Buy features, not the color of the box.
-Loading lead? You'll want a Lyman M-Die, and I don't like Lee's post-sizing crimper on lead.
I find the VLD inside chamfer tool does a much better job removing the burr rather than just rolling it inward. Try it, you won't go back.
Yes, but that's not what happened here. Arrest, for reasonable suspicion, and potential charging with a crime, IS due process.
I'm lately impressed with ProShot Copper Solvent IV. It's cheating-easy, and faster than anything else I've found.
I'd be temped at $50.
If you buy it, and fix it with a good cleaning. . . you'll still own a really cheap, crappy pistol.
At first they came for the neo-nazis. . .
"Gun owners have murdered at least five (thousand) folks in the USA."
Best reply yet. Due process of...
If the secret squirrel deals were worth bragging on, they would be.
Sniff test, start at the start, work up.
They should smell like solvent (acetone, thinner), not ammonia.
I would suggest you find and develop a conversational friendship with a local lawyer who's likeminded. I'll bet your state NRA branch could...
A $550 rifle, that should have cost $1000?
Sounds good to me.
Good, don't. It won't help, and might ruin the gun.
Buy Kuhnhausen's 1911 Shop Manual, and understand it, before you remove or polish anything.
I've had that issue with lesser (Lee) measures, but my Uniflow doesn't pass grains into the gap.
You might call RCBS.
No, just faster and more visibly.
Debt is probably as significant a threat, but it takes a more intellectual consideration to appreciate.
2) There has got to be a nasty gouge in the carrier bore from that ring point sticking out! Can you look and see?
It's obvious really. The Party Apparatchiks are incredibly annoyed at Francis's childish outburst of honesty. He spoiled the use of their...
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