Lil'Gun 357mag Chrono Data In My Rossis

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Re: Lil'Gun 357mag Chrono Data In My Rossis

Postby Mad Trapper » 07 Oct 2018 16

Im ok now, i am well stocked and am constantly taking inventory, and quickly restocking the items i use.
I wont be caught off guard again, assuming reloading components, ammo, etc will always be available.
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Re: Lil'Gun 357mag Chrono Data In My Rossis

Postby Ranch Dog » 07 Oct 2018 16

Mad Trapper wrote:Im ok now, i am well stocked and am constantly taking inventory, and quickly restocking the items i use.
I wont be caught off guard again, assuming reloading components, ammo, etc will always be available.

Amen... be prepared and fully restocked by every Presidental mid-term. Forecast what you need for at least the next four years now.
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Re: Lil'Gun 357mag Chrono Data In My Rossis

Postby Mad Trapper » 07 Oct 2018 18

Thank you RD.
Another thing i have been picking up from time to time are the 25 lb bags of shot.
Especially the magnum shot.
I picked up a bag of the American Eagle magnum shot, payed around $41.00.
Checked there website, it said mix is 95/5 lead/antimony.
Now ive been putting back tin, not much, just a pound now and then,
I store these items with my boxes of wheel weights, lead sheeting,etc.
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