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Hey Lou, do a photo shoot outside, the natural light will allow the wood grain to pop. Post several pics, we won’t think your bragging, although I...
Wow! Beautiful Rifle.:lewis:
Lewis’ tip of covering the top with sawdust and letting it form charcoal to form a barrier from the oxygen thus reducing oxidation would eliminate...
Save the Renegade, buy a cheep in-line.
84 grains weighed = 120 volume of BH 209. Do not shoot 95 grains wt.as it would be a serious overload, especially with a conical. Good luck....
Same here using sheet lead reclaimed from X-ray rooms. It’s got to be an impurity in the lead.
Love the .35 Rem.
:welcome:To the group.
The first thing I did was to restock it with a Boyd’s thumbhole laminate. With some bedding and floating the barrel and working up a load, it has...
That would bug me to no end. A new barrel would be in the future, but that’s just me.
[ I have a ruger 77-44 1-20 twist .
I need one of those, or two, or three.:2cool:
The copper jacket looks very thin?
Pity for the poor soul that buys one of those rifles thinking he is getting a .45 cal Renegade. Sad! Buyer beware!
If your wanting to shoot it as is, the deal would be ok, if the rifle is in excellent condition. If your wanting to upgrade it to shoot Blackhorn...
Great video Lewis, :lewis:
FPJ bolt and adapter ,:lewis:, is the best IMO. I have both.
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