Very nice start...29s really look good in nickel if you are so inclined (that's the enabler acting up again). Try some N105 for those 200s, easier on the hands than the 240s and 300s.
I think you have a little artistic streak in you! I take it you have a Dillon press. Same here, but now I see I need to order the calendar. klgasilBRVOAs the headline reads, put together some 200 gr jacketed bullets for it. Ordered some new casings from starline. They seem to be very nice. They went thru the press well. A little on tight side, but they measure up very good. Plus I never loaded up new brass before, so I'm thinking tight is good.
When the snow melts some more I'll be able to get up the hill to my little target range and shoot this gun.
I tried the trigger today on it. It's been a while since I shot my last 44, but the s&w trigger is nice. Very smooth. I'm impressed with it.
Any who, here's a pic.
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Thanks for the invite. Iam thinking the Hamburg shoot. I'll be ready for a break by then, I got 6 cords of wood to load, move, and stack by the house. Just waiting till it dries up some. I'll shoot ya PM when its closer.Hey S,
Take lots of ammo. LOL K 38's love ammo! LOL
Will be up to Hershey in a couple weeks.
Am "squaded" to shoot Thursday & Friday afternoons PSA Shootout - Home https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSa3UaUHDoY
Then, will be shooting at Hamburg Club (in Shartlesville) on Saturday (Steel Challenge Format). Hamburg Rifle & Pistol - Forms & Links
Either one is fun to watch!
If you intend on riding up to either (the PSA is a real treat, most of the best shooters in the Country show up), PM me, and we can trade phone numbers.
You are correct on the press. Nothing fancy though, cause I'm not in a rush doing that. It's just a square deal B. Plus I bought it 12 years ago as refurb unit, so yeah I'm cheap. But it has performed flawlessly.I think you have a little artistic streak in you! I take it you have a Dillon press. Same here, but now I see I need to order the calendar. klgasilBRVO
I never even noticed the girl mate, nice gun. Welcome.
I can definitely say it's a " doozie ".Hey Skwirl,
Great piece of history!
Most folk that purchased K 38's (and K 22's, K 32's) wanted a "Target Grade" revolver.
And by golly, S&W made a "Doozy"!!