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I don;t see anything on the Ruger LCR .327 Federal Magnum. Have you done anything I could view or read?
Just read (04.06.2016) your review of the Federal Premium LE132-1B shot shell with Flite Control and thought I had found a really good HD shot shell. However, I notice that the Federal Premium website does not list this shell at all, only the LE132-00 shell.
Has this shot shell been discontinued ? For cause ?
In this case, would you be up to an update, perhaps evaluating the LE132-00 shot shell and maybe even the LE127-00 and LE133-00 cousins ?
Really enjoy your website and your evaluations,
Also, for journaling purposes, might you consider dating your evaluations; the one I read (#56) may have been 5 years old.
I thought you would like to know you misspelled the word “tung” on your website. Silly mistakes are a pet peeve of mine, and they can ruin your website credibility. In the past, I have used a tool like SpellingScan.com to keep mistakes off my website.
-Scott Mathews Sr
I asked if you could do a comparison on full face Sheetrock(drywall) to angled drywall using home defense Mossberg 88 00 buck and a .45LC on the effects they have at 12-15′.
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Just a question…
Can I load 45LC with a CCI shot capsules and put it through a 410 shotgun without any issues. Have a Henry break open single shot with full choke bore…
Want to push some # 10 shot out to deter some un-welcome visitors without doing them to much damage. #12 bird-shot out of a .22 doesn’t seem to do much convincing for the critters to come back.
Hi Richard. I would not suggest shooting anyone with birdshot out of such a load as it would still be considered “deadly force” in most states. If deadly force is justified, use a better load.
Hi from VT. My lovely ladies dad brought back a PRISTINE mauser 98 from his ‘paid vacation’in Germany. I’ve learned a lot about mausers and what incredible designs they were even 75 years ago. It appears to be unfired. Cleaned her up, and it’s a slick as grease. The stock (undamaged at all) has some ‘minor stains’ or a cruddy look. No dents. The stock is the laminated one with the thin red glue lines. I believe this was captured from an arsenal. Is there a proper way to refinish the stock to maintain it’s 100% original condition? Thanx my friend, and love your articles.
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