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Old 01-15-2013, 06:37 PM   #19941
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We've tried, he won't post a picture.
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Old 01-15-2013, 06:41 PM   #19942
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That's a good point. Now everybody says 7.62x54r is hard to reload because of the Berdan primer. Yet several reloading manuals I've read say its possible? Do I need a special decapping pin for it or other special tools?
You just have to get Boxer primed brass... Or I was watching something that showed you how to make a "Berdan" primer outta a boxer one...

Its getting the old berdan primer out, thats the trick...

Using a Boxer primer for Berdan primed cases:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwmmsZ-aX4g
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You just have to get Boxer primed brass... Or I was watching something that showed you how to make a "Berdan" primer outta a boxer one...

Its getting the old berdan primer out, thats the trick...
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But were there kids involved ???
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You just have to get Boxer primed brass... Or I was watching something that showed you how to make a "Berdan" primer outta a boxer one...

Its getting the old berdan primer out, thats the trick...

Using a Boxer primer for Berdan primed cases:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwmmsZ-aX4g
I can't watch the video right now. Where can I find boxer primed brass?
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Old 01-15-2013, 07:20 PM   #19946
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If Obama bans standard capacity magazines tomorrow will mine still ship? Or will I get a refund?
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Ill reload for you I don't take pics of my guns for a good reason-iv had em stolen after postin pics on the internet. Along w a couple other legal reasons.
I'm calling BS on this. How the Hell is someone going to steal your guns because of a picture you posted on the internet? That is just absurd. I keep my guns well secured to prevent against theft, and if they are stolen I have ample documentation on them including pictures with serial numbers (if applicable) and full detailed descriptions for insurance purposes. Never once had to use it. As for legal reasons? What is illegal about a Warbird? Do you own a stolen gun? WTF?
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I'm calling BS on this. How the Hell is someone going to steal your guns because of a picture you posted on the internet? That is just absurd. I keep my guns well secured to prevent against theft, and if they are stolen I have ample documentation on them including pictures with serial numbers (if applicable) and full detailed descriptions for insurance purposes. Never once had to use it. As for legal reasons? What is illegal about a Warbird? Do you own a stolen gun? WTF?
Then you are an idiot. I had a gun stolen out of my truck cuz someone knew I had it from a fb photo of it. They stole it out of my truck. Ya I have serial numbers photographed and written down. The legal reasons is because of the shops insurance rating I can't post a pic of ANY gun I build that falls under class two sniper quality.
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Then you are an idiot. I had a gun stolen out of my truck cuz someone knew I had it from a fb photo of it. They stole it out of my truck. Ya I have serial numbers photographed and written down. The legal reasons is because of the shops insurance rating I can't post a pic of ANY gun I build that falls under class two sniper quality.
WTF is class two sniper quality? A heavy precision barrel and a high powered scope?
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WTF is class two sniper quality? A heavy precision barrel and a high powered scope?
Idk. They have never been able to explain to us what makes it that way to where we can get a handle on it. They come in appraise the guns we build when they are done and tell us what it qualifies as. My warbird fell into that category as does apparently most bench rest rifles we build.
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