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    Linden
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    ...beer, ...things that go BANG, ...old cars, ....restoring old houses
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    Lake Island Club, Cartaret, N.J. (thanks, John R.I.P.)

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  1. Sold to Bluelinefish, and a great transaction, Thanks! PLEASE DELETE THIS THREAD.
  2. Offered for sale here is a full size metal frame crossbow from Killer Instinct. It is the Ripper 415 model, capable of 465 FPS with a 220# draw weight. It has a six position butt stock and a 15" power stroke. It comes with a 4x32 illuminated scope, 4 bolts (3 with field tips and 1 with a blade tip), and a light vinyl carry bag with a drawstring. Also included is a Black Hole 18 four sided archery target that has filler to stop both field tip and blade tip bolts. A simple web search on either of these items will give you all the details of each and what they are worth, about $400.00 new, by my best guess. All is in excellent to like new condition. Price is $175.00 and I am in Linden, N.J. 07036; cash only at pick up. I am willing to drive 30 - 40 minutes to meet you. First to reply I'll take it wins the whole lot.
  3. Thanks for the link but the video doesn't cover my situation where the "pin" is disconnected or broken under the slide.
  4. I could use a little help with this handgun. In order to remove the top slide the pin on top must be pressed to retain the slide spring, I believe. My problem is that the mechanism attached to the pin is broken or disconnected UNDER the slide and I can't figure out how to remove the slide. (the pin just sits there and jiggles, seems like nothing is connected to it) Is anyone aware of a DIY fix, or is this an issue for a pro gunsmith? Thanks
  5. OK, WOW!! Thanks guys. Here's where I am; I did rechamber and refire the crap out of them. About half did fire after 4 or 5 strikes. The rest I did knock down and put one case in a soft faced vise and hit it with a pointed set. It took quite a shot but it did fire. All deprimed with no incident. (why am I reminded of the VERY old Bill Cosby routine about how he put a bullet in the furnace in shop class!!!?) So, I did take closer up pics which are attached but at this point I am thinking that it is the hardness of the primers. As for the other 300 or so I already loaded they will go to the range with me and I will cycle them and see what happens. Nothing to lose at this point of the game. Will update as progress or lack thereof occurs. Thanks, again, guys.
  6. Hey guys, I bought and used CCI BR-4 SRPs. Still have over 300 loaded but untested/unfired reloads sitting here. Guess I will just have to try them. If NG will knock down for components. You think CCI would give any assistance?
  7. Last time I was in Pa. , five weeks ago, I bought 400 small rifle primers (at two different retail stores) as no SPPs were available at either .......WHAT A SHOCK!!!!! I have formerly used SRPs in place of SPPs in my 38 special loads with no problem whatsoever. Usually, CCIs over 4 grns. Bullseye for the Xtreme 125 plated RNFP, and 2.9 grn. Bullseye for the 148 grn. WCs. Both of these are nice loads that work well for me. So, imagine my surprise when about 40 of the 70 rounds I fired did not go bang!!! First failure was through an older Rossi with a 3" bbl, so I tried my S&W model 67 4" bbl, also an older handgun, with similar results. Next was the Ruger Match Champion about two years old (maybe 1000 rounds down the bbl) also sketchy, but better than the older guns. I have seen posts about the different composition of primers, SPPs vs. SRPs but have not heard of or seen this discussion/problem. Anyone else have an experience like this? Don't know if you can see it but all are good primer strikes! Cases are mixed headstamps, some new starline brass!!!
  8. PLEASE CLOSE THIS TOPIC, AMMO RELISTED WITHOUT THE HANDGUN.
  9. This was part of another ad with the gun which I sold privately. All below is included in the auction and I would prefer to sell it all together. Pick up in Linden, N.J. 07036 or I will meet you within a 30 minute drive. Cash money at pickup. Matching DL and FID card if NJ resident. A Lee Precision deluxe 4 carbide die reloading set with primer holding shoe in 45 colt. One brand new old stock 50 round box of Magtech 45 Colt Cowboy Action ammo; 250 grain lead flat nose. 68 pcs Magtech 45 colt 250 gr. lead flat nose bullets, new. 38 rounds of 45 colt handloads 250 gr lead RNFP over 9.0 gr Unique. 38 rounds of 45 colt handloads 255 gr SWC lead over 9.0 gr Unique. 50 rounds of 45 colt handloads 255gr FMJFP over 7.5 gr Unique. 149 reloadable 45 colt cases mixed headstamps NOTE: I personally loaded the handloads on these Lee dies with a single stage Lee press, checking each and every case visually for consistency of charge. They are being offered as components, even though I have no doubt that they are fine for shooting. The handloads and cases are in plastic “case guard” style boxes. The cowboy loads are in the original Magtech cardboard box. See all the pics for condition. PRICE FOR ALL IS $150.00 FIRST "I'LL TAKE IT " WINS THE AUCTION PM me with questions.
  10. Gun removed from this sale offering and listed on Gunbroker. 45Colt ammo, reloading dies, reloading cases and bullets are still available. PRICE FOR ALL IS $150.00 CASH ON PICKUP Pick up from Linden, N.J. or I will meet you within 30 minute drive of Linden. Message me with any questions First person to reply "I'll take it" wins the auction.
  11. Price reduced to $850.00 Anyone with interest can PM me and we can discuss it.
  12. WTS; Ruger New Model Blackhawk chambered in 45 Long Colt with 6 ½” barrel. Stainless steel finish, single action’ adjustable target sights with original box and wood grips. In excellent condition with some very light rub marks. (you REALLY have to look for them) I bought this a few years back and it is just a little bit too much gun for my aging wrists. It comes in the original plastic case with the Ruger cable lock and key still in the original bag. Included in my “GETTING OUT OF 45 LONG COLT” sale are the following; A Lee Precision deluxe 4 carbide die reloading set with primer holding shoe in 45 colt. One brand new old stock 50 round box of Magtech 45 Colt Cowboy Action ammo; 250 grain lead flat nose. 68 pcs Magtech 45 colt 250 gr. lead flat nose bullets, new. 38 rounds of 45 colt handloads 250 gr lead RNFP over 9.0 gr Unique. 38 rounds of 45 colt handloads 255 gr SWC lead over 9.0 gr Unique. 50 rounds of 45 colt handloads 255gr FMJFP over 7.5 gr Unique. 149 reloadable 45 colt cases mixed headstamps NOTE: I personally loaded the handloads on these Lee dies with a single stage Lee press, checking each and every case visually for consistency of charge. They are being offered as components, even though I have no doubt that they are fine for shooting. The handloads and cases are in plastic “case guard” style boxes. The cowboy loads are in the original Magtech cardboard box. See all the pics for condition. I will meet you at your FFL within a 30 minute drive of Linden, N.J. or you are welcome to use my FFL Tier One Defense, in Union, N.J. ALL FEES TO BE PAID BY PURCHASER FIRST TO POST “I’LL TAKE IT” WINS THE AUCTION PRICE IS $950.00 FOR ALL CASH AT PICKUP message me with questions
  13. Do you know what the new brand name will be? Something to look out for.
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