Wow, where did you find those?
I donít believe in fairy tales, sermons, or stories about money, baby sister. But thanks for the cigarette
Ė Rooster Cogburn; True Grit
When I am king you will be first against the wall....
True hunting's over, no herd to follow, without game men prey on each other, the family weakens by the bite we swallow...
True leaders gone, of land and people, we choose no kin but adopted strangers, the family weakens by the lengths we travel..
I thought, as did my buddy who gave them to me, that they were "pulled" bullets. When I took the pics earlier, I noticed that they were new. Mid 1950's style, Match Bullets.
He no longer shoots Service Rifle, and gave me an assortment of supplies. Including 300 of the 172gr Match Bullets.
Now another trivia question. Do you know what IMR stands for, in the DuPont powder line?
Duty is the sublimest word in the English language. Every man should desire to do his duty, no man should desire to do less. Robert E Lee.
"Iron sharpens iron, So one man sharpens another." -Proverbs 27:17
"In the multitude of words there wanteth not sin: but he that refraineth his lips is wise." -Proverbs 10:19
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Team .45-70 #191
Team .35 Rem #468
Team .30-30 #75
I've read, and promptly forgotten, the many ways to diagnose all kinds of problems with the Garand by registering what the en-block clips do when ejected.
The Garand Collectors Association had a write-up about it once. The Schuster gas plug works as advertised.
Speak softly, but ride like hell!"
I've had two new Springfield M1s and one service grade CMP. I shot the new UMC 150 fmj and for softnose, the Federal Blue Box 150. All worked great and the clip went out and forward sort of. Good luck to you.
Genesis 3:21 ...God, the first Furrier.
This is the reason that steel pots were issued!
It sounds like to me the clip ejector spring is weak. It's not a bid deal to change it out if your familar with taking the trigger housing apart. Numrich has them for a little less than $5.00.
Written on a c-ration case Khe Sanh 1968: "For those who fight for it, freedom has a flavor the protected never know." Author unknown.