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  1. Nice! I'd get some glue into that butt stock...

    Nice! I'd get some glue into that butt stock crack and give the stock a couple of wraps with tightly stretched surgical tubing until it dries.
    The rifles seem in really nice condition with lots of...
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    Seems to me that if the barrel is not removed...

    Seems to me that if the barrel is not removed from the revolver for the shortening project none of the objections about clocking, screw holes, barrel/cylinder gap apply. Simple operation to cut off...
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    Everything considered, since you don't want to...

    Everything considered, since you don't want to change calibers and the barrel is otherwise good, cutting it off would be the logical choice. The barrel will need to be re-crowned. Installing a new,...
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    Probably not. If they are blems it probably...

    Probably not. If they are blems it probably occurred in the pipeline at the distributor or dealer.

    DG
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    Forum: Rimfire Area

    There's such a wide variation in .22 rifles, both...

    There's such a wide variation in .22 rifles, both in cost and quality. I just sold a Savage Mk II N.I.B. on Gunbroker, and it only fetched $147. One of those situations where I thought I got a good...
  6. It sounds to me like you're already on the right...

    It sounds to me like you're already on the right track with 7.62x39mm. Great plinking round. Ruger rifles have a good reputation for strength, durability, and accuracy, and the commonality of...
  7. Forum: Cast Boolits

    Consistency is the goal in match ammo. After all,...

    Consistency is the goal in match ammo. After all, matches are won by accurate ammo. If anything, match primers are of higher quality than standard.

    DG
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    Forum: Our Town

    The finer the grit the smoother the finish,...

    The finer the grit the smoother the finish, right? So it depends on what you want to work with, and saying working with materials from wood to steel really doesn't tell us too much other than that...
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    Forum: Cast Boolits

    Welcome home, compass will! I've got 2 SW1911s,...

    Welcome home, compass will! I've got 2 SW1911s, but am unfamiliar with the "E" version. Mine are both stainless and a joy to shoot. The traditional S&W quality is evident. Traditional loads using 225...
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    Forum: Leverguns

    Welcome to the Castboolits Forum, papaglenn. ...

    Welcome to the Castboolits Forum, papaglenn.

    DG
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    O.K.-- deal on those two items, 16 Ga. Lee loader...

    O.K.-- deal on those two items, 16 Ga. Lee loader set and .30 Carbine die set.

    DG
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    I will take the Lee loader 16 Ga. set. I will...

    I will take the Lee loader 16 Ga. set.

    I will take the Lee .30 Cabine die set if it has a carbide sizer die.

    PM sent.

    DG
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    Forum: Testing Area

    jscanga-- Welcome to the Castboolits Forum!...

    jscanga-- Welcome to the Castboolits Forum! You'll like it here...lots of friendly and knowledgeable folks here always willing to help. As for your question, the symbol you're asking about is for...
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    My method is similar to that described in post...

    My method is similar to that described in post #2. I find a piece of brass that closely fits the diameter of the bullet. It can be the neck or body. Cut off the case head so you're left with just a...
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    Forum: Our Town

    It's worse if you have to do it in the snow. DG

    It's worse if you have to do it in the snow.

    DG
  16. Moved to S&S "completed deals".

    Moved to S&S "completed deals".
  17. I started my very first reloading with a Lee...

    I started my very first reloading with a Lee Loader (whack-a-mole) kit in 1966. The clerk in the gun store told me I'd save a lot of money! :D It produced good ammo, but was too slow for quantity....
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    Forum: Cast Boolits

    Very nice, BAW. As usual, a fine performance from...

    Very nice, BAW. As usual, a fine performance from a fine old firearm.

    DG
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    Thank you, john.k and 405grain, valuable and...

    Thank you, john.k and 405grain, valuable and knowledgeable members both. Someone else will no doubt find this input in the Forum's archives in the future and also benefit.

    DG
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    Sticky: That's interesting, Nueces. Up until about 4...

    That's interesting, Nueces. Up until about 4 years ago I had no idea what PayPal was all about, until I too wanted to buy something on this Forum and PayPal was all the seller would accept. I decided...
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    Not real sure. A magnum conversion of, let's say,...

    Not real sure. A magnum conversion of, let's say, a 1917 to .300 Win. Mag. involves re-chambering (duh...I know..) and the diameter of the rim on the magnum cartridge is larger in diameter, so the...
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    That's an interesting dilemma-- I have been under...

    That's an interesting dilemma-- I have been under the impression that the 1917 and P-14 had only a few engineering differences, and never heard or read that the cocking piece/sear was one of the...
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    Forum: Cast Boolits

    This will shock you, but I've used the Hornady...

    This will shock you, but I've used the Hornady 174 gr. RN with success in every Lee Enfield I've owned. :shock:

    DG
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    Forum: Our Town

    Well, as they say, "I've seen 'em come, and I've...

    Well, as they say, "I've seen 'em come, and I've seen 'em go." Two ranges in California come to mind. Both were originally located well out of town to avoid conflicts with citizens, but as the years...
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    Forum: Our Town

    I do not admire the monarchy, but I did admire...

    I do not admire the monarchy, but I did admire the Queen and the manner in which she held her position. She was always dignified, calm, and possessed an inner strength.

    DG
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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