- 20-02-2012, 16:26 #831
Cordite strands I should imagine.Stag On Suckers!
- 20-02-2012, 16:31 #832
- Join Date
- Oct 2005
- a fridge too far.
not a bad little easy read about the history of BP.
Gunpowder: alchemy, bombards, and pyrotechnics : the history of the ... - Jack Kelly - Google BooksLet us be thankful we have an occupation to fill. Work hard, increase production, prevent accidents and be happy.
Let us be thankful we have commerce. Buy more. Buy more now. Buy. And be happy.
- 20-02-2012, 16:34 #833
theres 100s up in tal y fan,, full rounds too,, been shot but did not go off,, they just left them,, all 1942,,Nasty, noisy things,, revolvers,, Count. Better stick to air-guns." Sherlock Holmes,
- 20-02-2012, 16:53 #834
Take your kinetic hammer and get the bullets pulled.Stag On Suckers!
- 20-02-2012, 16:55 #835
would or could they be used ? i will be going up in the summer,, around june the brass is US as it crumbles,,Nasty, noisy things,, revolvers,, Count. Better stick to air-guns." Sherlock Holmes,
- 20-02-2012, 16:58 #836
Depends on what state they are in...and if you can be bothered. If they are bashed about dented etc I wouldn't bother.
I've just pulled some '41 WRA .303 which was pretty manky looking until it went in the stainless steel...looks like new now and will be getting shot in the near future...will be using the case too once I've annealed the necks.Stag On Suckers!
- 20-02-2012, 17:01 #837
brave man,,, i dont like to even touch the cases,, i can crush them tween fingers,, the heads are ok,
i will get a few and send them to you,, i wonder if thats allowed,?Nasty, noisy things,, revolvers,, Count. Better stick to air-guns." Sherlock Holmes,
- 20-02-2012, 17:12 #838
- Join Date
- Aug 2005
- Canton of the Bear Grrrrr
That book is a good read, lots of interesting anecdotes.
- 20-02-2012, 17:18 #839
- 20-02-2012, 19:43 #840