Just bought a new 22 LR reloader

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  1. 358 winchester

    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    I can't wait for it to get here, I am excited about it and will post pictures as soon as I get it up and running :) No Joke folks :eek: wonder if I will really save that much money :confused: I will almost bet that I end up spending more just getting set up then I would if I spend it on ammo. :rolleyes: :D
    Ron
  2. Deputy Dawg

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    i have had a 22LR reloader for years.Whenever my son and i go out to the county to shoot our 22s, when it comes time to reload the magazine for my Ruger 10/22 I just hand it to my son and he reloads for me. :D :D
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    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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  4. armedandsafe

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    Yup, I used to do this too. However, the little bugger would always shoot up all the rounds he had loaded in and hand me back the empty weapon. Durned little kid. :D

    Pops
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    Did you get the Carla model? :D :D :D :D :D :D
  6. 358 winchester

    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    Nope it is a real reloader :)
  7. hoser1

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    I didn't know there was such a thing. Who made it?
    What do you prime the cases with?
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    snicker snicker.....

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    A 22LR reloader is good for making light loads for snipe hunting.

    Clouder..
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    ;) :) Them da%$ snipes are an elusive little creature ain't they:)
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    never mind
  12. 358 winchester

    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    Hoser1 I will post pictures just as soon as it arrives! don't let the old goats get to you :) ;)
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    Snipe hunting now that is a sport I haven't enjoyed for years.
  13. armedandsafe

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    When I was heavily into snipe hunting, I found that the hardest part was finding the right partner (where's the BigEvilGrin emoticon?) :D

    Pops
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    Snipe hunting is great fun with a lot of new Boy Scouts. The look on their faces is precious (I was there in the midst of them . . . way back when.)
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    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    The Wilson snipe is a fine eating bird :) And if you have spend much time in the north east then you may call them wood cocks I beleive thats the right bird :)
    Not bad for a DOCB. :D
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    I know for a fact that you don't hunt snipes with a gun. You hunt them with a sack. You hold that sack open while you give the snipe call. "Here snipe snipe"
    Whilst the others are beating the bush to drive them to you hollering "go snipe snipe".
    Great fun.
    I was never any good at it though.
    I hollered and hollered and never caught nary a snipe.
    Must not've been holding my mouth right.
  17. armedandsafe

    armedandsafe Guest

    Is this what they call "thread drift?" Just curious. :D

    Pops
  18. southernshooter

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    Snipe is a bird origanally from England a pheasent type bird. Good EatingAnd when the military needed good sharpshooter's the recruited Snipe hunter's from England which is where the word sniper origanally originated from.
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    Eating something that taste like dirt is not my idea of good tasting. The bird with the upside down brain, and flys to match it.


    LTS
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    Yep.... Ain't it beautiful ?!!!! snicker snicker....

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