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  1. You should try “the load” posted in the wiki by Ed Harris. Short of that, I’d check one of the Lyman manuals.

  2. I thought so too, but they don't allow videos apparently. I did post a couple photos for them though.

  3. Whether or not you can use that trigger is dependent upon which bolt you use. It's all about how the bolt is cut.

  4. That’s what I started to wonder about. It seemed like the bolt was the biggest issue with the trigger. I was thinking about a Faxon or Odin bolt, but I didn’t want to buy something that wouldn’t fit.

  5. Ideally, the manufacturer will include compatibility in their description of the BCG.

  6. No, this is actually good information. I’d rather do it right than pay twice. There are so many AR parts that an AR15 is pretty easy to build, but an AR9 I know is just not the same.

  7. I wasn’t kidding about rule 2 and you even replied

  8. If you only want brass, just press B. Leave everything else blank

  9. That's the thing everything else is blank as you can see on the screenshot. Tried deleting the app and reinstalling too.

  10. I actually saw it in reverse. Sorry. Maybe turn it if and turn it on again?

  11. Back before my time, dies used to be more generic in which caliber it could load.

  12. I don't have any of those newfangled pay thingies. Can I just mail cash?

  13. Please mail it to reloadingsepplyexchange at 1098 Main Street any town

  14. Only Amazon gift cards. Please transfer the balance to …

  15. Hi, I’m trying to Reno my living room. It’s about 144sqft…

  16. Probably uproot their relationship if it’s on rocky soil

  17. Doesn’t matter to some people anyway. Your words will just go from one side to the other

  18. ITS A SCAM. Anywhere with Venmo or Zelle or other bullshit is a massive scam.

  19. I will take the Franklin Armory but the real roll mark for California is Costa Mesa Armalite AR, like a AR18

  20. I think they are in Morgan Hill and Minden. Juggernaut Tactical and Strike Industries are in California among others.

  21. Interesting. I know that they had some problems a few years ago after the Vegas shooting. P80 just had some problems recently as well.

  22. Personally, I’d test the alloy hardness. There’s someone selling foundry type on Discord.

  23. Try it and post for extra karma. My guess is yes. I’m just guessing though.

  24. As long as your consistent, the cannelure doesn’t always matter. You need enough bearing surface for the brass to hold the bullet without falling down or out.

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