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Old 08-17-2009, 03:41 AM   #11
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If you use Speer cases, Speer Gold Dots and kep your mouth shut, who will know?

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Old 08-17-2009, 04:07 AM   #12
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If you use Speer cases, Speer Gold Dots and kep your mouth shut, who will know?
True very true.

Never thought about that.

what if you use WW case and winchester bullets as well.
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What if you use a revolver and your favorite Keith SWC over a nice hefty charge of target powder? Who can argue it isnt a target load.

With respect to autos, get in the habit of picking up your empties. Count your shots, pick up your empties. Leave. Give them little to work with. Even in my .45, I load Keith 240's and sometime 250's when I travel. Fire for effect, not brand name.

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Count your shots, pick up your empties. Leave. Give them little to work with.
Uh, bro. That is tampering with the scene and could open more problems for you.

Not to mention I can assure you that anyone who is involved with a shooting situation is going to be amped up and is not going to be thinking clearly for quite a few hours. Let alone in the right mind to "spruce up the place" prior to the cops getting there.

Like Robo said, if you use "X" brand brass and "X" brand bullets, who is going to know what charge they had behind them??

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I KNOW you're not talking about self defense shooting, because that would be illegally tampering with evidence. Are you crazy or what? That will get you arrested faster than you can spit. I can only hope that nobody takes your post serious. If the shoot is justified, why screw it all up & do something stupid like that???? Perhaps you're talking about offensive shooting (as opposed to defensive) or "gangsta" shooting, in which case you're in the WRONG forum. It's pretty obvious you've never been involved in an actual defensive shooting, so in which case you need to shut up about giving illegal advise. Just sit back and learn from the wealth of information in this forum.




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What if you use a revolver and your favorite Keith SWC over a nice hefty charge of target powder? Who can argue it isnt a target load.

With respect to autos, get in the habit of picking up your empties. Count your shots, pick up your empties. Leave. Give them little to work with. Even in my .45, I load Keith 240's and sometime 250's when I travel. Fire for effect, not brand name.
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What if you use a revolver and your favorite Keith SWC over a nice hefty charge of target powder? Who can argue it isnt a target load.

With respect to autos, get in the habit of picking up your empties. Count your shots, pick up your empties. Leave. Give them little to work with. Even in my .45, I load Keith 240's and sometime 250's when I travel. Fire for effect, not brand name.
OH BOY I love it when I get to do something like this.

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Ewwww,,,

Well I happened to live by the gun for a long time first as a law enforcement officer, and then as a PI and bail enforcement agent, so maybe you dont know so much about me after all. I dont shoot offensively.

We were taught to always pick up our empties and I do that to this day. If we are going into a strange area, we use revolvers. Picking up my brass has nothing to do with tampering with a scene. Leaving it, is fodder for the lawyers.

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So let me get this straight-you're claiming that you're allowed to pick up your brass after a shoot BEFORE the tech guys do their thing? And leave the scene???

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Oh, I am so with you on this one Bear. I have never heard of this type of behavior.....

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We were taught to always pick up our empties and I do that to this day. If we are going into a strange area, we use revolvers. Picking up my brass has nothing to do with tampering with a scene. Leaving it, is fodder for the lawyers.
A classic example of an old cliche:

"Oh what a tangled web we weave...."

Don't try to justify a stupid remark with another stupid remark!
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