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  1. So I don’t find myself reloading much any more and quite frankly was never all that good at it anyway. Selling off my gear. Feel free to make offers or help me adjust for fair price. I’m sorta just guessing at prices. I drew a line on the powder jugs to show how full or empty in some cases. the brass not in a box has been fired at the most twice. Some brass is prepped and some is prepped and primed. Prepped brass was full length resized. Not neck sized I’m in Phoenix. Near cactus rd and 56th st. Could ship. But it’ll be on your dime I’m open to offers especially if multiple items sold HDY powder HDY Classic single stage press $100 Scale sold sold sold HDY two die set $25 each the single is a 257 wby neck sizer .243 & 30-06 sold puller $10 Sold $45 various bullets. The count is marked or circled. Make offer once fired and then some full sized and prepped. Some primed too. Make offers. The Nosler 7mm-08 is new unused $40. Offers on the rest 6.5 brass sold .257 wby sold tumbler and media the RCBS is unopened the back next to it is about. The same amount $85 for sold sold sold sold sold sold sold
  2. Updated. Not much left
  3. Bumped for the guy looking for 257 wby brass
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    SOLD

    Good luck on sale. Great price. Every savage I own shoots great and I love the 7mm-08. Shoots easy but hits hard.
  5. In good condition. I don’t have the manual and I can never get this thing back in that stupid little box. $100. See description Product Info for Shooting Chrony Beta Master Shooting Chronograph Buy the Shooting Chrony Shooting Accessories BETA on sale for a great price at our online store! If you have questions about the Shooting Chrony Shooting Accessories BETA or other Shooting Accessories we sell, contact us to speak with a product expert who can recommend the best Shooting Accessory for you. Shooting Chrony Beta Master Model Shooting Chronograph measures the speed of bullets, arrows, shotguns, airgun-pellets and paint balls from 30 fps to 7000 fps and with better than 0.5 percent accuracy. Made of 20 gauge steel but weighs less than two pounds eight ounces. Powered by one nine volt alkaline battery which is not included and equipped with an extra large LCD readout. Comes with hand-held controls and sixteen foot cord which brings the LCD right up to your bench, away from the bullets path. Also doubles as a remote control. Specifications for Shooting Chrony Shooting Accessories BETA: Mfg Item Num: BETA Category: ELECTRONICS Type: Chronograph Function: Measures bullet Velocity Channels: All Chronys Range: 30 (fps) to 7000 fps Battery: 9 Volt Screen Type: LCD display Waterproof: No BackLight: No Features of Shooting Chrony Beta Master Chronograph: Gives numbered shot velocities Velocity stays on display until you shoot again Stereo Jack for optional Remote Control or Printer Uses one 9 volt alkaline battery with 48 hours of continuous use. ONE String, from 2 to 32 shot memory (Numbered) Measures High, Low and Average Velocities, Extreme Spread and Standard Deviations. Retrieval of individual shot velocity measurements Delete individual shots from memory (with automatic adjustment of Statistics) 60-shot memory (divided into 6 numbered strings from 2 to 10 shot each, with one set of statistics for each string) Can be switched off, taken home and switched on for reviewing, information retrieval or, (together) with optional IBM Interface) downloading onto your computer; Moves instantly from string to string, interrupts shooting on any string without memory loss, each string delivers its own statistics, etc Forget Button to clear individual string-memory instantly Change string size Delete individual shots, or all data from memory
  6. .243 brass and 6mm bullets sold
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    7mm Remington sendero $1400 -sold

    Are you shooting handload or factory
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    Repairs

    I have an older set of Minox 10x52 BD BR. Great glass. The eye pieces are tweaked. One won’t screw back on the threads. The other is stuck. I sent to Minox (blaser USA) and they said Minox doesn’t repair these older ones anymore. They did give me a nice discount on their new X active. Which I got and are decent not great. anyone know where I can get them repaired. There is a guy or shop called Suddath and he said these are two new for him. That was the only independent repair I could locate on the web. They are about 15 years old thanks for ay help
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    Repairs

    Thanks you guys. Awesome help. This is why this is such a great forum. I’ll make some calls and post results. Thanks again!
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    WTB Sierra game kings .257

    I have 100 Sierra Gamekings 25 cal 100gr SBT.
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    Bowtech RealmX for sale

    What year is your bow?
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    Bear size?

    My friend had an elk hunt. Hoping for success next weekend anyway we kept seeing this bear track. I’m not a bear hunter. Any thoughts on size? Thought it was a cool pic
  13. NOT looking for somewhere hunting spot So I’m a rifle hunter. Have done some bow but not much. My 22 year old son was raised mostly coues rifle hunting by me. Glassing for days. Making a stalk and shot. We’ve done some pine country doe hunts when younger and some cow hunts. Anyway he has the itch bad for bow hunting. He’s going to school in NV and so he picked unit 8 for a spot close between NV and Phx where I live. So he’s scouted for a couple months. I gave him some old camera that are hit an miss. He’s found good springs and all the tanks have cameras and blinds by other hunters. Hes checked some open cameras on tanks and there have been some decent bucks but there are big gaps between when they hit. Mostly elk turkey and even some bear. He’s put eyes on a few bucks and thinks they are traveling from bed or food to water. He hunted all last week and he’s back now for four days. The rain has washed most tracks off trails. He thinks pressure is pushing the deer but doesn’t know where they’d push when pressure hits. As coues hunters we go deep and higher. But Muley seem to like open areas and not the rugged country. Maybe I’m wrong I don’t know. He’s at about 6500 ft pine and oak some juniper ive suggest finding burns and and transition areas with pine and juniper. my ask is. Do mule deer buck go up higher or into tight almost bear type country? With pressure should he find beds. Or routes between water and food? There isn’t much area to get a vantage point and glass. He’s young and super fit and can hike anywhere. Has good gear and good gps. again not liking for someone’s spot. But would enjoy sending him things to think about or try. I taught him to hunt rifle. But I know what I know and what I don’t know And archery ain’t it thanks for any suggestion
  14. Think the elk are eating the deer out of this area. Keeps finding sheds and rag horn kills but has seen lots of does. Told him to get back deep as far from quad roads as possible. Hoping he gets eyes on. But In the end he’s learning. Can’t ask for much more
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    MEOPTA vs SWARO???

    There is a reason every glass is compared to Swarovski. That’s really the answer to your question.
  16. Are you the original owner? What year bow? thx
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    Cast iron cookware

    Are these older pans? Do you know the manufacture. Or can you post pics of the writing on the bottom. Thx
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    German Shorthair Pointer Puppies

    Will you be posting pics of Sire and Dam?
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