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Old June 3, 1999, 11:01 AM   #8
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Almost Art.. Went to Mark at McBrides...grin He is the one that did the throat job on it. He had it feeding almost everything; including empty cases. Said there were some problems with the "flying ash trays" I believe. Then I tried the Georgia Arms stuff that I had and got nose first failures about every 6 shots. Switching to the S&B, I have had less than a half a dozen problems in over 1500 rnds.

So, I just want to be careful as I start reloading. I don't want to buy 5000 rnds of something that won't feed. grin.

Mal, thanks for the tip on Naches and Graf & sons.

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