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Devlin McBride

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  1. Devlin McBride

    My new Grips

    Works of art right there. I really like the detail in those. Devlin
  2. Devlin McBride

    Stage Target Sequences

    Thanks for all of the responses, advice, and the time it took to write all of that down. This is a lot to digest. If it's worth doing it's worth doing right. I'm sure I'll pick up on it as I go along. Devlin
  3. Devlin McBride

    Will You Please Hand That Foil To Me?

    Set your home wifi SSID to "NSA Surveillance Truck" and watch to see your neighbors peeking out to look. Devlin
  4. Devlin McBride

    Another Engineering Marvel!

    That's where the guy that holds the sign was standing. Devlin
  5. Devlin McBride

    A true friend - Am I

    It's true that money isn't everything but it beats the heck out of whatever is in second place. Devlin
  6. Devlin McBride

    Stage Target Sequences

    This may seem like a simple maybe even stupid question but are there any tricks that people use to help with remembering the target sequence on a given stage? I'm wondering if there is a pneumonic memory aid that is commonly used like righty tighty lefty lucy. Or it is more like the old joke, "How do you get to Carnegie Hall?" and receiving the answer, "practice practice practice". While I'm on the topic, when dual wielding pistols how do the sequences work? Devlin
  7. Devlin McBride

    That One Special Day

    Stunning photo. Kinda reminds me of that Wille Nelson tune..."Feel the wheels grumblin' 'neath the floorAnd the sons of Pullman porters, and the sons of engineersRide their father's magic carpet made of steel" Devlin
  8. Devlin McBride

    How Did They Load That?

    Once I get this home, I'll cut it up for fire wood with my swiss army knife. Devlin
  9. Devlin McBride

    Wood Gun Carts (Problem Solved)

    I've been struggling with this for a while now. I have some woodworking skills and tools but I'm too busy working to spend much time in the shop. To further complicate things I have a car rather than a truck and I needed something I could transport easily. There seems to be too few commercial choices out there for the new guys. I ordered a Rugged Gear a while back. When it arrived, I was less than impressed with the quality and then after assembly I found two tears in the fabric. I called RG and they cheerfully issued a RMA and a refund. They were great to deal with even in an unfortunate situation. I ended up ordering a Mustang Cart and it should arrive next week. Josh has been great to deal with and I'm looking forward to seeing his work in person. Devlin
  10. Devlin McBride

    SASS Approved firearms?

    Looks like something Artemis would have used in "The Wild Wild West" Devlin
  11. Devlin McBride

    Surgery tomorrow. Update 1/29/19.

    Sendin 'em up. Devlin
  12. Devlin McBride

    New California ammunition laws

    Bprder wall needs to turn to the right after Arizona and go up to the Canadian border. Devlin
  13. Devlin McBride

    FS/T Winchester 94 SOLD, THANKS.

    I'll take it Devlin
  14. Devlin McBride

    Reloading supplies...

    This topic has many facets. It's kind of like asking what kind of car should I buy. The answer is "it depends". There are lots of options out there. Let's get started by talking about your expectations on your reloading journey? How many rounds per hour would you like to load? How many times do you want to handle each individual piece of brass? How many calibers do you want to load for? How much time do you want to spend tinkering with the tools as opposed to actual production? What's your budget? Devlin
  15. Devlin McBride

    Using wood for a lead mould?

    Interesting project. I think wood would work for this. The wood chosen for the mould is going to make a big difference. If you choose a resinous soft wood like pine your are going to get a fire during the casting. I think a better choice would be a hardwood like red oak. You'll get some charring of course. From a safety standpoint, I would have a quenching bucket handy at minimum. If you want to immediately reuse the mould and not get it wet, a sealed metal box (ammo can?) to oxygen starve any combustion. Mold construction could be simple or complicated. A plain ingot style with the full surface open to the air would be the simplest but any flash or overfill would have to be manually cleaned up after the fact. Devlin

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