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    megafiddle

    Colt Night Defender Rear Sight Won't Drift!

    Soldering irons work well for releasing locking compounds.

    I have removed locked setscrews with a small pointed soldering iron tip.

    megafiddle Yesterday, 22:45 Go to last post
    niemi24s

    Winchester .45 FMJ

    That would be great, thank you!I suspect that's the natural place for most leading to occur. The sequence of events might be:

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    niemi24s Yesterday, 22:07 Go to last post
    Rick McC.

    Removing rust and grime after 20 years not being used

    I donít think you should try to remove the sights; they should be OK in a CLP bath anyway. As I recall from my Kimber days; theyíre put in using a powerful

    Rick McC. Yesterday, 17:58 Go to last post
    Rick McC.

    Winchester .45 FMJ

    The only swaged Hornady bullets I’ve used were round ball from back in my early muzzleloading days, before I started casting my own rifle balls.

    Rick McC. Yesterday, 17:50 Go to last post
    Rick McC.

    Powder Measures

    Iíve never used a cleaning product on the inside or outside of a powder measure.

    Rick McC. Yesterday, 17:32 Go to last post



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