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Old Ranger
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Posted: June 01 2018 at 7:01am | IP Logged Quote Old Ranger

Rex 'ole buddy, You got a winner load there to be sure!
Love that 357446 bullet Sadly 2400 in my area is
nothing more than a memory. Haven't seen any in almost
six years. Oh well....

For safety sake having two non-plus-P .38Spl revolvers I
do not load any .38Spl cases above standard loads and
pressure. By not having hot 38s around there's no
mistakes of overloaded rounds in my old guns. For my high
velocity .357Mag loads I use Herco, Blue Dot, Universal,
and AA#7. So for hot stuff in that 28 and my M92
levergun, it's magnum cases all the way. And that
wonderful old Ideal 357446 is THE bullet for my shooting!
Best plain based cast bullet for hot loaded mags ever
made.

Got $450 more to go and that 28 will be here. Like I
said, it's costly! First one I've seen in 20 years
and just happens to be in great shape. Can't say I "need"
it, but I sure as hell want it.

Oops! we've gone and diverted from the prime topic
of the thread! So I guess I'll loose my job over
this like all the big mucky mucks in politics and
Hollywood! Ok, but I have no job! Ha!

We now return you to the previous program already in
progress. Enjoy the ridiculous commercials!

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Posted: June 01 2018 at 10:38am | IP Logged Quote Tom W.

Those Firestone commercials that advocate people crashing
barns, fences and running through cornfields and such are
just plain revolting...

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Posted: June 01 2018 at 4:06pm | IP Logged Quote turbo1889

Tom W. wrote:
Those Firestone
commercials that advocate people crashing
barns, fences and running through
cornfields and such are
just plain revolting...


Absolutely agree. They need to show what
happens next when the farmer catches you
at it. In the case of me being said
farmer it would be an R+ rated reaction.

Edited by turbo1889 on June 01 2018 at 4:07pm


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Posted: June 04 2018 at 4:32am | IP Logged Quote Old Ranger

I'm gonna have to save up for a whole line of copper
coated cooking ware too. I can't wait until I can burn
cheese or plastic wrapped candy in my copper pan and
watch it just slide off!

I wonder how the strict tariffs will effect the
availability of all those Chinese products that pour into
our country for sale on TV?

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Posted: June 04 2018 at 10:23am | IP Logged Quote turbo1889

Actually, those hard copper coated pans
are actually pretty decent. They are NOT
supper non-stick or as tough as they make
them out to be. But they are better then
the other non-stick pans in that the non-
stick coating doesn't wear and flake off
over time like the old non-stick pans did.
They will scratch but they won't have
their non-stick coating flake off.

I wouldn't suggest throwing out perfectly
good pans and replacing them with these
new fangled ones. BUT, if you actually do
need a new pan anyway they are worth
considering especially if you can find one
on a clearance rack like I did for way
less then they charge on TV and no more
then what a regular pan costs.

Edited by turbo1889 on June 04 2018 at 10:24am


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