirl.
    Let's get started... and a one two three...

    The Zebra Swirl is just one of the many outlandish gyrations that'll make your poppers twist all the way to the bullseye.

    All you need is: a handful of powder coated lead bullets, assorted nail polish colors,
    a water filled shot glass (or equivalent), acetone, paper towels, toothpicks, cotton swabs and tweezers.
    That's it and you're good to go.

    Carefully float a drop of white nail polish onto the water.

    Place a drop of black on the white.

    Slowly swirl the two colors together with a toothpick.

    Carefully dip the bullet at a slight angle through your design.

    While keeping the bullet fully submirged, clear away all the remaining floating polish with a cotton swab.

    There you've got it!
    You're donin' the Zebra Swirl and the Rainbow Marble Clown and whatever other funky number you come up with.

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    I call them "Bloodshot".
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    Blanks? Nope, I donīt think so..
    (Here in Sweden, the military blanks are red)

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    Thought I would try my hand at ZAPeR (Zombie Apocalypse Pistol Rounds).
    I love that NOE mold!
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    Monday's bullet coating fun!
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    Not a bullet but PC
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    PTR 91 before
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    After stripping down and coating avoided getting PC on things that would fight the working parts of the rifle all worked great
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    A better look on why i PC this rifle she was kind of ruff in some areas
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    After sand blasting then removing any oils and breaking it down some more she got sprayed and baked.
    Just a for warning to all make sure what your going to bake fits the oven this just did make it with alot of effort.
    Reloading to save money I am sure the saving is going to start soon

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    These are my 200gr PB FP RCBS bullets as loaded into the 358 MGP used the the AR. The 16 inch barrel puts them out at 2,400 fps with no leading or gas system problems. They are hard cast, water dropped, dried, shaken, placed nose down in hardware cloth racks, then toaster oven cooked, run through a .358 push sizer with case lube and shot. The load is 35 gr of 1680 with an adjustable gas block using sized and fireformed Federal 6.8 SPC brass. Groups to .5 inches at 100. This is an excellent truck gun, will take a 68 Chev right off the driveway.
    Ed

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    "Let us speak courteously, fairly, and keep ourselves armed and ready."
    Teddy Roosevelt, May 13, 1903

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    Attachment 170283Attachment 170284

    458 , 405gr.
    458 , 320gr

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    First try with the powder gun

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    2nd tray turned out pretty good, my 30 dollars Ebay Eastwood gun has some issues but its a work in progress
    "Yes or no will almost always suffice as the answer"

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    9's of Diamonds

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    Cast, powder coat, punch, paint, assemble and plink... that's what makes a Happy Face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911KY View Post
    I got my Carolina Blue from Smoke in this weekend! One coat DT.


    Here it is compared to his standard blue.

    Oh god, that baby blue color. Grow up and use the adult blue color....like Duke Blue. Just picking on you.


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbs70 View Post
    Canadian boolits
    Red Green "Possum Lodge"
    Attachment 166376
    "I'm a man,
    but I can change,
    If I have to,
    I guess" Red Green
    NRA Life
    USPSA L1314
    SASS Life 48747
    RVN War Games, 2nd Place

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ID:	171627Some of the boolits I did over the 4th
    90 gr Lee
    148 WC Lee
    Smokes black, pink
    Harbor freight red, white, yellow, and a combination of some colors to make purple, grey.
    my next color will be smokes blue and green to try out.
    All where applied with a gun

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    Melting some lead and cooking up a bowl of .45 cal. peanuts.
    Over 17 lbs of .45 cal. candy coated peanuts... Done! Next up... chocolate coating.
    Now for some chocolate covered .38 cal. goobers. First a generous dusting of polymer coco powder.
    Then into the preheated 425° oven for 15 minutes.
    "Ding!" Out they come with their shiny glazed coats... yum-yummm!

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    These lil' cowboys 'n' cowgirls are ready to rodeo with the New Vaquero.

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    Spray and bake tray 1.
    Load and spray tray 2.
    Bake tray 2 while reloading and spraying tray 1.
    Repeat a few times.
    Smile and enjoy the day.








    KE4GWE - - - - - - Colt 1860, it just feels right.

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ID:	172418There's just something about a mat black .314-185 with a sage 303 check that my #3's and mosin get enough of.

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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