Bradley says in comments on the Pet Loads post:
no 41mag or 38super love. I just dont know any more man..No experience with either caliber. There are a many more calibers I don't know, than the ones I do. And, there are calibers I know than the ones I talked about. Like the .45-70 on one end, and the .223 Rem on the other. Great calibers, both, but I didn't talk about them i that post.
Surfing the Book of Face, I see those annoying posts about sharing Jesus on my wall. I keep Jesus in my heart, not on my Facebook wall. Same with my respect for veterans.
I use Facebook to keep up with friends and family, but mostly to keep up with the goings-on in the gunfighter community. Every club has a Facebook page. And, there are a few community pages out there where we trade information.
Ran into an aggravation yesterday with an order I placed for primers. This is a good outfit that I've used a lot (and I won't name), but it seems that somehow between my computer and theirs, the shipping info always gets screwed up. Every order, I have to call and talk to them about the correct shipping address. It's an aggravation, and they carry the brand I like for fast draw shooting, and their prices are very competitive, so I put up with the aggravation.
Speaking of fast draw shooting, it amazes me the amount of shooting I get to do with that bunch. In researching my back orders with that company, Belle and I have gone through 15K primers in the past year. That's a lot of primers. The current order is for 10K, which we'll sell at the club. I'll recoup my investment and give the *tiny) profit t the club.
People have asked if shooting wax bullets down a bore "waxes it up". Yeah, but so does shooting lead bullets "leads the bore" and shooting jacketed "coppers" the bore. It's actually no different than any other shooting sport. A dirty gun is a dirty gun. The solvent is different, but the process is the same. I use bug-and-tar remover that I buy at the auto parts store. Squirt it down the bore, wait a minute, then brush as usual.