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  1. Helpful tip wanted - Separate powder and shot

    Reloading
    On my bench I have a jar I dump mixed shot and powder into from my bench and floor when I clean up or bad reload. I’m looking for an easy way to recover the shot and not so much the powder. Does anyone have an easy solution? Ok let’s see how bad this goes.
  2. Advice Welcomed

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    Hello everybody, In early October I was involved in a car accident where someone side swiped me and shoved me into a median on the highway. The Good Lord was watching over me and I'm healthy, just trying to get everything back to what it used to be. I was wondering if any member of this amazing...
  3. Sporting Clays Podcast

    Shooting Related Threads
    Hi all, I travel a lot for work and for the longest time I had been looking for a clays related podcast. I just came across behind the break, and granted it is sporting clays focused, it seems pretty good. Just thought I would post here so those looking for the same thing can check it out...
  4. New BT-99 Plus with ejector, tips and lessons learned?

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    Just recently bought a BT-99 Plus 34" with ejector (Browning model number 017080401). It should be here by the end of the week. I know there are thousands of pages written about the BT-99, but I'm interested to learn what owners of this particular model have found. 1. Such as, is the Pachmayr...
  5. AIM shooting school w/ Anthony Matarese Jr?

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    Hey all, I know this thread probably belongs in the shooting events/clinics section but I was hoping to catch more eyes and idk if a lot of people check that section. Anyway, I have been looking into the AIM shooting school's training packages with and without Anthony Matarese. My friend and I...
  6. Rebluing under a vented rib

    Gunsmithing
    Was looking at rebluing an old gun as a project and wanted to know how people handled the area around a vented rib. Specifically getting in all the nooks and crannies in the venting. All tips are appreciated.
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