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My only reasonably carry-able firearm, a FEG B9R chambered in 380ACP. 15 round mag, though for legal reasons I only put 7 in.
Ammo is currently Colt SCHP, though I will carry my own handloaded ammo with a Hornady XTP. A bit hotter than the factory ammo, but still reliable.
I use a 2 stage homemade press I got for $50 at a local gun store. Shell holders are held in place by set screws, which is really annoying if you reload more than 1 cartridge in one day.
Gotta upgrade myself to a regular manufactured one at some point, but this may be my designated 38...
First job was working at the local McDonald's, making NYS minimum wage at about $9/hr.
In case you want to skip the essay: TLDR worked at McDonald's, not a bad job but crummy management.
I learned the wonders of aftershave, that being the only thing that could get the smell of grease and fry...
Quick question, I wanna pick up some #8 or #7.5 shot for reloading some target 12 gauge. $50 or less is preferred.
We have a Sportsman's Warehouse near where I live, but apparently they having "difficulties in the supply chain". Management is probably just being slow getting the paperwork...
I recently used up the last of my McClelland No 27 and Blackwoods, and while I'm sad to see them go I am happy to have had them in my cellar.
My question is this: What tobacco would be a suitable substitute for my now discontinued favorite Virginias? It doesn't have to be an exact...
Picked up a 12 gauge Winchester Ranger 120 for a whopping $175 at a local gun shop. Beautiful furniture, used but not abused. Came with the deer slug barrel and a box of Remington STS Light Target shells.
There was an early 1900s Remington on the same rack for about the same price but WAY...
Got tired of not having a proper pipe ashtray. So I made one!
$4 for a small (but weighty) ceramic bowl, I already had the cork, and some super glue. 15 minutes later, I put it through it's paces and emptied/cleaned ALL of my pipes.
Figured I'd share this moment. Got a sleeve of 3 Orlik tins about 5 years ago, and they were at least 5 years old already when I got them.
Well, I just finished the first tin I opened (on the right) and opened the second (on the left). I gave one away as a prize on YouTube (back...