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    • JDBraddy
      JDBraddy replied to the thread Calibre questions.
      The club where I shoot restricts the matches to the use of PRB's, no conical bullets allowed.
    • JDBraddy
      JDBraddy replied to the thread WORST DAY AT THE RANGE!.
      Everyone you will ever meet, has issues in their life, we know nothing about. This multiplies with time and age. Many in this hobby...
    • JDBraddy
      JDBraddy replied to the thread Calibre questions.
      My grandfather, 1892-1980 returned from WW-I and bought a lever action chambered in .32WCF a black-powder cartridge also known as the...
    • JDBraddy
      JDBraddy replied to the thread Calibre questions.
      I believe practice is the biggest determining factor to improve shooting. The most expensive component is lead.... 32 caliber: (.310)...
    • JDBraddy
      JDBraddy replied to the thread Calibre questions.
      Had an extended chat with one of the top shooters this afternoon, he pointed out that nothing in the rules says you can't use more than...
    • JDBraddy
      JDBraddy replied to the thread Calibre questions.
      I'm leaning this way, still need to do a proper load development, bought both .390" and .395" molds, this week I just sighted it in...
    • JDBraddy
      JDBraddy replied to the thread Calibre questions.
      I now have .32 and .40, love the .32 for practice out to 50yds, it's a Lazer at that range, but doesn't have much momentum beyond that...
    • JDBraddy
      JDBraddy replied to the thread Howdy from Texas.
      Howdy from San Antonio!
    • JDBraddy
      JDBraddy replied to the thread Unbeatable bore rust.
      Living in Texas, took me a while to figure out condensation was my problem, moving gums back and forth from an air conditioned storage...
    • JDBraddy
      JDBraddy replied to the thread BALLISTOL a fair shake.
      Balistol was formulated in a time, prior to WW-I when black powder and corrosive primers where standard, or the norm. For soldiers in...
    • JDBraddy
      JDBraddy reacted to French Colonial's post in the thread BALLISTOL a fair shake with Love Love.
      Every time the subject of Ballistol comes up there is a contest to see who can post the most ridiculous reaction to the smell. And I...
    • JDBraddy
      JDBraddy replied to the thread BALLISTOL a fair shake.
      Clearly you have never smelled my old sweaty gym socks!🦨
    • JDBraddy
      JDBraddy replied to the thread BALLISTOL a fair shake.
      I love it, don't get why people don't like the smell, I don't love the smell like I do Hopes#9, but don't hate it either. I use a mix of...
    • JDBraddy
      JDBraddy replied to the thread Accuracy standard.
      They're coming to take me away! The big strong men in little white coats, are coming to take me away! HE!HE! HA!HA! HO!HO!
    • JDBraddy
      JDBraddy replied to the thread Accuracy standard.
      This book helped me a lot. Greatly improved my shooting.
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