Procedure for brand new brass

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Re: Procedure for brand new brass

Post by Rod_outbak » 21 Jan 2019, 6:12 am

[quote="NAHMINT II"]
LAPUA and NORMA as stated above is without a doubt, #1 brass... us poor old buggers on pension shoot what we can afford.....I debur flash hole,campher inside and outside of neck after full length resizing.....then check o.a.l........we have critters that bite back here on the island....wolves,mountain lion and big bears....
we can hunt bear in spring and fall,but lots of us hunt wolves and the big cats for 10 months a year..... ammo feeding properly is not something one wants to worry about,. unless I am hunting with someone,i leave the semi automatic rifles at home....again,no worrying about FAILURE to feed.
cheers glenno / NAHMINT II
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"we have critters that bite back here on the island....wolves,mountain lion and big bears...."

???

You dont think we have biteys here in Australia??

Havent you heard of Drop-Bears??
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Re: Procedure for brand new brass

Post by JimTom » 21 Jan 2019, 7:26 am

:lol: Bwahaha yeah those drop bears are savage little buggars eh. :lol: :lol:
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