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  1. Thread: Froth-pak

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    I just have a small area to do (from the outside).

    I just have a small area to do (from the outside).
  2. I have the Model 8 in .35 Rem. The best...

    I have the Model 8 in .35 Rem. The best description I read of shooting it was on this forum - someone posted that it's like shooting a pogo stick. I load for mine.
    This is a good video about the...
  3. Thread: Froth-pak

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    Froth-pak

    Looking for opinions on Froth-Pak spray insulation (DIY)
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    Yeah, I'm not sure how they expected us to get...

    Yeah, I'm not sure how they expected us to get back.
    If someone I know is flying into Boston's Logan Airport, I always offer to pick them up. To get out of that place, you have to be a speed...
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    Come to find out, the offer to pick us up didn't...

    Come to find out, the offer to pick us up didn't include bringing us back.
    Our average trip out west has been at least 1500 miles of driving. Nope - I quit. Goodyear, Sedona, Grand Canyon - that...
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    That's good to know. NH doesn't require...

    That's good to know. NH doesn't require insurance so we have to pay more in MA.
  7. Thread: 32 s&w

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    I use 1.1 gr Bullseye under a .321 roundball...

    I use 1.1 gr Bullseye under a .321 roundball sized to .311.
  8. Thread: Nagant revolver

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    I have an 1860s Savage and North .36. Like the...

    I have an 1860s Savage and North .36. Like the Nagant, the cylinder moves forward, forming a gas seal between the cylinder and forcing cone. Interesting concept.
    I still haven't bought the Nagant...
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    There's more to it than accepting an offer. The...

    There's more to it than accepting an offer.
    The question was, how bad is that airport...
  10. Thread: Nagant revolver

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    I'm an accidental collector. I bought some...

    I'm an accidental collector. I bought some loaded rounds a few years ago, now I need the gun. Reloading does look like a challenge. They have two at the store - one's in good shape, the other is...
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    We bought the tickets about 2 years ago but due...

    We bought the tickets about 2 years ago but due to "things" happening, we had to postpone the trip a few times. I'd rather not get picked up and I think we can do it.
  12. Thread: Nagant revolver

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    Nagant revolver

    I saw one in Montana years ago for around $150. I actually got a C&R license to purchase that gun but things happened and it never came about. Don't see them too often on the East Coast but I found...
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    Getting into the tunnels from Logan that are...

    Getting into the tunnels from Logan that are southbound isn't hard - it's trying not to get into those tunnels (if you're heading northbound) that's the problem. One wrong exit and you have to go to...
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    The problem is that if they pick us up, they...

    The problem is that if they pick us up, they gotta bring us back. We're only staying one night with them, then we're off exploring AZ for a week.
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    I don't see it being a problem at all, but the...

    I don't see it being a problem at all, but the way the airport was described to me makes it sound extra confusing. For something to do, I used to drive airport runs for a limo company in and out of...
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    Phoenix airport question

    We're flying into the Phoenix airport next week, renting a car and driving to Goodyear. The people we're going to visit insist that we don't drive out of that airport - they'll pick us up. They say...
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    The contractor/mason called as I was working on...

    The contractor/mason called as I was working on the project. He said that he'd do the repair the same as I was doing. Basically, I cut the rotted wood, about 3" out, leaving another 3" that was fine...
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    I was told by Wolf Hollow that there was a blood...

    I was told by Wolf Hollow that there was a blood test (DNA?) available at a location in Texas for $800. That's as far as I took it. This was in the mid-80s.
    Believe me, if I could have proven that...
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    Thread drift is OK with me - I started the...

    Thread drift is OK with me - I started the thread.
    The dog was labeled a "wolf hybrid" based on his looks and mannerisms. Back in the early 80s, there was one test available and it cost $800. Wolf...
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    The Seresto collars aren't cheap - $65.00. The...

    The Seresto collars aren't cheap - $65.00.
    The vet we used for years retired. Old school, not a people person, and he spoke his mind. He looked at my 18 yr old dog once and said, "Are you ever...
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    I've used West Systems epoxy alot over the years,...

    I've used West Systems epoxy alot over the years, mostly on boat repairs. I'll use some on the good wood once the rot is gone.
    The previous owner of the house took out a load bearing interior wall...
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    I removed the clapboards and insulation up to the...

    I removed the clapboards and insulation up to the base of the window on that side. The rotted wood only goes in 2-3 inches of the 6" beam. I think I will just cut the rot out and reinforce it with...
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    I definitely will have someone look at it before...

    I definitely will have someone look at it before I do anything. As I said, the sill is 6" from the next floor joist, running parallel to each other. If I jack that joist, I don't see how the sill...
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    The foundation is rock on the inside, brick on...

    The foundation is rock on the inside, brick on the outside. It's over 6' in height in the basement. There's an old coal chute door so I don't think the house was ever raised. The house right next...
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    I gave it a good look from inside and out. The...

    I gave it a good look from inside and out. The floor joists in the basement run parallel to the rotted sill. The next joist over is only 6" away, so this rotted sill (rotted on the outside - that...
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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