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Wondering if anyone has made case ejector mod for their press. I have a lee breech lock single stage press and I’d like to speed up couple steps with something that can eject the casings on the down stricken, mainly sizing and bullet seatings. I’d prefer something that I can DIY that’s cheap and...
Cash price is $130. Face to face meeting at PDX Metro area FFL only, no shipping. Buyer/Trader will be responsible for transfer fees of Hi Point.
For sale is my Hi-Point JCP 40 semi-auto pistol. The pistol has never been fired. It includes one mag. Includes two boxes of ammo as pictured.
I have a really nice, old S&W .32 HE I bought off the forum here at the beginning of the year. Never got around to shooting it and want to thin the heard a bit before the holidays so this one has to go. I feel like its in great shape for its age, action feels amazing, everything is nice and...
Getting Brass to Face with your 9mm Glock ?
This is the new ejector and the video shows the performance differences between the ejector types.
I have a couple extra trigger mechanism housings that contain the #47021 ejector.
I am trying to free up some funds for another purchase. First up is this Smith and Wesson .32 hand ejector. It is in decent shape for its age. Definitely shows its age. I believe this is an I-frame. The grips are functional, but frankly, they’re ugly plastic and don’t fit well. There is some...
I guess this isn't so much a problem as it is a minor annoyance. One of the things I love about my Winchester M1917 is the placement of the bolt handle in a manner that allows me to do rapid fire drills with ease. However, from time to time when I do these rapid fire drills, when I open the bolt...