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Marshal Chance Morgun

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About Marshal Chance Morgun

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  • Birthday 08/02/1952

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    Illowa Irregulars and Shady Creek Shootists

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    Iowa-Illinois Border at I-74. Bettendorf, Iowa
  • Interests
    my grandchildren, golf, fishing, model railroading

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  1. Alright, you two. Don't make me send you to your rooms. Winter is over. It's official Spring. Get out there and shoot and have fun.
  2. One other thing. As Rainmaker stated, "in cowboy circles, .38s ARE more prevalent." You are not always going to get only your brass back, and others are going to get your brass. Yes, while we are careful, sometimes we don't catch a different case size when they are that close.
  3. Moe, If I remember correctly, this is your second post about 38 v 357. I think that the 1st was because you had a problem with a rifle feeding .38's. If that is the reason, I've got to go with Junky. Mostly because of the extra work changing the dies and possibility of errors.
  4. Oh no you don't. You're not getting out of running the club annual that easy.
  5. And a side trip to Whitey's for ice cream isn't a bad idea
  6. Not really sure that a State match is all that different than most local monthlies. If you feel comfortable at a monthly, then go ahead. Yes, there is a higher cost in entry fees, food, hotels, etc., but there are often door or raffle prizes, more stages, good food, and just more fun. The people putting on the match are very happy you support them and want you to feel welcome and have a great time. And the greatest thing is you get to meet new people and make new friends.
  7. Tyrel and Redwood, Since the company I work for is going out of business, and I will be out of a job at the end of the month, that info only drives the dagger in deeper.
  8. Darn you, MB. Your question got me looking at those engraved models, and now I want a pair.
  9. Great Western II "Deluxe Californian" You asked...we listened. Now, the EMF Great Western II "Californian" is available in a deluxe model with your choice of the Ultra Ivory or Checkered Walnut grips. Previously, these grips were only offered on our Custom Series guns. My guess would be the grips.
  10. A new Winchester '73 done by Cowboy Carty. If Deuce Stevens loves it, that should tell you everything you need to know.
  11. The last match of the year is our "Open Range" shoot. We have a Cat called "Free Grazer." If you shot one duelist, one double duelist, one gun fighter, one outlaw, one two handed, and one Josey Wales ( optional), you are a Free Grazer. About 1/3 of the shooters do it each year. This is only a once a year thing.
  12. Ok. The RO manual is on line. What would be wrong with putting the test on line? Not as a way to certify someone, but as a way to show you what you know and, more importantly, what you need you know?
  13. Please educate me. Is the RO test written answers or multiple choice?
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