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Persimmon Dan, SASS #42428

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About Persimmon Dan, SASS #42428

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  • Birthday 06/04/1946

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    42428
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    WestSide Renegades-Dooley Gang

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Evansville, IN
  • Interests
    Shootin', building the best holsters I can, and Bo.(Not necessarily in that order)

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  1. I have a limited amount of 38 special, fully processed, reloading brass available. It is once fired range yellow brass that has been cleaned, resized, deprimed, and polished. There are NO nickle cases included. I have had this in the past and it is very nice, but none for a year or more. This is not what is commonly found that folks gather up and supply as "used brass". You never know how much that brass has been shot. It is bagged 500/bag. It varies in price, so here goes. Mixed headstamp..........27.50/500.... 8 bags available. 4 SOLD//4 left Blazer headstamp..........30.00/500.....2 bags available PMC headstamp...........30.00/500....4 bags available SOLD Remington..........................32.50/500.... 4 bags available SOLD Prices are plus actual shipping costs. A bag of 500 weighs about 6 lbs, so you can get an idea what it might cost. The smart way is to buy enough to use a medium flat rate USPS box for 13.50 that will let you get as many as 2000 pieces in the same box. Get a buddy to join in and save some money. This will be likely all I will have for the forseeable future. an maybe forever. My friend that does this, from time to time, is wanting to quit and play with his grandkids. Imagine that. If you want something to do while we are waiting for this "virus" thing to pass, maybe loading some ammo would be a good choice. Send me an email or a message...thanks, PD
  2. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the cowboy committee at the West Side Sportsman's Club in Evansville, IN has decided to move our first annual Spring Round Up from the May 7-9, 2020 dates to July 23, 24, & 25, 2020. The format will remain the same. For those of you who have already entered, Deadeye Mike (Mike Hudson) will be contacting you to get your preference as to a refund or transferring the fee to the new dates. We are told that the guest hotel has plenty of rooms for that date available. We thank you very much for your enthusiasm for our inaugural event and are looking forward to having a great match and shooting with all our friends under much more relaxing conditions. See you there,
  3. Greg, Please update my personal email address with you. Your old one does not work. Thanks, PD
  4. Just for giggles, consider this... At a scheduled monthly match, at the WSSC in Evansville,IN in July 2004 (pre-SASS affiliation), we had 61 shooters in seven (7) categories and provided awards to the top three in each...nice trophies at that. Eleven years later....same month.....60 shooters.......nineteen (19) categories.....still trying to provide nice awards as before.......??? The issue, it seems to me...is that it is not that a category is offered...it is the award situation that is created. Maybe I'm offbase here...but if you want paper certificates again...clubs can afford just so much.........go for it!! Maybe limited categories got dominated by the better shooters.....imagine that.........so more categories made it more inviting for more shooters....well, bring the categories on........we will all have a bunch of fun which is what this whole deal is really about. Just the view from my saddle.......
  5. This is the two-tone model.........stainless steel slide over the black polymer frame and grip.
  6. No more room in the safe, so offering this pistol. It is factory new in the box, model 223400. Black polymer frame and grip with stainless steel slide and 4" barrel in 40 S&W caliber. It has 2 stainless steel mags with 14 shot capacity along with the lock, manual, and box it came in. I understand that it is California legal, but that needs to be verified. I don't have pics right now, but can take a couple to send. Lots of pics and complete descriptions are available of this model on www.gunbroker and www.gunsamerica...refer to the model # 223400. This gun is, as I said, brand new in the box. Priced to sell, I'm asking $250 which includes USPS Priority shipping to the contiguous 48..... Thanks for looking. PD
  7. The brass has been cleaned,tumble polished, and deprimed. There are no nickle cases. All Remington head stamp. Two boxes of 2000, $152 each shipped. Also one box of 1000, $84 shipped. Thanks!!
  8. We often write Nevada sweeps that give the shooter the option to start on the target he/she chooses. Sometimes there might be a larger target in the middle position just to see if they are awake!! Giving the option makes it more interesting for a lot of shooters.
  9. Sorry Dodge City Dixie is Kathy Burris and her cell number was 615-957-4021. You are also making a shotgun belt for me Mike Burris and my cell number is 615-838-3369. We are ok and understand great work is worth waiting for. At TN State shoot we were under the understanding that it would take approx 8 weeks. That is why we were thinking we might have them by Christmas

  10. Do you think you will be finished with the new holster rig for Dodge City Dixie by Christmas?

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