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  1. What’s good to kill yellow jackets

    FWIW. Most of these giant ugly bastard wasps youre seeing right now are cicada killers. They're scary looking but aside of the damage they cause in the lawn,, pose no threat to humans. In fact, they are a beneficial insect. I do this stuff for a living. I do not generally spray them.
  2. Smith & Wesson bodyguard. 380

    Anybody own one? Fired one? Thoughts?
  3. TICK AND MOSQUITO/OUTDOOR PEST CONTROL

    Tick and mosquito/outdoor pest control That's what I do in real life. Ticks are brutal this year. Pest control is considered essential. So I can get right to you. I service the South Shore and Upper Cape areas of Massachusetts. Click here for more details: » Pest Control Best to call/text me at...
  4. Springs coming - Any lawn care questions?

    Tick and mosquito/outdoor pest control That's what I do in real life. Ticks are brutal this year. Pest control is considered essential. So I can get right to you. I service the South Shore and Upper Cape areas of Massachusetts. Click here for more details...
  5. TICK & MOSQUITO/OUTDOOR PEST CONTROL

    Title says it all shooters . That's what I do in real life. Ticks are brutal this year. Pest control is considered essential. So I can get right to you. I service the South Shore and Upper Cape areas of Massachusetts. Click here for more details...
  6. efa10 Portal

    I think the more important question now is, WHAT ARE YOU SELLING!?
  7. Should I pick 6-24x50 or 4-16x50 (both Nikon FX1000 Black) for .308 semi-auto

    Devil Bro you are and always will be a Marine. Not x, not former. Just Marine. Semper Fi!
  8. Gun Club closure megathread

    Carver Sportsman's Club just closed till further notice.
  9. Reconditioning tumbling media

    Did I read somewhere to toss some dryer sheets to clean media or am I just gonna have cases that smell nice?
  10. Should I re-blue or something else?

    I found an old .22 rifle that was very badly rusted on the exterior. Spent days with oil and steel wool. But it wasn't improving much. So I used naval jelly. We all know what that did. Now it needs to be refinished. What would you do?
  11. 1st mistake!

    Guys, thanks for the answers. Lesson learned. That's why I asked. I don't know what I don't know. Now I do.
  12. 1st mistake!

    This is the bullet I'm using
  13. 1st mistake!

    Artie, I Think you're right. It's a seating/crimp issue. I can see the slightest bulge in the cases. I'm shooting them through a GP-100 .357. some rounds fit in the cylinder. Some do not. I actually took the calipers to each chamber on the cylinder. They vary a bit over several of them...
  14. 1st mistake!

    158gr lead rnfp
  15. 1st mistake!

    Can I get a second opinion here! It'll suck wasting those bullets! Bullets are lead 158gr over 4.6gr BE-86 COAL 1.45
  16. 1st mistake!

    I loaded up a bunch of 38 specials. When i went to shoot them I realized my sizer die wasn't set quite deep enough. Casings are hard to load and harder to extract. So, I pulled the primer punch out of the die and I'm resizing the lot of them. In doing this I see that the crimp is messed up and...
  17. Unique for 44 magnum?

    Thank you for all the replies here. They're much appreciated. Looking forward to giving them a "shot"!
  18. Unique for 44 magnum?

    I've been around here for a lot of years. Mostly as a stalker. Now the divorce is final, kids live with mom, I've got time to do some things again.
  19. Unique for 44 magnum?

    Think I'm gonna like it here! I use to do some .38 and.357 years ago. Then the kids came along and things got put on hold. It's like starting all over . I'm will be doing .308, 30-06, .223 and .45 too. I'm sure I'll have tons of questions
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