Hello from the PNW Blizzard


#21

Yes sir I do. Shooting guns, repairing guns, gunsmithing 101, buying guns, hunting with guns, reloading, talking about guns, 2A fundraising, (cleaning guns, eh…)


#22

Welcome to the forum @albroswift. I lived in the PNW for about 10 years before moving back home to Michigan.


#23

Welcome!


#24

Welcome from Ky


#25

Hello and welcome to the Forum! Stick around, you’re going to like it here. If you’re not careful you’ll end up adding .303 Brit, 8x50R, 7.62x38… :grin:


#26

If someone showed up with a weapon and some brass in one of those calibers I couldn’t help myself!
I ran the Dillon since the 90’s, just bought the rockchucker last year for some obsolete round Dillon didn’t make a shell plate for, the venerable 405 Winchester.
My post on it over on sixguns:
http://www.sixgun-forums.com/sixguns/content/good-medicine-lions


#27

Welcome to FULL30 we are glad for you to be here. You seem like a busy person, we like to learn.


#28

Lol love that answer. I shot what ever has a trigger myself lol


#29

It would be tough for me to own an unfired collector, that’s for sure!


#30

That is one heck of a lineup, I am super jealous.


#31

I also don’t see the 338 Yeti on that list.


#32

I’m thinking a CR-7, my BAR 338WM is getting long of the tooth.


#33

And don’t forget the extra 500bo barrel :sunglasses:


#34

That 338WM is a great round… but being able to load a 300gr Berger VLD Hybrid (+0.81 BC) into a semi auto, and then shooting at 1.5 miles, with a package that compares in weight to a .308… well, that can only be done with a CR-7.


#35

I believe the BAR 338 was (one of the?) the most powerful autoloading sporter on the commercial market for quite some time.


#36

Barnes X 185 at a a little over 3000fps is no slouch.




#38

You mean like

Bat-Signal

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#39

Thats copy right infringement , he needs his own symbol…and hopefully less spandex and bat horns.


#40

ah,yeah, if you’ve heard of the pants down hug at AR308 you might appreciate spandex keeping things to a minimum


#41

Welcome!