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    TODAY'S GUN TIME

    Varget, H4350, and IMR 8208XBR where hard to find before this craziness. Ive found SW Precision seems to be close to a Varget sub. IMR4064 is an excellent powder that doesnt seem to be in as hard demand as Varget.
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    3d Printers

    So, the Ender 3 V2 seems to be recommended by about 90% of sources for a first printer. About 6 months ago, there was a sale on Ender 3 Pro, for like $169; and i kinda joked about it been a 'toy' and my 10 yo daughter started telling me about them. I had aways assumed they where $500+, and...
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    3d Printers

    I'm thinking tool organizers, maybe reloading blocks, maybe phone/tablet organizers/charger station, remote controller bases. I dont really know enough about them to think of what to use them for.
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    3d Printers

    So, clearly a odd forum to ask, but this is a very well rounded group of clever folks. Any thoughts on 3d printers? They look like fun, and I think the kids (7,10,15) would like one as a gift, but.. On one hand, you see some clever examples of actually use, making practical gadgets On the other...
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    TODAY'S GUN TIME

    So, for reloading, powder seems to be available, but it might not be your favorite (8208xbr, Varget, h4350, h4895) but similar use powders can be found. Primers are still really limited and expensive, But, they are out there, at around $15/100. Biggest issue, is a $150/1000 becomes over $200...
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    Farm UTV/RTV Purchase

    I've told my son, if he ever gets pulled over, to tell them he's going to my moms place to check fence lines. Ag can get away with a lot.
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    TODAY'S GUN TIME

    I've only ever annealed 100 pieces of 223 brass, about 4 times fired, and i hand held them by base and rolled them in propane torch flame. I got what I think was appropriate temp, right before dull dull red in a dark shed. They resized easy, but thats not really a good Guage of equal temp.
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    TODAY'S GUN TIME

    Too anneal in the oven, how are you isolating the rim, head, and web?
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    Farm UTV/RTV Purchase

    I wish FLa did this. They would get some tax dollars on the tag, ect. I always thought it was stupid, a motor cycle is safer then something with a roll cage and seat belts? Heck, not picking on motorcycles, but if your 21, you dont need to wear a helmet, but a SxS, thats a death trap.
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    Farm UTV/RTV Purchase

    In FLA, each county can choose if they allow ATVs/UTVs on roads with post speeds of 35mph or less; our county specifically does NOT, however, they don't enforce it. I want to say Tenn allows you to basically tag them as a motorcycle, I think. Where we live, there are hundreds of miles of dirt...
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    Farm UTV/RTV Purchase

    Can the Roxor be tagged for on road use? Depending on where you are, and local laws, as well as how the sheriffs office enforce them, if you can get it tagged for on road, that is a nice bonus.
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    TODAY'S GUN TIME

    Maybe I've already asked, this thread is pretty long, and my memory, not so much, but anyways What factory, affordable, 22LRs have threaded barrels, preferably 1/2×28, not the weird 1/2×20 or 1/2×36. I swear I thought the Winchester Wildcat was, but zooming in on pictures, doesn't look like...
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    TODAY'S GUN TIME

    I think 17 HMR would be fine for Yotes at, say 50 yards, but those little bullets loose energy fast as they go down range.
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    Squirrels love to eat shed antlers.
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    That looks like an 11 point to me :)
 
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