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Old 03-14-2013, 10:22   #41
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If I didn't handload, there is no way I would own a 10mm.
This will be more true as time goes by with the BHO administration.
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Old 03-14-2013, 11:16   #42
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I have large hands.
Then the standard frame version could be a better fit
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Old 03-14-2013, 18:36   #43
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Then the standard frame version could be a better fit
I'll look for it at my LGS.
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Old 03-14-2013, 21:59   #44
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Yeah, I saw their Facebook update saying they got some of that in but I didn't have the $$$ at the time to take advantage. :(
I did have the $ and want the ammo. Kind of pissed I'm supposed to go on FB which I can't for lack of account to find out! I must be able to get on an e-mail list? It's good ammo and hotter I'm willing to load myself even in new cases. I trust my rolled ammo but he's got insurance, I don't.
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Old 03-18-2013, 17:18   #45
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I did have the $ and want the ammo. Kind of pissed I'm supposed to go on FB which I can't for lack of account to find out! I must be able to get on an e-mail list? It's good ammo and hotter I'm willing to load myself even in new cases. I trust my rolled ammo but he's got insurance, I don't.
Ammo reloading is a fine hobby. I've been doing it since 1978.
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Old 03-20-2013, 19:48   #46
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I did have the $ and want the ammo. Kind of pissed I'm supposed to go on FB which I can't for lack of account to find out! I must be able to get on an e-mail list? It's good ammo and hotter I'm willing to load myself even in new cases. I trust my rolled ammo but he's got insurance, I don't.
Shot 50 rounds of Underwood 180 grain full power this afternoon. Amazing stuff! At just under 800lb.ft.f its a big step up from from the warm loads that Remington and Federal make (570-600ft.lb.f). Shoots really flat and I got a 1" group of three all on the bullseye from a string of 5, at 17yds off hand - we will ignore the two outliers that were 3" off the bull ha ha.

The recoil is a solid thump to the palm but muzzle flip was minimal and I could have double tapped on target - if the range allowed it.

Loud too - I made the guy shooting a .44Mag next to me flinch a couple of times ha ha.
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Old 03-21-2013, 12:16   #47
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I wish people would quit buying stuff, so that the shelves can get stocked up. Prices won't go down until people stop buying and shelves stock up. Then they'll lower prices to move stuff, and hopefully we can finally be over with these stupid prices.

It's people like all of you guys that keep me from being able to get my 6920 at a reasonable price.
You got that right - empty shelves = higher prices.
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