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Ninety Caliber Al, 50218

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About Ninety Caliber Al, 50218

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  • Birthday 11/04/1951

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    50218
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    Oklahoma
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    classic cars, harleys,CAS

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  1. Just an observation; when a retired CAS gunsmith knows more about the product than ANY of the companies that manufactured it, some serious questions are raised. I had the pleasure of meeting Widder and was fortunate that he had a moment to look at a rifle that I had just purchased. It took him all of FIVE minutes to explain the operation of this Marlin (JM) , why the “Marlin” Jam occurs AND the fix. I m guessing the original Marlin company manufactured the 1894 in that configuration virtually unchanged SINCE 1894. Serves to reinforce my opinion held since 2003 when I first joined SASS. T
  2. What diameter bullets do you use ? Might be interested if the whole 44-40 thing isn’t too complicated for me lol. I’ve got an 1894 Marlin I’d trade plus some boot.

  3. I don't know if a small amount will help you out, but I have 155+/- of small primer ACP brass, the postage might cost more than the brass is worth.  Let me know

    Blaze

    1. Ninety Caliber Al, 50218

      Ninety Caliber Al, 50218

      Thx Blaze, I managed to find 500 to try!

  4. Imis,

    Would you mind sharing exactly where you got those shooting glasses you described?

     

    Regards,

     

    Al

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    2. Imis Twohofon,SASS # 46646

      Imis Twohofon,SASS # 46646

      Jersey Bratt seems to think we got the yellow safetys in the optometry dept from Walmart, Im not sure, which one now. I dont remember variable strengths available. Sorry this becomes more confusing instead of being able to tell you for sure.

       

      Imis (if it is any consolation I used mine today and they did not let me down, the other way- not so much)

    3. Imis Twohofon,SASS # 46646

      Imis Twohofon,SASS # 46646

      Al  We were at Walmart yesterday late afternoon. That Is where my glasses came from. They are SafetyVu brand and in the optometry section by the cash register. Your store may vary.

       

      Imis

    4. Ninety Caliber Al, 50218
  5.  

    200 pieces still available.

     

    1. Ninety Caliber Al, 50218

      Ninety Caliber Al, 50218

      I’ll take them if you still have ‘em.

      where do I send the gold?

  6. How much for a pair of 32s in 38spl

    1. Ninety Caliber Al, 50218

      Ninety Caliber Al, 50218

      Not sure I understand the question. Are you asking what I would pay?

  7. Al I'll take the mule ears if still available. PM me with info for the gold please. 

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    2. Jax T

      Jax T

       Sorry, I forget about that. Tony Clemishire. Let me know the total. 

    3. Ninety Caliber Al, 50218

      Ninety Caliber Al, 50218

      If you’ve got a cell I can text you . Can’t get to the post office till around noon.

    4. Jax T

      Jax T

      806-206-8872. Text is fine

  8. send funds to 

     

    R.L.Luehr

     

    12141 7th

     

    Houston,Tx 77072

     

    send me your shipping inform

     

    thanks

    1. Ninety Caliber Al, 50218

      Ninety Caliber Al, 50218

      Al Madera 8507 E 106th St, Tulsa, Ok. 74133.

      check ok?

    2. Cobra Kid

      Cobra Kid

      yes thats fine

       

  9. I've been watching this discussion as I have others on this subject. Until now I haven't felt the need to contribute but I guess I will now. I started shooting(and joined) in 2003. In 2007 , I had to stop due to health and career conflicts. I let my membership lapse at that time. When I was able to I "re-join" , so to speak, in 2013 I called and found I could re-acquire my sass number and alias so I did. Although I'm hard pressed to quote tangible benefits to my membership, the intangible ones are the ones that matter to me! The people I've had the pleasure to compete and be associated with
  10. Over the last 14 years have bought/ traded guns, leather and all manner of gear. Not one problem....EVER!
  11. When I started back in '03 lots of folks wore 'em. Don't see 'em much at all any more....
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