Monday, November 5, 2012
Got out yesterday and put some rounds downrange. Sadly, it was all .22 rimfire. While any shooting is better than none, and .22 rimfire is good for training and the pocketbook, it lacks something. Namely, recoil.
Guess it's time to start getting the loading gear out the moving boxes. The Dillon 450 was the first one I dug out, and since it has the .38 Special dies in it.............Looking at it, I think I'll tear it down and detail clean it. Don't know it's ever been done, as I bought it used at a gun show, where it wasn't much cleaner than it is at the moment. Carb cleaner, WD-40, and axle grease. Because I'm all about the expensive custom cleaning stuff.