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    I just bought some Federal primers (the cheapest) and they were $5.99 a box of 100. I was lucky to find them. I guess they are in short supply around here.
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    Home Depot .22 $ 5.96 per 100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duk4me View Post
    Oh Jen you are so lucky I'm not into the Keystone Light today. I could make big girls blush with this one. Probably even 2 tall and Pals.
    I don't think you could make Pals blush.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard N View Post
    I don't think you could make Pals blush.
    did you see, she even knew he is bow legged!
    this could be better than a deer camp scar challenge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pals View Post
    First: Good for you Montview!! I know how crappy it was to have your stuff stolen.

    Second: At the risk of being "inane" I really must ask "What flavor?" I am particular, my creamsicles must be just right. Its important that they be not too tart nor too sweet. Duk-you could try. But if you notice my special hat that I wear, in combination with the ho boots, it would be a hard task. Not sure you are up for the challenge.

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    In my hand launcher ( which I have been using quite a bit as my wife has been out of town on business) I use the construction primers from Home Depot. They work in the launcher, but not in a 22 cal starter pistol. They come in three colors, and I can get about 100 yards out of the yellow ones.

    BTW--hand launching has never been my first choice.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 7pntail View Post
    In my hand launcher ( which I have been using quite a bit as my wife has been out of town on business) I use the construction primers from Home Depot. They work in the launcher, but not in a 22 cal starter pistol. They come in three colors, and I can get about 100 yards out of the yellow ones.

    BTW--hand launching has never been my first choice.



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    I bought 3000 209's (federal mags) online and with hazard shipping and all , I think the cost was an average of $3.00 - 3.50 per hundred. I bought a couple 209 pistols at Mack's supply for less than $100.00 each "very nice for the money" I have shot over a thousand rounds so far with perfect performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duk4me View Post
    Oh what have I done.....
    this is epic, I think I bruised a rib!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7pntail View Post
    In my hand launcher ( which I have been using quite a bit as my wife has been out of town on business) I use the construction primers from Home Depot. They work in the launcher, but not in a 22 cal starter pistol. They come in three colors, and I can get about 100 yards out of the yellow ones.

    BTW--hand launching has never been my first choice.



    You a member yet Jen?
    We gotta stop this is getting..........into hand
    I have learned I need these dogs much more than they need me. Tim Bockmon

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