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Old November 25, 2013, 07:11 PM   #26
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Right on.

I will not be hot rodding anything, as the .45s will be shot from a couple Cimarrons and a Rossi 92. The rifle can handle more, but I want to keep it to one load for both.

The .38s will be primarily for a .38 M&P from 1920. Serial number places it into the heat treating era, but I don't see any need to push any limits with it. I have a .357 if I want to express more authority.
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Old December 1, 2013, 12:35 AM   #27
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Whilst having a Post-Thanksgiving family luncheon at Old Granny's house, I was admiring a planter during my 'twixt meal and bread pudding smoke. As my thoughts of late had turned to casting, it seemed like this might could be a good setup if'n one had the space. Just put the burner underneath.


Also felt a compulsion to reread Macbeth for some reason...
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