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Chris645 last won the day on December 23 2018

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About Chris645

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    Central Oklahoma Woods
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    Target shooting, photography and traveling in my little Casita travel trailer.

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  1. Chris645

    So, Who Is At The Bench Today?

    Makes one much more appreciative of our military snipers who make some incredible long range shots to terminate those enemies.
  2. Chris645

    So, Who Is At The Bench Today?

    Yup.................sounds like Oklahoma, "where the wind comes sweeping down the plains".
  3. Chris645

    So, Who Is At The Bench Today?

    WIND???? We ain't got no stinkin' wind in Oklahoma, Greg...................What You Talkin' 'Bout?????
  4. Chris645

    So, Who Is At The Bench Today?

    Ahhhhh, the joys of Commiefornia. Feel for ya, TT.
  5. Chris645

    Little Videos

    OMG, I could hear the Libtards screaming in the streets of America while watching that video. (many probably wearing their "vagina" hats!)
  6. Chris645

    Knife making tools

    One of my favorite scenes in one of my favorite movies!!
  7. Chris645

    Trump Has His Adversaries In A Tizzy Again

    Unfortunately.............................. https://www.breitbart.com/economy/2019/04/12/washington-post-dhs-blocked-white-house-plan-drop-migrants-democrats-districts/ Why in God's name won't people let him do his job?????????
  8. Chris645

    Trump Has His Adversaries In A Tizzy Again

    Gotta luv that guy. Sure knows how to "needle" people...........especially Libretards!
  9. Chris645

    Knife making tools

    Gettin' ready to make my own angle grinding jig. They sure do make it easier. Those Ulus sure look good. Best skinnin' knive ever made!
  10. Chris645

    The Armory is in mourning.

    I've been away from the site for the past couple of weeks with other projects. Just know seeing this. I'm just sick. G Mountain was always such a pleasure to communicate with. Hard to believe both he and his wife were found dead of the same illness. So sad, to say the least. Prayers to their family. Just goes to show ya how really fragile the human body can become as age replaces youth.
  11. Chris645

    Annealing question

    No Chit!!!! Usually a suggestion from you means my bank account is going to be in trouble...........or I'm gonna be in trouble with the little lady if I spend the money!
  12. Chris645

    Annealing question

    After the points you two have made I think I'll just use the oven in my knife making process. Thanks for the input. You forced me to put on my thinkin' cap.
  13. Chris645

    Annealing question

    Been annealing cases for the past 10 years, so am aware only the necks need to be treated. I was just wondering if I could stand them up in a pot of water and only heat the necks via the oven. Probably not, but it was a thought. I've always got thoughts running around in my head. Some times they are spectacularly brilliant............other times not so! Maybe this was the latter, ya think?
  14. Chris645

    Annealing question

    I can adjust the temp to any given temp up to 2,000 degrees. So I could heat up the oven to 800 degrees and then set the tray of cases in it. But, on second thought, I'd probably have trouble keeping them from falling over. Maybe this isn't such a good idea after all. Oh well, my main plan for the oven is annealing and tempering knife blades. Maybe I'll just keep using my case annealing method as it is.
  15. Chris645

    Annealing question

    I've just inherited what is known in the jewely trade as a "burn-out oven". It will reach 2000 degrees. I'm wondering if there would be any way I could protect the bottom portion of my brass cases and anneal the necks in this oven. If I stand the cases up in water, do you think the water would evaporate before the annealing job was complete? {Thinking outside the box here!)