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  1. Sold PF Ponsness Warren 800 plus 12 Ga

    We made a deal AO
  2. Sold PF Ponsness Warren 800 plus 12 Ga

    Pm 'd you Waimea AO
  3. Sold PF Ponsness Warren 800 plus 12 Ga

    I sold a lot of stuff for pards on here , a lot of happy buyers too. Most folks who beieve or not don't use the interweb AO
  4. Sold PF Ponsness Warren 800 plus 12 Ga

    Yes & was not planning on it but could get it there or bring it
  5. Can you cut half notches in rugers hammers?

    one more bonus of half cock is you can eliminate transfer bar if you modify hammer for it, might as well if your having someone modify them, I had my Rugers set up with SBH hammers and switched them to old model style hammers like them better especially if not short stroked as hammer goes way closer to thumb with SBH style
  6. Rifle staging

    A "Gamer" is usually someone that's is very knowledgable about the rules and does things nobody else thinks of within the rules because other folks aren't as knowledgeable of the rules, then them other folks are jealous and call names. The problem is clubs let folks get away with stuff because they don't know or don't enforce the rules and then when somebody does they get upset. AO
  7. Sold PF Ponsness Warren 800 plus 12 Ga

    Ocala FL, be at Gainsville shoot tomorrow
  8. Sold PF Ponsness Warren 800 plus 12 Ga

    I’m selling a PW 800 plus in 12 GA , its not mine selling for a pard that quit shooting, this is a late model machine that was used low production CAS shooting so it’s like new comes with D handle and a few extras you see in pic $700 i don’t want to ship so this would be a face to face deal, I'm in North Central Florida, AO
  9. Sold SKB 100 12 GA

    Nope, got funds today AO
  10. Sold SKB 100 12 GA

    Sold to Polecat Joe AO
  11. Is the action tight on that shotgun?

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    2. Rob Banks SASS #59528

      Rob Banks SASS #59528

      if for any reason the sale falls thru please give me a call,,,, Rob Banks 714-206-6893

    3. Arcadia Outlaw SASS#71385

      Arcadia Outlaw SASS#71385

      Will do, but I believe he's going to get it 

       

      AO

    4. Rob Banks SASS #59528

      Rob Banks SASS #59528

      Thanks for the reply.

  12. Sold SKB 100 12 GA

    Sold a super nice Ithaca SKB 100 in 12 Gauge, Tuned by Doc Noper with barrels at 22”, single trigger with inertia reset, this gun is tuned to shoot light loads, I bought this from Doc with the intention of playing around with a sXs as I’m a 97 shooter but found I don’t have motivation to practice with it and have not even shot a box of shells thru it, beautiful shotgun but I don’t need a safe queen , $1485 shipped to FFL
  13. What if you only want to reload 357/38?

    No & no, It’s probably because they got distracted and forgot too index machine , I would not call them stupid, I’m not blaming the machine ( it's a machine) but with a self indexing machine it’s harder to screw up even with distraction , that’s great you never had a problem , I know lots of people with 550’s that never had a problem as well but I’m curious when folks do have a problem so I ask AO
  14. What if you only want to reload 357/38?

    I also ask folks when they get a squib or a double charge, and the answer is almost always a Dillon 550. The progressive presses are not that complicated if your mechanically inclined and not one to force things when something does not feel right. Too me its a waste of time to get a single stage to learn how to load, on a Progressive you can run 1 shell at a time to learn the individual steps and see how each one works, in a couple of minutes you see how it works, now you can make some ammo. I like to shoot not load, I can make my ammo for a match in a few minutes. I started with a Dillon 650 with case feeder,( the powder check die is a nice feature) its been 10 years and thousands upon thousands of rounds loaded with very little issues over the years, I had never loaded before or hand loaded anything, I set the 650 up & running in a couple of hrs and never looked back. I would recommend the Dillon Square Deal, Dillon 650. Hornady Lock n load Good Luck AO
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