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  1. Cabela's was bought by Bass Pro shops a couple years ago. They're now the same company
  2. That's fine, but we're talking about getting into simple reloading; these aren't precision loads. The recommended numbers from Lee are well under max pressure loads, and the little scoop is not an adjustable powder measure; it doesn't change size.
  3. Yes...its a bit of work. Also....how do you think most powder measures work? Do you think they weigh each charge on a scale?
  4. And a video of how to use the hand press:
  5. Or you can go even cheaper........the basic Lee loader is about $30
  6. Just good ole NJ corruption at work. The bar and restaurant industry has been trying to shut-down the microbrew industry since it started.
  7. Lee hand press works great used it years ago when I was an apartment dweller https://www.cabelas.com/product/Lee-Hand-Press-Kit/1172297.uts
  8. Yes....LOTS of New Yawkers hiding-out in the Pokey-nose right now...
  9. Shoobies - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoobie Bennys - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benny_(slang) Please be sure to note the difference.......
  10. ...and by far the powder that I use the most!
  11. Just another sham, like that walker he showed-up in court with. He's hoping his leftist buddies will feel sorry for him.
  12. A friend of mine has hunted with one of these for about 20 years...duck, geese, deer...everything.
  13. As long as he and his administration doesn't look like a bunch of monkeys.....oops! Too late!
  14. NJ pump shotguns from gunbroker.com https://www.gunbroker.com/Pump-Action-Shotguns/search?State=NJ&Sort=13&PageSize=48
  15. Ah....you see what I meant about more info? Being a lefty DOES change things! I'm also left handed (strange how many we have here on NJgunforums), and yes - a Mossberg 500 is a good choice for you.
  16. Interesting options. I'd keep looking around; checking out the various offerings at your local shops to see what feels good and fits you. There is a different "feel" to the operation of the different manufacturers firearms, based on stock design, control placement, etc, that may or may not work for you. Also, you're better-off sticking to a more major manufacturer, like Remington, Mossberg, Ruger, Winchesrer, etc, because of commonality and parts availability.
  17. I can see that NJ twit of an Atty General trying to go after residents' out-of-state holdings next....
  18. Exactly why I sent you to the State Police website. It allowed you to cut-thru all the BS you were hearing and be able to understand what the laws really say. Glad it helped!
  19. Oh my.....most of what you're being told is incorrect. Start by reading here: https://www.njsp.org/firearms/firearms-faqs.shtml It's the NJ State Police FAQ on firearms. That should help.
  20. For info on what's an Ro: https://www.healthline.com/health/r-nought-reproduction-number
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