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About BullzeyeNJ

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  1. Some good prices on match grade quality ammo... go to www.primeammo.com No codes needed PRIME'S MOVING SALE CALIBER RETAIL CASE PRICE MOVING SALE CASE PRICE 300 BLK 220 Gr. Sub $864.00 $593.74 338 LAP $1,049.00 $489.39 308 175GR $346.40 $165.00 .223 55GR $409.35 $324.50 260 REM $319.90 $211.75 12 GA Buck $199.40 $123.75 12 GA Slug $356.90 $225.39 .40 S&W $377.80 $223.30 .45 ACP FMJ $419.80 $291.50 .22LR Semi-Auto $899.90 $218.90 .22LR Sub $899.90 $299.00 .45 ACP JHP $650.80 $390.50 9mm Hex $467.20 $319.00 Start Shopping
  2. ^^^ this. And I forgot to mention that the Forster has floating jaws too. A standard single stage using a shell plate for that specific casehead. The Forster does not use one. Also, dont be shy about using a progressive press for reloading rifle ammo. David Tubb and John Whidden, two famous world record holding rifle shooters both use a Dillon 550 progressive for their reloading. They do not use the volumetric powder measure though. Each powder charge is weighed individually on a separate scale and then poured into the primed case. Whidden makes a special toolhead for the Dillons that allows the sizing and seating dies to float. This again is to reduce runout. https://www.whiddengunworks.com/floating-dillon-toolheads/
  3. Like PB said, the Forster Co-ax is a great single stage. It’s different then most other single stage presses because it allows the die to float. Other SS presses the die is screwed in so it cannot float. The importance of this is that it lowers runout so the bullet is concentric to the bore. This in theory should improve accuracy of your rounds.
  4. See if @Shane45can do the work for you
  5. Interested if the date is open for me.
  6. Hi Jim, welcome aboard. I’m up at cherry ridge at least three times a week when the weather is good and twice a week when its not. Usually messing around at the 100 or 300 rifle range looking for the perfect load.
  7. It doesn’t necessarily take 8 years here. It can be done in 6. Two years undergrad and 4 years med school. Don’t forget that UK grads are considered foreign in the US and they have to either pass a foreign graduate comp exam or take another year of schooling to be allowed to practice here so add on another year of school or wait about a year to take the exam. Both of which are not cheap.
  8. Lot of beef there. Are the parents penn hip or OFA certified ?
  9. Most recent numbers for 4 years of vet school is $275 to $300K by the time your finished. That doesn’t include doing an internship or residency post grad. Those are usually paid positions but just enough to maybe live on.
  10. I got mine from Magnus Sports in Las Vegas through JJ Racaza. Take a look at Oak Hill Guns in PA too. They have them in stock regularly and the prices are good.
  11. If you buy it new from a local shop or online retailer then just request for 10 round mags in place of the 17 round mags. Thats what I did. Could not be easier.
  12. Welcome aboard! Nice to hear we have a shotgun instructor on board. Shotgun has never been my strong suit. Pistol and bolt rifle is where I spend my time, and thats where my spare cash goes.
  13. All the 1911’s I have had done have been carbon steel in the white and unfinished before the process. I do get your concern about the high heat though.
  14. I like the 155 Lapua Scenars with Varget. Flat shooting at distance. Tiny groups at closer range.
  15. I've had them all and my favorite right now is black nitride. Its not a coating, its a process done to the metal. Also known as tennifer and melonite. If you are good with black then I would look at it.