Look in the nosler load manual, likely use H4831 and work up a load your particular rifle likes. Learn an easy way to find the lands and start .020" off. Or wait for it, someone here has the magic load that works in every 270... more...
Aces, My daughter has ideas, and they usually come right out her mouth. Some say she is "Her Dad without a weiner". She has already got in trouble with a teacher over this. I keep telling her to ignore the freaks, keep her head down and mind her business. (Do as I say...) And pray for them.
There has to be a problem in a teenagers life to do this.
Just realized it isn't exactly different than an ear ring or ponytail on a boy. Both were shocking things in the 80's when I was a kid.
If they need the attention and want reaction, they gotta keep pushing past new "normals".... more...
F.S. I have a RCBS Chargemaster Lite powder dispenser that is LNIB, I bought it new several months ago and have used it one time. I never load more than 20 or 25 shells at a time and it’s just easier for me to use a set of digital scales. 225.00 plus actual shipping.... more...
You have to remember when talking about the Hi Power that its a Legacy pistol. It wasn't designed for the version of 9mm we shoot today. CZ made metallurgical changes to their slides & frames (B and later) to accommodate 9mm NATO, and FN didn't fully address that issue with the Hi Power. So most (but not all) Hi Powers aren't really compatible with modern NATO pressure rounds.
If you're looking for a pistol that you're going to treat like your lawnmower; a Hi Power probably isn't for you. I wouldn't recommend the CZ75 for that kind of use either.
The Hi Power is in the same category as the 1911; it's an enthusiasts pistol. And enthusiasts know which ammunition is appropriate for their pistol, and they're quite content with the world.
This^^^^ I have only T series BHP's. They are the only 9mm pistols I have. I am perfectly happy shooting standard pressure 115gr. bullets. All shoot well except for the old style Gold Dots. No need for +P loads.
The Marlin 9mm Camp Carbine teamed up with Grandkids keeps me busy loading. So I bought a few cases of 9mm NATO for them to shoot. Won't shoot those in my old BHP's.... more...
I just dont get putting a scope on a side lock SMH
Well, I can't see that well. I have other sidelocks with peeps, when the scope isn't legal. The real problem is seeing the sights in low light, and also making sure I'm only shooting at a legal deer. This was about 82 yards (measured it yesterday), and the light was good. I could clearly see she was a legal doe. That is not always the case .... more...
Just picked up another E in 300, to hunt with, I have a couple of one piece mounts, a refield and a burris. Ive not used the one piece before, are they alright or should i use a set of weavers? All info and opinions appreciated. Paul... more...
So you are going to shed light oh wise one by insulting me. You are pathetic!
People have known about the corruption, child trafficking, cia manipulation, Paperclip, etc. For twenty years. Who's been brought to justice?
Cue has told of arrests, Hillary for instance, yet she's still running around, shooting off at the mouth. I want to see death penalties carried out.
I take it you believe that is her you see on your "tele vision", where they interrupt the "programing" but will bring you back to the normal "programming" soon. No propaganda going on there now is there. LOL
And if you knew about the corruption, child trafficking, cia manipulation, ect. for thwenty years, why haven't you done any thing about it???? Hhmmmmm Oh ya, you're waiting for someone else to do it for you.
You assume I've done nothing. Secondly, if one takes action by themselves what happens? Have you only believed what you want, and ignored all other possibilities? There have been leaks of information that should have triggered more than it did. Why do you suppose? DOJ, SCOTUS, FBI, CIA, Congress. And every other government entity is corrupt. Snowden, Asante, Kappie, ..... did anything come of their efforts?
Look at the support Trump has. Even "out of office" he could call on the public to overthrow the current government and it would get done. It would have to be all or nothing. Talking about red October is just that. We're more than halfway through it. When do we see arrests? Procecuting?
Like others, I've been doing this a longtime now, long enough to have zero faith in our fellow "Patriots". Until these fellow "Patriots" do something themselves it has not gotten bad enough.... more...
The programing is not as impressive as it was "back in the day" but it's kind of nice to know you can still pick up long range AM stations incase something disrupts more local sources.
Yeah, I occasionally play around with AM (medium wave) reception. I'm not sure of your location but see if you can pick up Radio Rebelde in Havana, Cuba on 670 AM. The station is only about 900 miles from my location and I can occasionally receive it at night.
I loaded 10 up with 42.6gr staBALL shooting 100gr hornady’s And I got 2813 fps for my avg. groups were okay, but nothing I be happy with. I tried imr 4350 42.0grs with 95gr partitions I was getting 2880. Groups are still not great, I loaded them .010 off the lands.
Start adding the powder to that 95 grain load. It will speed up and I bet groups shrink.... more...
They were all pinned on the heavy barrels. The skinny barrels had the blade forged integral. They pinned them and polished the ends flush during final finishing before being blued. It’s very difficult to redo one and have it be invisible like the factory did. It may end up being cheaper and easier to get a used barrel and replace it if the finish on the rest of the gun isn’t pristine.
Does this apply to the M13, M65 and M64HB, too? ... more...
Iron, Spot on! That 600 gram Stihl hatchet is a good one. It was forged by prandi of Italy, and fitted with an ash handle. I believe it is c45 steel. I run one as well for knocking spruce bows off trees on the trail. I've even hewed out a replacement stanchion for the dog sled after an accident that broke the sled. A little thin in kerf for splitting spruce but dmn good for hand work, hewing out tools or sled parts. It NEVER chips in the below zero and holds an edge.
Cwh2, The Stihl line up is a good one. Above the Stihl branded prandi hatchet, it's all Ochsenskopf German steel. Some are fitted with ash handles, and the pro stuff fitted with hickory.
I only like the steel collars on the splitting axes, to protect the handle. So I usually get the Stihl branded splitting axes. They have a stout top plate system too, that uses a long torx screw and a roll pin. I split all my wood by hand, and the head never loosens.
The steel collars and top plate are not needed on the forestry axes, and add too much weight. Also difficult to choke up on them for detailed work with that steel collar.
For that reason, I just bypass the Stihl branded stuff and go right to Ochsenskopf for the hickory handle, minus the steel collar for the forestry axes. I like the 1250 gram one for pounding felling wedges and general camp use.