Been pulled over - presented license - had a discussion about glocks - let off with a warning.
And how.carney said:i can think of a negative effect, i shoot more now, so more range fees and ammo costs
A cheap used RCBC, LEE or other single stage reloader is also a good idea. Progressives are great but its a real pain in the ass doing small run test loads on them. You use the cheap single stage to find the load your gun wantds to shoot then once you have them you switch to the Dillion dial in the charge, pop in the dies and go to town.Adler said:I have a free range but I need to start reloading soon. Im saving up for so many things and one is a prodressive Dillion reloader. I cant afford to shoot my 44mag Taurus,my Mas36 in 7.5, or my 1941 Carcano in 6.5.
Guns, especially older 1's can be picky eaters. A load loved by 1 cqan be hated by another sometimes it takes tinkering to find the loads. With a dillon it's easier to load 100 than it is to load 5Adler said:Well for most of my gusn I would reload for, they are all wheel guns or bolt action ww2 era rifles. So with a good relaoding book it would be easy to dial a load in.
I have seen this first hand a friend of mines cousin fired a 44mag Desert Eagle sideways and it came back and hit him in the head and drew blood.Adler said:You are right for the most part Jamz. The only thing shooting has showed me to the contrary is the idiot wannabee gangster rural hicks are some of the dumbest people on earth, only coming in shy of the title to real gansters.
Just watching some jive talking "ghettoes" out hick kid try to shoot a 44 mag sideways made me amused and afraid.