New Guy

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What She says

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#8

Hickock45 :grin:

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#9

Yet he never visits, such a hypocrite …jk lol

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#10

Thanks to everyone for the welcome, following the introduction instructions I shoot a Lframe 686, Glock 19, Winchester 94 and a I spent way too much on it .22 rifle. I have a few more guns but they are probably too old to shoot. Going in to see the dentist, talk later, and thanks again :+1:

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#11

Welcome!

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#12

Welcome to Full30 @Barryc123 Good to have you here. I’m working on a series of videos for reloading, here’s one. https://www.full30.com/video/37a69d513ddfac3428b1d5a728aa5cc4

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#13

Welcome to the forum Brother!

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#14

Welcome to the community! We’re happy to have ya.

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#15

Welcome to the forum! There is no such thing as a dumb question, so don’t be afraid to ask us anything.

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#16

I totally support this post!

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#17

Watched the video posted by Dan? I think his name is, and was wondering if I should be cleaning out the primer pockets on my .38’s & 357’s ? If so I really screwed up :roll_eyes:

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#18

I recommend it, but if they go bang then they go bang!

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#20

welcome to the forum!

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#21

Glad you’re here.

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#22

Is your screen name a double entendre?

:rofl::rofl::rofl:

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#23

Ooohhhhhh…pinger. Lol misread that.

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#24

Primer pocket cleaning isn’t necessary each time. I manually clean them with a cleaning tool after 5 reloads or so.

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#25

I just like the sound of shooting steel. No other meaning intended. LOL.

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#26

Welcome to the continuation of the Kavinaugh hearings.

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#27

:+1:

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