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A.N.T.S. • Re: Guns Verses Bows

November 27, 2017 danthman114 0

i have both. guns, compound and recurve. yes arrows can be made but what i think people are forgetting or simply don’t know is that you cant make arrows for modern compounds. they will splinter and could possibly send the shaft through your hand. …

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Other weapons • Re: Vital Weapons?

November 13, 2017 danthman114 0

Illini Warrior wrote:XxBiohazard78xX wrote:danthman114 wrote:forget the handgun for now, you have plenty of time for that later. my best advise is go to your local fish and game and look into a hunter safety course. reason being is that they teach g…

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Why Only a Few States?

November 13, 2017 danthman114 0

Cadit wrote:Ok Guys & Gals:After reading about the different states that are readying for a possible Nuclear attack, My question is, why aren’t more doing it? If a threat exist, why not get the citizens involved and prepared? Not just for the Poli…

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Other weapons • Re: Vital Weapons?

November 9, 2017 danthman114 0

Don’t overlook surplus rifles like the mosin nagant or sks. If your set on 30-06 you can find lower cost fire arms out there.Statistics: Posted by danthman114 — Thu Nov 09, 2017 4:01 pm

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Other weapons • Re: Vital Weapons?

November 9, 2017 danthman114 0

Don’t overlook surplus rifles like the mosin nagant or sks. If your set on 30-06 you can find lower cost fire arms out there.Statistics: Posted by danthman114 — Thu Nov 09, 2017 4:01 pm

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Other weapons • Re: Vital Weapons?

November 7, 2017 danthman114 0

forget the handgun for now, you have plenty of time for that later. my best advise is go to your local fish and game and look into a hunter safety course. reason being is that they teach gun safety. go dove hunting. this will give you the repetiti…

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Guns • Re: Rusty AR barrel

April 21, 2017 danthman114 0

If you’re running corrosive ammo you have to remove the salts. Regular solvents dont do this. The cheapest way is hot soapy water or Windex. If your is rusted it needs replaced unless accuracy is of no concern.

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Guns • Re: RELOADING

February 20, 2017 danthman114 0
donba wrote:
Thank you all finished the first read of the beginner’s guide to reloading. Started the A B C’s of reloading. Was look ing at kits like on the link by danthman114. Need to get reading……….

If you get one of those Lee loaders BE CAREFUL. Don’t have any powder near by. They may be cheap but the chance of a primer detonation is higher than other kits due to the fact that a mallet is used. I have one but never use it. You would be better off getting the Lee hand press. http://ads.midwayusa.com/product/650614 … oCAQfw_wcB

You still need other equipment like a tumbler, a trimmer, a deburring tool, scale and or dippers, dial calipers, an inertia hammer Incase you need to take apart your rounds.

Statistics: Posted by danthman114 — Mon Feb 20, 2017 12:18 pm


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Guns • Re: RELOADING

February 14, 2017 danthman114 0

The Lee loader is a cheap press like package. Sewhat dangerous if you go too fast. I had a primer detonation on 45lc. Wasn’t fun at all. http://leeprecision.com/reloading-kits/ … er-pistol/
But, if someone wanted to reload it would be the cheapest way to start. I still use a Lee hand press even tho I have a Hornady progressive and a rock chucker. Mostly because most of the year it over 120 degrees in my garage.

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Guns • Re: RELOADING

February 14, 2017 danthman114 0

I learned off a Speer book and lots of questions. The best thing to do is have someone that knows how there with you. The Lee book is probably the most versatile when it comes to load data. They have many manufacturers in it…

Statistics: Posted by danthman114 — Tue Feb 14, 2017 7:51 am