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 91 
 on: July 28, 2015, 08:25:29 pm 
Started by Ike Kant - Last post by Fox Creek Kid
The older pre-CNC Ubertis has better part fitment, but seemed ot be more prone to shooting off to a side (as well as high). The newer ones are made better, but parts fitment is poorer in general IMO. As well, the newer ones shoot high (as do almost all) but have better windage. I think that is due to CNC & perhaps even lasers(?).

 92 
 on: July 28, 2015, 08:16:27 pm 
Started by ndnchf - Last post by ndnchf
Ressurecting an old thread here. Nearly 2 years ago I picked up this loading tool. After finding out it wasn't for the. 32 Long colt, I set it on the shelf with the idea that some time in the future I might get a. 32-20 rifle. We'll, that day came this week. in fact I got the daily double! It seems that a #2 Remington rolling block and a model 1889 Marlin, both in 32-20 are joining my heard. So I will finally be able to use this nice little tool.

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 93 
 on: July 28, 2015, 08:07:08 pm 
Started by Ike Kant - Last post by Coffinmaker
Well ......... Slim,

I my area, we had a shooter who shot nothing but "clean" matches, three times a month, for four or five seasons.  Then he received a "P" that eliminated a "clean" match and ended his string.  I don't think I ever saw him shoot a stage in under 105 seconds.

Coffinmaker

 94 
 on: July 28, 2015, 07:34:51 pm 
Started by ira scott - Last post by ira scott
That WAS a good price on the Uberti carbine at Cabelas! Guess that's why it's sold. Thank you for the link anyway! I've still got a few months to shop.

 95 
 on: July 28, 2015, 07:28:59 pm 
Started by Pitspitr - Last post by ira scott
WHAT ISSUES?   Kind of sounds like "WHAT VIDEO" doesn't it Jerry?

 96 
 on: July 28, 2015, 07:00:47 pm 
Started by Forty Rod - Last post by Highlander
As I recall at the outbreak of the war, everyone was scrambling for weapons to arm their troops. Even large quantities of flintlock muskets left over were bought up and issued. So I surmise that while the Hall may have been obsolete, it was still a functional firearm that was available, cheap and serviceable.  The fact that other military units also purchased and used them does lend some credibility to their reliability and durability, weather aside. And even the muzzle loading percussion firearms also suffered in heavy rain. I have shot competition and turkey shoots in steady rain with my guns, both flintlock and percussion. So I know the difficulties that were encountered. Smiley

 97 
 on: July 28, 2015, 06:53:26 pm 
Started by Pitspitr - Last post by Silver Creek Slim
Well, since I am the National Secretary, I would be the one with the back issues. I'll look around and see if there are any left of that issue.
Which issue is it?

Slim

 98 
 on: July 28, 2015, 06:52:27 pm 
Started by treebeard - Last post by Coal Creek Griff
Being used to iron sights, I almost shot my chronograph when I helped a friend with some handloads for his scoped .243 rifle.  I had the chronograph held on a stand with a bungee cord.  When I was done shooting, I noticed that I had clipped the bungee cord with one of the shots.  There was a black streak on the top of the chronograph where the bullet went, but no actual damage.  It doesn't get much closer than that.  The black mark is there to remind me to be more careful.  Wink

CC Griff

 99 
 on: July 28, 2015, 06:51:56 pm 
Started by LTCol Long - Last post by Silver Creek Slim
Does your calendar sunburn the top of its head too?  Shocked Wink
I still have some hair there. Wink

Slim

 100 
 on: July 28, 2015, 06:48:03 pm 
Started by Silver Creek Slim - Last post by Silver Creek Slim
Hot today. Storms tonight. Supposed to be cooler tomorrow.

Slim

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