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 31 
 on: Today at 11:50:08 am 
Started by PJ Hardtack - Last post by Coffinmaker
Aw cummon PJ,

Just how are we suppose to postulate, commiserate, submit WAGs, champion our favorite crimp (whether it works or not) and tie the whole shebang to the particular phase of the moon when you loaded the ammo, if in the original post YOU ANSWERED your own QUESTION.  Not fair.  unsporting.  Go sit in the corner!!

Coffinmaker

 32 
 on: Today at 11:47:31 am 
Started by SimmerinLightning - Last post by will52100
Thanks Coffinmaker, I'll get s tube and give it a try.  I've used Bore Butter for arbor lube for years with good results.  Except for one, if I clean and let the gun sit in the safe for a while whilst enjoying other guns, the bore butter gets kinda dry and stiff on the arbor.

 33 
 on: Today at 11:42:55 am 
Started by Rowdy Fulcher - Last post by Coffinmaker
Oh sure  Roll Eyes  Bragging on "minute of paper plate" now are we!!  Humpf.   Shocked  Nice.  Very NICE   Grin

Coffinmaker

 34 
 on: Today at 11:40:32 am 
Started by jasonfb123 - Last post by Coffinmaker
Stop by your local hardware/sporting goods.  A small diamond stone, used for sharpening fish hooks can work wonders.  Something else I noticed, your primers show scratch marks from dragging on something.  I don't think those cases are in the cylinder "as fired??"  I'm also thinking, your primers are backing out and not being completely re-seated in the case.  Perhaps too light a load??  Primers should be nice and smooth, with no scratches.

Coffinmaker

 35 
 on: Today at 11:37:15 am 
Started by Rowdy Fulcher - Last post by Rowdy Fulcher
Howdy
A picture is worth a thousand words . Grin Grin Grin Grin

 36 
 on: Today at 11:30:04 am 
Started by Fox Creek Kid - Last post by Pettifogger
Interesting that the whole time they are talking and waving the gun around it was loaded.

 37 
 on: Today at 11:16:45 am 
Started by LonesomePigeon - Last post by hellgate
I have an early 36 cal Uberti Remington with 6X.75 nipple threads (like Pietta & ASP/Euroarms) and two later 44cal Remingtons with the 12X28 threads Like ASM.

 38 
 on: Today at 11:05:22 am 
Started by SimmerinLightning - Last post by PJ Hardtack
I do NOT like the smell of Ballistol.  Not good for brushing teeth either.   Grin

Coffinmaker

Best description of the smell of Ballistol: "Smells like the puck in the bottom of truck stop urinals."

Smell or no, I've found it an excellent product for a variety of applications.



 39 
 on: Today at 11:01:30 am 
Started by PJ Hardtack - Last post by PJ Hardtack
My Farmingdale Shiloh Business Rifle not only requires full length resizing of cases (especially if fired in another rifle), it
will not chamber a round that has been roll crimped. All my other 45-70 rifles will eat anything I feed them if the OAL is within spec.

What are other people doing for a crimp? I have an RCBS taper crimp die and it works like a hot damn. I once tried loading several taper crimped rds into my '86, but it was not a good idea. The crimp was not sufficient to prevent bullets from being seated too deeply into the cases.

I suppose I could have increased the amount of taper crimp, but then it gets to the point of bullet deformation.

Conclusion: separate loads for lever action rifles and single shots.

 40 
 on: Today at 11:01:03 am 
Started by LonesomePigeon - Last post by Coffinmaker
Personally, don't have a clue about the "old" Uberti you have.  However, "normally" Pietta and Uberti do NOT play well together.  Don't push the threads.  May strip and then your screwed until you find a "fit-able" cylinder.  I'd shop for some different nipples.

Coffinmaker

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