Note- the ad required a price, forget the $1- these are free for the first taker
>100 (I’m guessing) metal pipe tobacco tins. Most are in good shape, a few have rust spots. Most are 2 oz. size, a few are larger.
They are handy for small parts such as cscrews
Free to first taker. I can deliver...
I am considering loading 20 ga heavy loads- I have an inertia system Benelli that needs heavy loads until broken in. If I remember correctly, International Clays appears in some of the formulas, but I would have to check.
I have also found that Wass for the 20ga, especially 1 oz and larger are...
I have no doubt that you have 7.92x57 ammo there, but my question is -“Is it Argentine?”- Argentine ammo is 7.65x57 and was use in the 1891 rifles and carbines up until the 1970s.
A quick search of the web suggests that the A A might be of Danish Manufacture.
I am wondering if you gentlemen can point me in the right direction here.
A friend whose father is demented is attempting to move his father’s collection of firearms from New Mexico to Maryland. From a brief conversation, it doesn’t sound like there are any prohibited firearms.
My friend’s dad...
It’s a military thing. Rifles, pistols, and revolvers are not “guns”, they are rifles, pistols and revolvers.
Picture a recruit holding a rifle in one hand and grasping his genitalia with the other. “ This is my rifle, this is my gun. One is for shooting, the other’s for fun”
A large part of the cost is the labor involved in regulating the barrels. They must be soldered together, test patterned, and if off, must be taken down, refitted and test patterned again - ad infinitum. This is neither cheap nor quick. Same deal with double rifles, and you don’t see those start...
As far as I know, H110 and W296 are the same powder.
I know that Hodgdon's current data for these powders is identical, and suspect that the variation of data prior to the most recent is due to factors other than the powder.