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  1. jtg452
    jtg452 liked post by TheOldRedneck On thread : Problem with Armscor 115 grain 9mm ammo
    If over all length is within spec the problem is short throat in chamber. The ogive, radius of bullet is in contact with throat before case mouth reaches chamber headspace lip. You have two choices,...
    Liked On: 10-05-2019, 04:50 PM
  2. dennisturner
    dennisturner liked post by TheOldRedneck On thread : Problem with Armscor 115 grain 9mm ammo
    If over all length is within spec the problem is short throat in chamber. The ogive, radius of bullet is in contact with throat before case mouth reaches chamber headspace lip. You have two choices,...
    Liked On: 10-04-2019, 07:47 AM
  3. Rotorflyr
    Rotorflyr liked post by TheOldRedneck On thread : Small-of-back retention holster
    Have often heard people say small of back is worst place to carry. After carrying in all types of rigs, custom to cheap big box store holsters, all are not the same. Like boots and shoes there is no...
    Liked On: 09-24-2019, 12:50 PM
  4. GreenWolf70
    GreenWolf70 liked post by TheOldRedneck On thread : Life Is Too Short For Crummy Brass
    Remington brass is often soft. Trimmed to 44 special length "sometimes " it holds better. I use it for plinking loads in single shots and revolvers
    Liked On: 09-19-2019, 08:54 AM
  5. Czechbikr
    Czechbikr liked post by TheOldRedneck On thread : Life Is Too Short For Crummy Brass
    Remington brass is often soft. Trimmed to 44 special length "sometimes " it holds better. I use it for plinking loads in single shots and revolvers
    Liked On: 09-12-2019, 02:45 PM
  6. tobywan45
    tobywan45 liked post by TheOldRedneck On thread : Titegroup And 45 ACP
    Having or not having a chrony was mentioned. As cheap as they are now having a chrony is within reach of any serious reloader/shooter. You do not have to have one, but it is sort of like driving...
    Liked On: 09-03-2019, 10:39 AM
  7. tobywan45
    tobywan45 liked post by TheOldRedneck On thread : Titegroup And 45 ACP
    A good friend will only load with a powder that has more than enough volume to operate the powder checker on his press and can give performance he wants while staying well below max. Titegroup is not...
    Liked On: 09-03-2019, 10:31 AM
  8. tobywan45
    tobywan45 liked post by TheOldRedneck On thread : Titegroup And 45 ACP
    Several of us have been using Titegroup for years for lots of different type loads. Think the amount of powder looks small in a 45 acp case, look at the amount used in 45 colt, 475, 460, 45/70 etc...
    Liked On: 09-03-2019, 10:24 AM
  9. stupimlico
    stupimlico liked post by TheOldRedneck On thread : Titegroup And 45 ACP
    Several of us have been using Titegroup for years for lots of different type loads. Think the amount of powder looks small in a 45 acp case, look at the amount used in 45 colt, 475, 460, 45/70 etc...
    Liked On: 08-31-2019, 07:34 AM
  10. william
    william liked post by TheOldRedneck On thread : Titegroup And 45 ACP
    Having or not having a chrony was mentioned. As cheap as they are now having a chrony is within reach of any serious reloader/shooter. You do not have to have one, but it is sort of like driving...
    Liked On: 08-30-2019, 02:10 PM
  11. GreenWolf70
    GreenWolf70 liked post by TheOldRedneck On thread : Titegroup And 45 ACP
    Having or not having a chrony was mentioned. As cheap as they are now having a chrony is within reach of any serious reloader/shooter. You do not have to have one, but it is sort of like driving...
    Liked On: 08-30-2019, 12:01 PM
  12. texastaurusguy
    texastaurusguy liked post by TheOldRedneck On thread : Titegroup And 45 ACP
    Having or not having a chrony was mentioned. As cheap as they are now having a chrony is within reach of any serious reloader/shooter. You do not have to have one, but it is sort of like driving...
    Liked On: 08-30-2019, 06:17 AM
  13. TonyC2639
    TonyC2639 liked post by TheOldRedneck On thread : Question re: HSM Cowboy loads
    Used a Lewis lead remover for years to remove lead from revolver barrels. They work great. Now buy Chore boy copper scrubbers, cut up in strips wrap bore brush and clean bore. Pulls all the lead out.
    Liked On: 08-29-2019, 10:29 PM
  14. jtg452
    jtg452 liked post by TheOldRedneck On thread : Question re: HSM Cowboy loads
    Used a Lewis lead remover for years to remove lead from revolver barrels. They work great. Now buy Chore boy copper scrubbers, cut up in strips wrap bore brush and clean bore. Pulls all the lead out.
    Liked On: 08-29-2019, 06:21 PM
  15. olfarhors
    olfarhors liked post by TheOldRedneck On thread : Another Idiot Making Us Look Bad
    I believe stand your ground laws are necessary, they are not an excuse to just shoot someone. These type things undo the work put into getting the stand your ground laws recognized
    Liked On: 08-29-2019, 03:43 PM
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