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Heavyopp

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About Heavyopp

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  • Birthday 03/19/1969

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    Middlesex
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    Clinton - OBRPC

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  1. My order is a little different... 1 - deprime using a universal decapping die -- do not size 2 - clean using a wet tumbler and stainless pins -- I like clean primer pockets 3 - prime and inspect using a Lee hand primer 4 - lube 9mm only -- 9mm sticks in the dies 5 - size -- remove decapping pin from sizer dies 6 - expand case mouth -- lyman M die if I'm using the hornady press - dillon press expansion gets done with charge 7 - charge 8 - seat 9 - crimp
  2. I have a 20 gauge youth over under — Stoger I’d be willing to let her try it out at Clinton WMA also
  3. Yes you will get holster wear with kydex — I have a few 1911’s with plenty of wear that have only seen kydex holsters but who cares — it’s just a gun — use it and have fun
  4. I've heard stories from family about armed men standing on the rooftop of that building during the riots -- armed with M1 carbines of course
  5. The factory -- "Plainfield machine" was actually in Dunellen -- It's a childs day care now
  6. I had one sitting in my safe -- Picked it up off gun broker last spring Manufactured back in 1979 -- Came from a guy in New Hampshire, said it was his guest gun -- told me it had less than 250 rounds thru it -- I was skeptical but bought it anyway Thing is beautiful, not a scratch, no marks on breech face -- I'm sure I put more shells thru it than it had when it came into my possession -- I paid right around $950 to my door Unfortunetely I lost it in a boating accident very recently...
  7. Was in the process of registering to bid, and reading your terms $20 NICS?? I was unaware of a price increase -- I'm surprised that long guns, sold locally, aren't just a COE How about multiple purchases, are you going to try and charge a nics fee per item? I was looking thru some of the starting prices -- seem kinda high when you factor in the 15% auctioneer fee -- Are these set in stone or will they go down if no one bids the starting price?
  8. There are about 125 names on that list dating back to 1966 -- the newest, most recent is 2011 You're kidding right?
  9. I little further north? -- How long is the drive from Nashua to Jackson? You don't need to go that far to get away from the Nashua riffraff I bought property in Warner a few years ago -- 15 minutes from Lake Sunapee -- It's a busy area if you want it to be, not so busy too. I don't have a house there, just property. It's a 5 hour drive from here.
  10. 2+2=4 Extended cold with -5 or so last night = frozen pipe It's that simple
  11. I have a rinnai -- When Mine quit I pulled the flame sensor -- Cleaned the crud off it with some emery cloth and it fired right up -- Ordered new sensor and installed -- been good for a couple years now -- My rinnai is probably 12 to 15 years old now
  12. Don't you mean a HEAVY box I have the do all thrower -- no wobbler -- I just use whatever 12 volt battery I have around -- I save the ones that won't put out enough amps to start a car but still hold 12 volts -- never had a problem but just the thrower really isn't much of a strain on the battery
  13. yea I was thinking $50 per thousand -- $90 per 2000 would be fair -- especially if I had to drive to meet
  14. Wow $10 a bucket, It's not even worth it for me to keep tripping over these things, Guess I'll just throw them in them away...