As Gomer Pyle would say, "Welcome, welcome, welcome!" Would have answered sooner but just got back the my club's match.
When you are setting up the targets they are big and heavy and when you try to see them though your sights they are tiny...
Ask questions as needed--I, for sure, don't know all the answers but we'll have fun figuring the questions out--as a last resort we can always lie.
One thing I forgot (just went out and casted about 15lbs of .45LC 200 grain bullets to replace the ones I used and will use tomorrow--but I digress): If you can find a caster in your neck of the woods see if s/he will like you come watch. You can ask questions and see how easy it is to save $$. and it's a lot of fun, too.
I'd offer but not sure where "every where" is
Sorry--didn't know you are a caster. I often let new and would-be casters come by and see that all this magic isn't. Some day I'll have to figure the number of rounds a new caster needs to make in order to make casting cost-effective. I've been doing it for so long that everything is well paid for, 'cept the new molds I just have to have now and then.
Howdy Mason and everybody else,
I'm also new here but I like the forum already.... like the way it's set up in different topics. Thanks to Cheyenne Rancher and the others who had a hand in puttin' this here forum together. :agree: :agree: :agree:
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