Always thought if the good gun fairy would grant me one wish it would be to have a 92 with pretty wood, CC reciever, 1/2 round/1/2 oct. 22" bbl, pistol grip and half mag. in 256mag.Mine is an 1892 Winchester.
Here's how I form my brass.
I annealed the brass (Starline) by standing them up in flat bottomed enameled metal dish pan with just enough water to cover them when on their side. I heat the rim with a propane torch in a dark room until the top just starts to glow red and then use a bamboo skewer to tip them over into the water to cool them. I do them one at a time, tipping them into the water as I go.
I first run them through a polished seater die (plug removed). I polished the inside of the die with a bore mop and some flitz on a drill. I polish all my non carbide dies this way. Then you run them through the sizing die.
I lost 2 of my first 100 by using spray on Hornady One Shot as a case lube. I then switched to RCBS Case Slick and haven't lost one since. I understand Imperial is the way to go, but can't find it around here.
Agreed! There's a 65 deluxe, 218, on Gunsamerica for about $1500, or was. Man, what a beauty, but more of a display item.That would be one fancy Model 65! The 22” barrel would give about perfect balance and allow a long fore arm without looking out of balance. The long forearm helps with off hand snap shooting. I want a Lyman or Redfield receiver sight so I am able to adjust elevation quickly with a coin.