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#1 Richtee

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Posted 12 January 2021 - 05:15 PM

I’m upping my game from .45 cal to 1 inch!

 

Far cry from the 3 and 4” back in the day, but I’m bored. Cut me some slack all you 3 letter agencies  :D


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Posted 13 January 2021 - 03:22 PM

I will say, handmaking everything is interesting. I used to buy hemis and alot of the time quickmatch. Lift cups.

Really learning how to roll a tube seems mundane, until you try it. :D

 

I miss the ballmill and such. I have resorted to Benzolift, because..let’s face it. You need a mill and corned powder to lift smaller shells reliably. The airfloat Skylighter 75-15-10 works OK for black match and priming. But not a good lift for small shells. Perhaps I’ll build another corning press- easy enough. Still have the split 1.5” PVC from making the piston for one 12 years ago :D

 

As far as stars and whatnot..not going there. I just buy the cheapo commercial shit and sacrifice it. And finding some simple black match chunks, and small bits of foil, and treated confetti can make a damned impressive display.

 

Thanks to the site. Yer keeping me sane. Well, in our view I suppose. Some don’t think us right in da haid :D


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