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  1. The gun does have a serial number as shown in pics. When I bought it I did not have to register it through an FFL, so it is not "tagged" to me; I bought it out of state. Also shown are accessories that will go with it including primers, wadding, powder, primer tool, and powder pellets. I would think that the whole deal is worth $150.00? Opinions? PM me. I will have to think about what I am going to do with it.
  2. I have the above listed black powder pistol with a 5 1/2" bbl and the complete "kit" required to shoot it. (ball, black powder charges, wadding, primers, cleaning solvent etc.) that I would like to sell here. Do black powder pistols require an FFL transaction or how can they be legally sold in this venue? Will publish pics after I learn how to sell.
  3. This is a Hi Point 40 cal S&W auto that I purchased a few years ago. Do not shoot it often because I bought a Glock after that. It is in very good condition works as it should and comes with two 10 round magazines. I did have it out to the range today and it does shoot well. The web site provides the following information about it: 100% American made parts and assembly, plus P rated, quick on/off thumb safety, high impact polymer frame, 3 dot adjustable sights, last round lock open, weight 35 oz., O.A. length 7.75" bbl. length 4.5", magazine disconnect safety, manual thumb safety, lifetime warrantee (not sure if it follows the gun or original purchaser only) Price is $125.00 and purchaser pays all transfer and registration fees. FFL transfer only and I will meet you at FFL within 30 minutes of my location in Linden, N.J. I use Tier 1 Defense on Stuyvesant Ave. in Union who has reasonable fees. First I'll take it wins, cash deal at FFL only.
  4. There were 3 holders that came with the press originally, I don't remember exactly which ones they were but I know that I added the ones for 38 special, 9mm (40 S&W) and 45 colt. The Lee numbers are 1,2,4,13,14,and19. I don't know exactly which ones are which but they will fit a bunch of different cartridges. I don't know what a military brass swager is so unless it was included with the original Lee package I don't think so.
  5. Price reduced to $125.00 if anyone interested. Also on Ebay so may not be available for long.
  6. This is a Lee Automatic Processing Press (APP) almost brand new. It is for really fast and high volume case preparation /de priming / re-sizing / lead bullet sizing. If not familiar with it go to you tube for videos of it in action. It is REALLY FAST and worked great for me; I only used it twice and processed all the brass that I have about 1,000 rounds and don’t shoot enough to warrant keeping it. Included with it are three additional special shell case holders (6 in total) the Lee universal case feeder and colator with a shell deflector, that REALLY speeds things up, and a plastic bin for catching finished cases. I have it set up on a plywood jig that will fasten to any bench or table top but it can also be direct mounted. I have over $200.00 invested here looking to get $150.00 for all. Pick up only in Linden, N.J. 07036. First to post "ILL TAKE IT" wins the sale.
  7. Yeah, 1000 of my large for 1000 of your small sounds good. Where would you like to trade? have you been to RTSP in Union? I'm not far from there if that works for you. dave Anyone else interested in only 1000 let me know. dave
  8. You need Federals, or you have Federals to trade?
  9. I have 3000 CCI-300 large pistol primers I would like to trade for small pistol primers. Will travel 30 - 45 minutes from my location in Linden, N.J. or meet someplace. Thanks, dave.
  10. That's the one guys! Many thanks. I agree, and I'm not that brave. Actually bought the ammo for the cases and primers only. Thanks, again. My grass can use the help!!! dave
  11. I picked up some 38 special ammo for components, most of it looks old. The first few I break down I find this powder inside that looks like tiny Cheerios. Anyone recognize it or know what it is? That's a dime in the pic for contrast. Thanks, Dave
  12. Don't think that will help me but thanks for trying. Dave
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