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Marshal Fire, SASS 10064

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About Marshal Fire, SASS 10064

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  • SASS Number or "Guest"
    10064 L
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Hodag country

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Eagle River, WI
  • Interests
    CAS, shooting sports

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  1. First at the match and enjoyed it greatly. The stages were fun and a challenge. Enjoyed meeting many new SASS friends. will plan to return. Posse 4, nice to meet Noz in person
  2. GG, I like the brass hardware can you share where to acquire them? Thanks
  3. During a recent discussion on this forum there was some brief comments about what is a legal sight for the rifle used in plainsman. The SASS rules are clear that receiver sights are not allowed. The comment was that the factory or similar (such as those made by Skinner sights) barrel mounted peep style sight used on the H&R 1871 buffalo classic are NOT allowed. It looks like fun shooting plainsman and I have a 38-55 H&R that I would like to try out in a match. I am also interested in what rifles shooters are using for this. I have seen a few videos of shooters with trapdoors doing an impressive job of loading and putting lead down range.
  4. TC, in his comment Eyesa mention his club allow BARREL mounted sights. I believe this is the factory sight on the HR buffalo classic and is legal for SASS rules ?
  5. I have an interest in shooting plainsman. I see mentioned from Elysa that his club allows the barrel mounted sight. I did not see in the SASS rules any restrictions on rifle sights. Do some club restrict the type of rifle sight? i have a buffalo classic in 38-55 with the barrel sight that I would like to use. any good sources of information on shooting plainsman that would help a new shooter?
  6. Duce if you do not mind I would be interested I. The contact info for the man who made your grips. Looking for a pair for a schofield also regards marshal fire
  7. Patagonia Pete The length of pull is the same as the original configuration. If I recall correctly the original gun had a hard plastic butt plate. The Stock was cut to the thickness of the recoil pad. At one time I had also thought that with the screw in chokes I would use the gun for bird hunting. Never got around to that.
  8. Size 42 fringed leather coat. nice shape just do not use anymore. $ 50.00 plus shipping
  9. Selling my back up set as I just do not find the need to use them. A pair of Ruger Old Army 5.5 inch in Stainless steel. The hammers were replaced with the super Blackhawk wide hammer (improves duelist handling work by Boomstick). Slix nipples. The most dependable cap and ball there is and ready to ring steel. 1900.00 plus shipping to your door where legal.
  10. I am selling my back up browning. It is a 12 ga with a total barrel length of 23 inches. It has screw in chokes (remchoke system), the chambers are polished. the chamber end is beveled and the forcing cones have been lengthened. After all of this works was done the wood was stripped and an oil finish applied, the metal was blued and even the gold trigger plated in the original gold finish.. The butt has a soft rubber recoil pad fitted and tapered to allow for a quick placement on the shoulder. The auto safety is converted to manual placement. The gun has a barrel selector within the trigger guard. Truly a great looking shotgun but I never use it and it is time it founds a new home.1200.00 plus shipping.
  11. I know of several shooters who use a bandolier to load the shotgun. Was wondering if anyone knows of an instructional video or article about loading this way. Best Regards Marshal Fire
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