JLA
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JLA

Well-Known Member, Male, from Heart Of Texas

"We buy things we don't need, with money we don't have, just to impress people we don't like." Apr 28, 2014

JLA was last seen:
Jul 16, 2014
    1. DocMckaig
      DocMckaig
      found post re:.410 brass very helpful, questions.1 how tight do powder wads need to fit 2 how much pressure to pack powder 3 resin shot cups, yes or no? 30 years loading to spec pistol and some rifle but first adventure with shotgun, and as you pointed out these are really magnum pistol rounds. just worried about packing, not too much, not too little...
    2. Kestral
      Kestral
      Need some advice about export from a USA company via an American private citizen ref pistol magazines.The company said they do not export so I would have to have them sent to a citizen who would then post them on to me. Is this legal. best regards Kestral
    3. JLA
      JLA
      "We buy things we don't need, with money we don't have, just to impress people we don't like."
    4. BETH-CT
      BETH-CT
      hey Josh have not been on in awhile and have new email from when i first came on forum had to register as Beth-ct is the anyway i can get my old name back BETH?
    5. JLA
      JLA
      Sounds good John. Lookin forward to The 26th. I probably wont stay thru sunday as I normally do.
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    6. JLA
      JLA
      Holy smokes. New TFF is sweet! Sorry for my absence guys n gals
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    7. jedwil
      jedwil
      Josh, We'll be seeing you soon, I hope. Last year was a personal disaster. Looking forward to this year. I would like to bring a few projects. I am finally going to get the nite sights for the Beretta 92SBC and I want it Cerakoted. Also want an AR cerakoted to match. I'd like to bring an older M70 and Remington .22 for you to evaluate and comprehensively clean and repair or help me dispose of. Regards, John
    8. JLA
      JLA
      Were good Myles. Have been covered up with work. Have not had any time for recreational endulgencies.
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    9. carver
      carver
      Hey! How y'all are? Post up something to let us all know how you guys are doing, we miss you!
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    10. JLA
      JLA
      I have been very busy these last couple months and it shown no signs of stopping anytime soon. We are doing well and hope you all are too.
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    11. todd51
      todd51
      Hey Josh, was just thinking about you. Hope you and your beautiful family are doing well. Also hope the smith business is prospering. Happy New Year.
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    13. JLA
      JLA
      :thumbsup:
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    14. howlnmad
      howlnmad
      Sounds good to me. Let me get through the hunting season and the holidays and I'll get with you on it.
    15. JLA
      JLA
      Be glad to take care of it. Got a real nice graphite black I can put on it. Lookin at about $200 with return shipping.
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    16. howlnmad
      howlnmad
      Either a black or gun metal blue. Nothing real fancy, the guns not worth a lot but the grandson likes it.
    17. JLA
      JLA
      color?
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    18. howlnmad
      howlnmad
      Yeah, barreled action Remy.
    19. JLA
      JLA
      Barreled action?
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    20. howlnmad
      howlnmad
      Josh,
      Any way of getting a quote on a one color coating job on a rifle?
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    Gender:
    Male
    Home page:
    http://www.smokinbarrelscustomgunsmithing.com
    Location:
    Heart Of Texas
    Occupation:
    Gunsmith
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    Certified Texas Redneck;

    Professions include: Gunsmithing, Shooting and Handloading.

    Hobbies include: Boating, Fishing and Professional combat/tactical Training

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    It takes 43 muscles to frown, 17 to smile, and 3 for proper trigger squeeze.

    The latest caliber or gear is no substitute for experience and skill. Rifles and cartridges don't make hits -- shooters do.

    Fact of life:
    After Monday and Tuesday, even the calendar says WTF!


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