ShooterJohn

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  1. I have to agree with dabob. With California going completely lead free and all.
  2. Here is a site from Nat Geo with free topo maps. https://petapixel.com/2016/08/06/nat-geo-launches-free-website-printing-detailed-topographical-maps/
  3. Yes it is.
  4. That looks good Rommel.
  5. Those types of targets are fun. That steel can take allot of abuse and live to tell the tale. I've sheared bolt heads off with the bullet splatter.
  6. I read about that in an article several years back. Apparently they reproduce faster than they can kill them.
  7. Here is perhaps a better alternative to Moly it is HBN. It has none of the downsides of Moly with regard to corrosion. http://www.6mmbr.com/bulletcoating.html
  8. Rommel, I think you may be right.
  9. That is some tool Rommel. It makes sense that the more consistent everything is in your reloading process the better the batch of ammo.
  10. But you got one and that's what counts.
  11. They just want attention. My wife's cats don't like me.
  12. That's a good bench as both right and left handed shooters can use it.
  13. It sounds easy to use Eric. I can't wait to see the first critter you kill using it.
  14. I would not just reload the pulled bullet cases. Most of the powder manufacturers use are prioitory and not something you can buy. If you pull the bullets I would reload with a known powder. If you measure what comes out you could reload it exactly to the same specs using the bullets pulled for plinking later. As for resizing the necks I would resize to be safe.