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    Quote Originally Posted by TennJeep1618 View Post
    I'm not sure if you saw, but I posted this a few weeks ago. I used sketchup to model what I think I want the new room to look like.
    No, I didn't see it. I like the Sketchup...might try it.



    Quote Originally Posted by TennJeep1618 View Post
    I'm thinking I'll use slatwall between the countertop and upper cabinets, to easily store tools and regularly used items.
    the aluminum inserts almost double if not more the load bearing capabilities. I think you may be able to order the inserts if what you find doesn't have it.

    My building is 20'X28' and i think I am going to be able to dedicate just about 20'X10-12" for reloading and misc.

    Last edited by Jester896; 06-11-2018 at 05:10 PM.

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  3. #8392
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    Made up 50pc of mixed 38 spl brass for backyard wax bullet practice with my 357 blackhawk. Opened up the primer holes and the primer pockets using my lathe. Pockets will now accept new and drop used primers without a press. 1/2 length gulf wax bullets loaded with small pistol primer only (no powder) travels at 550 fps. Target, 6 round group fast draw, was at 25 feet.
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    Just acquired this... not sure what I'll do with it. Tikka t3 7mm rem mag/meopta glass.

    Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvr6 View Post
    Made up 50pc of mixed 38 spl brass for backyard wax bullet practice with my 357 blackhawk. Opened up the primer holes and the primer pockets using my lathe. Pockets will now accept new and drop used primers without a press. 1/2 length gulf wax bullets loaded with small pistol primer only (no powder) travels at 550 fps. Target, 6 round group fast draw, was at 25 feet.

    Nice shooting and nice revolver!

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    Taking the Glock Armorers course today. Already learned that I like the Gen 5 trigger assemblies better than the prior models.
    Protecting this country and it's communities isn't just the job of soldiers and police, but of every patriot who is capable.

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    Added some "flair" from Larue Tac the other day. I like the Red White Blue touch.

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    No replies in 11 days? For shame!!!

    I ordered this from Brownells... should be here by the end of the week.

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    I bought a bunch more 20 round Thermold mags from Numrich while they are still $4 for the next panic my buddy has several boxes in his corner waiting for my return lol.
    The Four Fundamentals of Rifle Marksmanship: Steady Position; Aiming; Breath Control; Trigger Squeeze.

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    Ordered a 357 maximum contender barrel from haus of arms and some starline brass yesterday.

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    I got my Limited gun back from the gunsmith last week and took a break from moving to start shaping the thumb shield. It wasn't easy, considering I don't have work bench setup at the new house and most of my tools were still in boxes.













    I've still got some work to do on it, but it's good enough to shoot a match this weekend.
    I learn the hard way.

    Resident trigger snob.

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