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 on: Today at 06:56:54 am 
Started by Major E A Sterner - Last post by Silver Creek Slim
Morning y'all.
Thanks fer the coffee.

First sn*w of the season. Grass is covered. 'Tis 28. "Blustery. Colder. Partly cloudy. Scattered flurries in the morning. Highs in the upper 30s. North wind 15 to 25 mph with gusts to around 35 mph."


 on: Today at 06:29:16 am 
Started by Major E A Sterner - Last post by Texas Lawdog
Arcey, That gumbo looks good, All it needs is a few shots of Texas Pete. Thanks for the Cawffee this morning LIT, I am having a Banana-Nut Muffin with my Cawffee. TK, I was surging the Internet, and looked up the Studebaker Museum in South Bend, Indiana. There are pictures of a lot of Studies. The Studebaker Brothers started out building Conestoga Wagons. I was able to tour the old museum several years ago while I was on a prisoner trip. I love going to museums, especially Military, Old Cars, and Old Airplanes. I would really like to get my hands on your Grandad's Pickup and get it running for you. We had a Studebaker dealership in my hometown, as I was growing up. My Dad was a self-taught mechanic and ran a Garage for 30 years.

 on: Today at 05:29:17 am 
Started by Major E A Sterner - Last post by Four-Eyed Buck
Thanks,LIT Wink

44 and dark here. Guesser's are saying rain later, and then the first appearance of that evil four letter word Roll Eyes Shocked

zhave to take the Hamstermobile to the shop later, it's developed a noise in the front suspension. Guess the chuckholes caught up with it. Still under warranty, though. Tongue Lips Sealed

 on: Today at 05:21:22 am 
Started by Major E A Sterner - Last post by Lucky Irish Tom
Coffee and tea are ready. Nice morning, heading out later for feed and bedding for the horses.

 on: Today at 05:08:12 am 
Started by paledun - Last post by Wildcat Will
I've been use the brass shotshells for many years now and find there is no reason to mess with the mouth of the shell.  If you use 11gage wads and glue the over shot card in (I use a standard hot glue gun), you shouldn't have any problems.

 on: Today at 05:04:19 am 
Started by Pony Racer - Last post by Wildcat Will
There were wonderous clouds hanging over each of the bays.  After Cardinal shoots her next match complete with BP, which I'm sure will be her next match, I think we need to consider inducting her into the F&B Posse.  She puts out more smoke than some folks do at the Va State BP match. 

 on: Today at 05:02:09 am 
Started by Ruff - Last post by Ruff
Howdy parts,

Just placed a bunch of reloading equipment for sale in the classified section. Central California only.ccheck it out.

 on: Today at 04:45:20 am 
Started by Ruff - Last post by Ruff
Reloading Equipment (Stockton, CA--PICKUP ONLY)

Howdy pards,

I have a Dillon RL550B for sell with a pile of extras.

Custom 3 toolhead holder (holds the tool head/powder set up for quick caliber changes)
4 Large primer pick up tubes (there may be 8-12 total)
4 Small primer pick up tubes (there may be 8-12 total)
3-7 Extra toolheads
Dillon Low Powder Sensor
Dillon Powder Measure (there are at least 1 extra and maybe 3, all are complete except one is missing the large?? powder bar)
Dillon Roller Handle (Aluminum)
Dillon RL550/XL650 Strong Mount
Dillon 1" Bench Wrench
RL 550B Machine Maintenance Kit
I think I also have this:
Dillon's RL 550 Toolholder w/Wrench Set

$750.00 or do inventory of other items and I'll give you first choice at other items and drop price of Dillon to $720.00.

Also several buckets of mixed brass mainly 45 Colt, 357 Magnum, 38 Special. There is also some 38 S&W and 45 Schofield, maybe 100 rounds each. Also new Starline brass 45 Colt, 500-2000 cases, 45 Schofield, 250-1000 cases, 38 Special 500-2000 cases. Lasercast lead 45 255 grain RNFP 500-2500??, 38/357 125 grain RNFP???. 45-70 Brass, lead and dies. I am not sure what all is there. If interested and willing to do inventory for me we can talk package deal.

All items are located at my parents house in Stockton, CA. Not interested in trades or breaking up items at this time

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 on: Today at 02:30:48 am 
Started by smittyc7 - Last post by Herbert
These springs are hard to find,S&S may be able to help,or you could try to use the old one by bending a new tab one coil down the old spring,if this does not work any good gunsmith could make you a new one so it would be a good plan to take measurments  and make a drawing of the old one before trying to modify it

 on: Today at 01:35:03 am 
Started by Niederlander - Last post by Dalton Masterson
Pricey though. I remember when that was all I could get for hunting ammo for it. Would find a partial box at a gun show and pay almost full price. Glad I reload now! Wink

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