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    Hi-Mountain Buckboard Bacon made with pork butts...

    Hi-Mountain Buckboard Bacon made with pork butts is amazing. I've made their summer sausage, brats and weiners also. Been excellent. I just put together my own bacon cure for some Canadian bacon. ...
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    I had the opportunity to shoot the NRA Regional...

    I had the opportunity to shoot the NRA Regional 50 Meter 3-Position Smallbore matches there. I always wanted to shoot the 300 meter Isu events there but havent made it yet. Super nice range!
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    I shoot 3-Position 50 meter rimfire, 100 yard and...

    I shoot 3-Position 50 meter rimfire, 100 yard and 200 yard rimfire mini palma, high power, instruct rifle, pistol and shotgun self defense, shoot 3-gun (including those horrible black guns - fast and...
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    Forum: Rimfire Area

    The Army Marksmanship Unit Armorers I talked to...

    The Army Marksmanship Unit Armorers I talked to said they clean once or twice a year or if accuracy drops off. Shooters are running about 1000 rnds a week in practice and competition.
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    When its crappy or really close quarters, I love...

    When its crappy or really close quarters, I love hunting with my Socom. I taped the handguard and the front sling swivel also. Shot a buck in a blizzard with it and crawled through a cornfield...
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    I remember them advertised in Shotgun News back...

    I remember them advertised in Shotgun News back in the '70's
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    I never viewed swaging as a way to make cheap...

    I never viewed swaging as a way to make cheap bullets. With top notch jackets like J4 and high quality lead wire, you can make excellent, high precision bullets tailored to your specific needs. ...
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    Forum: Prepper Talk

    Thanks for the first hand experience - ALWAYS...

    Thanks for the first hand experience - ALWAYS best!
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    Forum: Prepper Talk

    I live in central Wisconsin so our climates are...

    I live in central Wisconsin so our climates are lots different. I grafted some cider apple trees and the deer got them all. Fenced the trees completely and mulched and the voles ate the bark off...
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    Forum: Prepper Talk

    Maybe you could get some small boas from the...

    Maybe you could get some small boas from the everglades. Should take care of the mice and cats! All seriousness aside, a friend of mine has lots of classic cars stored. They use an essential oil...
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    Maybe a good way to look at your pears would be...

    Maybe a good way to look at your pears would be to juice some through a juicer and drop a tool in to measure the amount of sugar. It is a glass tube with a weight and scale that floats at different...
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    I use just a standard eating pear like a bartlett...

    I use just a standard eating pear like a bartlett from one tree. The other tree produces a small round hard pear that isn't good for much else but cider. Works well for that though. Generally more...
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    Forum: Cast Boolits

    A good taper crimp is important and get a chamber...

    A good taper crimp is important and get a chamber gage. I quick gage every round that comes out of the Dillon. It's astounding sometimes what doesn't pass. I use the failed cases for jam clearing...
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    Forum: Prepper Talk

    Advertising that you have a lot of anything...

    Advertising that you have a lot of anything during a time of want is a quick way to have it taken from you and probably your life in the process. Its ok to have a lot, just not great for that...
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    Forum: Swaging

    I saw Dave Corbins coffee pot he makes the lube...

    I saw Dave Corbins coffee pot he makes the lube in during a visit there many years ago. Where do you guys find anhydrous lanolin? I have access to semi loads of castor oil.
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    An old benchrest bullet maker told me about his...

    An old benchrest bullet maker told me about his procedure years ago. He had a ratio of amount of lube per jacket and measured out the lube necessary for the jackets he was swaging. He put the lube...
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    Is there lube inside your jackets? Maybe try...

    Is there lube inside your jackets? Maybe try solvent cleaning a few jackets to see if it goes away. The only times I have had cores pop is when there was lube contamination somewhere. Cleaning a...
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    A friend of mine had a massive collection of...

    A friend of mine had a massive collection of Winchester 22's including a number of guns that the guys building the rifles put together for themselves in little government work projects. Could have...
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    I guess if I needed to carry a 22, the main...

    I guess if I needed to carry a 22, the main reason would be extreme concealability. A German made Walther TPH would be small and slim enough to justify a 22. Anything bigger, there are better...
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    I put a Boyds Varmint stock on a 452 ZKM Varmint....

    I put a Boyds Varmint stock on a 452 ZKM Varmint. Worked perfect. Its very competitive in the Mini-Palma we shoot. My main gun is a FWB 2600 but that CZ will shoot darn close.
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    P.M. sent

    P.M. sent
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcJf6OP7bGU ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcJf6OP7bGU

    Just watched this. Its a bit long but pretty in depth. I've come to the same conclusion as FarmBif. I think you could generate and store enough power...
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    I have been swaging and paper patching 45-70 for...

    I have been swaging and paper patching 45-70 for 20+ years for full pressure Marlin use. They are not especially hard to patch and they work excellently on game with all the 4198 you can stand. I...
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    Forum: Rimfire Area

    Mini-Palma

    Anyone else shooting Mini-Palma? Second match is coming up here this weekend. Tied for second but got out "X'd" last month.
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    Forum: Prepper Talk

    i can see a muzzleloader being useful in some...

    i can see a muzzleloader being useful in some situations for foraging so as not to use your main ammo. A flintlock in good hands can be a pretty effective meat harvester without using primers and...
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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