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  1. The Ammo & Reloading Forum
    Well it was a nice cool morning today, for this time of year, so I drug out the fish cooker and cast a few 358-200 bullets. Lee 35-200 Commercial Mold over Cast Iron Pot on the Fish Cooker Water Dropped Open Commercial Mold 100+/- 200 Grain Bullets Lyman #2 Alloy (not graded) 200 Grain...
  2. The Ammo & Reloading Forum
    Well I've been setting around on a raining day without much to do. I have shot my cap and ball revolver enough for it to need a dip in the sink and am not quite ready to do that just yet. My primers are getting lower than I like so am conserving those and not doing any sizable reloading runs...
  3. Introduction Forum
    Hello, I am new to this forum and my name is Daryl. I am looking forward to getting a lot of information from this forum. I am 75, retired and anxious to have some fun with my family. My wife loves to shoot with me so I have a pass to shoot anytime. I own a few firearms and used to hunt when i...
  4. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    Dad was a 357 nut, and I remember this being one of his favorites. To my untrained eye it appears to be in near-perfect condition, with virtually no scratches, erosion, rust or discoloring on any material. There is a distinct difference in color between the barrel and frame, which leads me to...
  5. Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers
    I have been searching for some time for a Red Hawk 357Mag, 5.5 stainless . . . haven't we all? Recently my LGS acquired a 44Mag that is 5.5 stainless and very nice looking gun - circa 1983 according to the serial number. I had no idea that Ruger is still making these so I am now in decision...
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