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Forster neck sizing bushing are made to use with the Forster Precision Plus Bushing Bump Dies only, and they are not interchangeable with other brands of bushings. Forster bushings are made in .001 inch increments in the sizes needed for the dies Forster makes. All Forster bushings are cryogenically treated to make them ultra smooth and long lasting. .281 to .343 Mfg: ForsterCheck price and Read more Detail At Forster
The Mag-Pump Magdump lets you quickly unload your mil-spec AR-15 mags - without the sore thumb. The BEST way to empty a mag is to put it in the rifle and send the rounds downrange. But when you can't empty a mag the good way, simply insert it into the Mag-Pump Magdump and it will empty the magazine as fast as you can cycle the handle. Ejects cartridges one at a time Reduces potential for magazine spring failure caused by fully loaded mag sitting for long periods of time Sturdy, lightweight polymer construction With a Mag-Pump Magdump you can unload a full 30-rd mag in a few seconds, prolonging the life of mag springs and feed lips. Mfg: Magpump, Llc.Check price and Read more Detail At Magpump, Llc.
Bushings are available in increments of .001" from .185" through .199" and .218" through .343". The easiest way to tell the bushing size needed is to measure your loaded rounds at the neck. This caliper or micrometer reading indicates bullet diameter plus twice the thickness of the neck. The bushing diameter must measure less than this, we suggest .002" to .003" smaller. Taking into account the spring-back of the case neck after sizing, this would give you .001" to .002" "grip" on the bullet. View other sizes: .185" to .252" .253" to .302" .303" to .369" Mfg: L.E. Wilson, Inc.Check price and Read more Detail At L.E. Wilson, Inc.
In 1873, Colt's single-action Army (SAA) revolver became the Army's standard sidearm. Cavalry troopers were armed with the new revolvers. Lawmen and outlaws alike were quick to adopt the handy new 6-shooter which earned the nickname "Peacemaker." The single-action Army was most widely produced with a color case-hardened frame and blued barrel. Meanwhile, a nickel-plated version was issued to Indian scouts. And a bright charcoal blue finish was available from the factory. But with years of use, the old 6-guns took on a well-handled soft gray patina. All of these classic finishes are available in the 1873 Cattleman. Mfg: UbertiCheck price and Read more Detail At Uberti
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