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About banshee

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  • Birthday 04/05/1963

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    Lost State of Franklin
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    SBS, Machineguns, Varmint shooting, Restoring Military Vehicles
  1. banshee

    Picture Post, Lets see your Saiga 12!

    It's been awhile since ive been here and thought I would repost my Tromix SBS.. She still runs like a watch..
  2. banshee

    Any .50 BMG owners?

    I have an AMAC .50BMG rifle. Heavy beast but shots great.
  3. banshee

    Any Makarov lovers out there

    I have a Russian and a Bulgarian Makarov. Sometimes I carry the Bulgraian.
  4. banshee

    How is the valmet m78s receiver made?

    the M78 I had was milled, All I have ever seen were milled.
  5. banshee

    What side do you fold your stock on?

    No folding stock on my Saiga SBS. It had an Ace hinge on it when I got it from Tony, but I removed it and bolted the stock up solid.I'm not a big fan of folding stocks.
  6. banshee

    Messy 12 Gauge ND

    yep, Federal does. I run 00BUCK in my Ithaca MAG10.
  7. banshee

    what kind of press ar you using right now

    I use a Dillon 550, Redding Ulta Mag and for my .50BMG rifle I use a RCBS Ammomaster.
  8. I hate that 18,000 people lost their jobs, but I personalty will not miss Twinkies..
  9. banshee


    I believe to get the stock to lock when folded you have to have either the Swiss style adjustable stock or a true Swiss folding 550/551 stock.
  10. banshee

    Ruger Sp101 with Wolff springs

    I put a Wolff spring kit in my Alaskan and it made a huge difference. Well worth the cost and no problems with misfires or any other problems
  11. banshee

    Benchtop Drill Press - Skil or Ryobi?

    neither one, they both run to damn fast for metal work. Try to drill a .50 hole in a piece of 4140 or 316 stainless steel at 570 RPM
  12. banshee

    Shell casing Dents

    You will lose more brass to split necks and loose primer pockets than to dents on the sides of the case.