Richard Craver

Musings about this world, and the world to come.

Archive for the 'Guns' Category

… You May Be A Reloader

If you’ve ever dried brass in the kitchen oven…you may be a reloader.

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First .223 Loads Fired

The lower charge weight loads grouped very nicely for a low budget carbine.

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Reloadis Newbieous In Habitat

So I shot the 100 rounds I brought, then set about foraging for reloadable range brass. I went range squirrel!

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Now For Some .233

So now it’s time to get the .223″ rifle loads going.

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Making Do

‘I’ve done some much, for so long, with so little, that I’m now qualified to do anything with nothing’.

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Getting Loaded

I’ve been getting loaded a lot here lately. But you don’t need to plan an intervention,

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A Rainy Gun Day

My wife is a quilter. Every year a group charters buses so a bunch of women and a few men can go on a ‘Shop Hop’ of quilts shops across central North Carolina. So I was left at home to my own devices today.

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In The Club

When I was growing up we lived next to my grandparent’s farm with hills, woods and gullies. Those who didn’t grow up rural may only know of Fern Gully. Basically a gully is just a washed out spot on a hillside.

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The Shop Is Coming Together

For all my mechanical abilities there is one thing I’ve never been able to enjoy, a home shop. The first house I owned had a rickety shed with a gravel floor big enough for a mower and a few yard tools. The next house had a full basement with a work bench that I put […]

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Appleseed!

I spent day at Appleseed, going back tomorrow for the conclusion. No I’m not talking about burying old iPhones so that they can grow up as the next model. What I went to was an event put on by the Revolutionary War Veterans Association, it’s a two-day marksmanship training and enlightenment of the Revolutionary War […]

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