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Thread: Giles .45 Shop Odessa, FL

  1. #11
    Join Date
    5th January 2009
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    Southern California
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    As I was prepping brass I had to stop & Think. Yes---major brain ****!! I use Quickload for my hand loads for my rifles!! Why not pistols?? Well, I haven't loaded for pistols in a while, I do have all the tooling heads set up for each caliper that I have. I purchased Quickload about 3 months ago---concentrating on my 6.5 CM and dialing in some loads for it. Not even thinking about 45 ACP or others at the time. Then the light went on ---a dim light at that---I can use Quickload and start load work up.

    So thanks to all for directing me towards the light switch!!

    Cheers,
    HJR

  2. #12
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    1st May 2011
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    You have a wonderful piece of craftsmanship from one of the premier old time pistolsmiths. I was fortunate to be able to acquire a similar pistol that he customized and the test targets came with it too. I also managed to acquire one of his catalogs. And it is impressive that he designed his own sights, which I've heard referred to as "wagon wheels." Take it out, enjoy it and treasure it.

  3. #13
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    The wagon wheel reference is spot on. That's what mine look like.
    I was lucky to acquire this pistol for sure!

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