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Bull Skinner

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About Bull Skinner

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    The Free Grazers

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    The Wild Prairies of Southern Illinois
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    CAS, History of the West, Harleys

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  1. I think Buzzard’s 3.0 grains sounds right. I load 3.2 to 3.5 grains in 38 Special. 3.5 grains being a little stout for our game. Red Dot is my favorite powder. I load 38 Special, 44 Russian, 44 Special, 44-40, 45 Colt and of course 12 gauge with it. Oh, also light lead bullet loads in 45-70 govt. It is one of the most universal powders for lead bullet loads. I like it better than Unique which also is good for that purpose.
  2. I’ve owned Three and still have one as a back up to my TTN. You must have confused the 235 with another double on the blow up part. They are built like a tank. Unlike most old hammer guns they have a very robust box lock action and really heavy duty steel barrels. If the all coil spring action were not so hard cocking they would be almost perfect for our sport. Would recommend highly if speed is not your goal. Ps; Ask the smith if he can lighten the springs on it. If he can let me know I may send mine to him to modify!
  3. Come on out and shoot with COOP DOG, BURN THROUGH, TYLER RED RYDER AND THE REST OF THE BOYS!
  4. I’m not familiar with guns with a tang safety. I assume this is a recent production by Miroku?
  5. Burn Through, I’ll take it if the deal falls through.
  6. Message with particulars Sent. Check in the mail in the morning.
  7. I’ll go $35 including shipping for the pants and the green suspenders in your XXL shirt POST.
  8. I’ll offer $25 including shipping on #3.
  9. Put them in dishwashing detergent and water at the end of the match, then drain without rinsing and lay on newspaper to dry when Iget home. Later in the week I tumble in corncob till clean, not shiny cause stained brass reloads and shoots just as good as shiny. Besides that’s how I ID BP brass from smokeless brass.
  10. I’m with J. Mark. Shiny brass Is highly overrated. I use a 60 dollar Lyman tumbler and corn cob media. I throw a cap full of Brasso in every so often.
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