Comments: It's a beautiful thing.

Heh. You two just belong together... :-) Happy Shooting!

Posted by Richmond at January 8, 2007 07:06 PM

Yep - I'll agree. You are one very lucky fella. :-) But then again, I'm biased.

Posted by Tammi at January 8, 2007 07:44 PM

And she puts up with your crap, too :-)

Posted by Harvey at January 8, 2007 09:25 PM

I buy my .22 ammo by the brick and shotgun ammo by the flat of ten boxes. almost all the other ammo I buy is in components, bullets, powder and primers, along with cartridge cases. Of course I have about ten bazillion .38. .357 .223 and .30-06 range pickup brass around to throw together for blasting ammo.
For what you spent today you could have bought a Lee turret press and a set of .38/.357 dies and a autodisc powder measure. Then you'd never have to buy .38s and .357 again. And it would only cost about thirty bucks to add a handgun cartridge to your line up.
Factory ammo is a waste of money.

Posted by Peter at January 8, 2007 09:51 PM

so where you shooting? want help?

Posted by og at January 8, 2007 11:18 PM

We shoot here Og: http://www.bristolranges.com

Some different range rules, and the range fee for non-members is a bit stiff ($20) but it's a damn nice facility.

My problem is that I'm a bit tight this week so I may not bring the .44 mag (out of ammo and it's not cheap).

Sigh.

Guess I'll have to stick to the 300 rounds of .45, 1000 of .22, and 100 of .30-.30....

Who the hell am I kidding? I'll get at least one box of .44 ammo :) It's worth it just for the "Oh fuck!" factor when I let newbies squeeze a few off hehehe

Posted by Graumagus at January 9, 2007 12:52 AM