Perhaps similar to timing a FAL barrel. Needs to do the headspace thing as well as timing out TDC so your front sight is functional. On the FAL/L1A1 could require shaving down the shoulder of the barrel or adding a shim if it doesn’t perfectly match up.
not sure if that may be needed for that...
Just replaced my multivitamin storage for the just in case sort of thing. Much cheaper than one would think.
As todays example, activated Rakuten for 15% cash back today, went to vitacost’s website as they are running 20% off ending either today or tomorrow and ordered a 2 year supply of...
A shockwave just to let them know you got skills.
but seriously, I’ve used a Mossberg 500 as well as a Remington 1100 and at my abilities (not impressive) it worked well. However, I have always coveted a Ruger Red Label As well as a nice O/U Beretta
That’s a touchy subject as most folks are likely hesitant to buy reloads. I’d look at it by the component price as a starting point if you plan on buying them.
ETA: a quick look at once fired brass and coated WC bullets are around .20 combined, another .10 for a primer and a couple of cents for...
For those starting out (and those with experience) here are a few sources which I/the War Department found useful as we do both hot water bath & pressure canning (All American FWIW).
Link to USDA Guide on Canning
Chapter on meats
National Center for Home Food Preservation
Penn State Extension...
I'll pipe in to say it was a great experience. Woke up this morning and the body did let me know that I did something last night.
BTW, @Dr. Evil It appears you did "win" our grappling/tussle. When I went to take a shower, I had a 6mm welt which grazed my gut. Congrats!
There are a few things that I prep for and human stupidity falls into a couple of the scenarios. People laugh at this worn down sticker on the back of one of my protective cases. I think they stop laughing when they don’t see me smile in return.