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  1. It is a bigger boiler than needed but it’s an older home with a “gravity system” I think it refered to — all big 2” water pipes in the basement pitched towards the boiler — all one zone with no real way to split it up was told to stay high in the btu department due to the quantity of water in the system/pipes no more standing pilot? That sucks
  2. So who makes a good boiler? Need to change one at my parents house. would like standing pilot, no need for all the electronics and potential failures in those super efficent units I think it’s 140,000 btu — natural gas
  3. Need to see the rounds out of the chamber preferably next to one that fits properly
  4. Nick — pictures but don’t send it back till I see it we could always run it through a lee factory crimp die if it will help — that should iron out any issues as long as it’s not over crimped
  5. There are 2 types of lemishine — liquid and crystal Liquid is a rinse aid — crystal helps with cleaning I use both — been wet tumbling for quite a few years now, still on my 1st bottle of lemishine I run large batches of brass in a 3 gallon tumbler — crystal gets a 44 mag case full per batch, liquid just a very small squirt, like half a teaspoon, as fast a squirt as I can. brass comes out clean, shiny , and dries with very few water spots — does it matter, no but it’s how I like it
  6. Are you talking lead recovery? I had always understood that lead from batteries was no good for casting — I’m really not sure why — I’m sure we’ll get an education soon
  7. Can easily wipe out an entire zone with simply getting too much dirt and pebbles in a line.
  8. I’ve never really come across a good source of lead probably why I never casted my own — Funny thing is I looked hard at the bullet trap at the range this week, looking at all the lead in there...?
  9. Rain bird heads used to cost just over $7 — before covid — not anymore If you can find them they are around $12 -$15 my cost This is not for home depot sprinkler heads.
  10. I’ve been in the irrigation business for 35 years. $2800 — certainly not out of the question — depends whats going on and where short hills, millburn, livingston is much higher than greenbrook, edison, piscataway — just the way it is I need details
  11. Agreed — buy cheap when available to get through times like this — no need to buy now I can probably go 2 years without needing anything but projectiles — thats going to the range at least 2 times a month
  12. Another long term reloader here — 30 years I have never considered my time at the reloading bench as $$$ per hour — it’s free time, relaxing time, my time to do as I choose I learned from Sandy Hook, never to be without components
  13. When you say steel, are you mistaking Nickel plated for steel I’ve never seen steel cases in the calibers you state.
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