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  1. William Tell. Circa 1700 - colorized
  2. The reason is that in EU they are not as free as we are here in the US. In my country of origin there is a limit of 48(!) rounds per weapon, that you can own at any given time. So no hoarding is possible.
  3. Rodeo sex position: The act of doggy style coitus, where, approaching the climax, the male participant remarks "Your sister likes this way, too". He then starts the clock to see how long he can stay on.
  4. You may want to follow this thread: https://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?threads/where-are-reloading-components-available-these-days.707473/page-230 They have daly updates of reloading supplies availability around the web. I managed to score a 1000 box of Federal magnum LRP thanks to the linked discussion.
  5. Apologies for the topic drift, but what’s wrong with NJ.com? I just get used that some articles require subscription, and now they want me to disable my add-blocker. I don’t think their marketing division is up to the task.
  6. Just a gift idea: I bought my wife lady’s G-Shock for Christmas. Arrived yesterday in a nice metal box: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07SBGHLQG/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  7. I know gun socks are legit, so yes, bag should be okay.
  8. Hi from another Chester resident.
  9. You have probably already thought of this, but with the current demand, I would also try local gun stores.
  10. How this applies to air pistols purchased from another state, where air guns are not firearms and you can legally purchase them without a proof of residence?
  11. If I understand correctly, you still need to have the firearm legally purchased, which is impossible in NJ without having FID or handgun paperwork.
  12. Caliper, of course! I forgot this mandatory tool. Regarding the new Lee, the priming is still kinky. I’m using it with CC 7.62 military primers so far, but soon will try Federal. While on the subject - https://reloadingunlimited.com/ has CC military LRP as of now. You may have to buy some powder to bundle with the primers to get trough the checkout.
  13. Based on my limited experience I would say yes. I use lee press and dies and they just work. Especially if you load modest quantities. Be sure to get a trickle if you are into precision shooting. And If you just want to try the taste, here are the essentials: - Press (lee comes with priming arms). - Full set of dies, or just shell-holder, sizing/depriming die and bullet siting die. - Scale. That’s it. I mean that and a lot of common sense and attention to detail.
  14. Guys, where do you shop for reloading supplies? Online I’m using https://reloadingunlimited.com and https://www.powdervalleyinc.com, but even they don’t have primers anymore. Some rifle bullets and powder ares still available though. So I’m looking for local retailers in NJ or PA. Any advice?
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