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Old 11-06-2012, 04:46 PM   #21
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LOL... But at least you are cool enough to get your LTC to own a gun unlike a lot of those anti gun liberals

Take the move like I did to freedom! I left th ex, and I find out tomorrow if I get back all the money she stole from me...then I'll be able to fund my next firearm purchase.. and there is a good list going already
Its a disease. I had to do more brewing to stop spending money on guns lol. Get your C&R FFL, then the real fun begins when you just have to click buy and ship to your house for antique guns.
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Old 11-06-2012, 08:41 PM   #22
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Here's what I got.... I don't like mixing my booze with my shooting, "liable to shot something or someone I didn't intend to shoot". I like the fact that I can mix in 410 shot with the 45 long colts, plus it a good accurate gun.

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Old 11-06-2012, 09:38 PM   #23
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I've a .45/.410 Cobray double barrel. Fun little banger.

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Old 11-06-2012, 09:44 PM   #24
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Alcohol, tobacco and guns my favorite weekend.

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Old 11-08-2012, 10:38 PM   #25
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I enjoy refilling empty beer bottles as well as empty brass. Have been homebrewing along with reloading since the sixties.

Don't know which I enjoy best. Both give me a feeling of accomplishment as well as providing me with end products that are equal to if not better than what is commercially available.

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Not a whole lot of folks do reloading anymore. My grandfather did, I may still get my old man to teach me.
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Old 11-08-2012, 10:40 PM   #26
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Not a whole lot of folks do reloading anymore. My grandfather did, I may still get my old man to teach me.
I did when shooting competition. I still have the tools, and supplies, to do it again. Just need to set the press up and I'm in business.

Depending on what you're shooting, it can be either a cost savings, or not. It also depends on if you need special rounds, or ones not commercially available, or not. I know someone in FL that (at least he used to) has a reloading business. He has automatic presses that output a lot of rounds for customers.
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Old 11-08-2012, 10:44 PM   #27
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Not a lot of rifles in here. That's pretty much my thing, few handguns and shotguns, lot of varmint rifles.

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Old 11-08-2012, 10:48 PM   #28
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I did when shooting competition. I still have the tools, and supplies, to do it again. Just need to set the press up and I'm in business.

Depending on what you're shooting, it can be either a cost savings, or not. It also depends on if you need special rounds, or ones not commercially available, or not. I know someone in FL that (at least he used to) has a reloading business. He has automatic presses that output a lot of rounds for customers.
Yeah the issue for me is some of the ones passed down you can't buy ammo for anymore so they'll either need to be rechambered or I'll need to start loading.
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Well I'm on a brewing forum and my name here is a famous rifle, so what are the odds that I'm with you!

I've got guns from the 1800's to very modern.

I like the old stuff and the precise stuff.

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Yeah the issue for me is some of the ones passed down you can't buy ammo for anymore so they'll either need to be rechambered or I'll need to start loading.
Well then get crackin there Bubba...

I was checking out some 5.56 rifles today (AR15/M4 style)... I want one, but am not ready to spend the cabbage to get it.
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