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Ninety Caliber Al, 50218

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  1. SorryPat, they need yo stay together (like a sibling adoption) lol.
  2. These pistols were disassembled and completely hand fitted by Boomstick Jay. Elk grips by Patrick Grashorn . .38 special one 4 3/4” one 5 1/2”. Super smooth and great for Duelist or Gunfighter. $1600.00 for the pair plus actual shipping ffl to ffl.Please pm interesting trade offers or interest. Interested in Schofields in 45 or anything different.
  3. Sure was a pleasure meeting the “internationally known” Phantom
  4. 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.

  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. Over the last 14 years have bought/ traded guns, leather and all manner of gear. Not one problem....EVER!
  8. When I started back in '03 lots of folks wore 'em. Don't see 'em much at all any more....
  9. No fooling! That is gorgeous. We should collaborate on the next one. I could show you how to motorize it.
  10. Would love one in 45-60.....kinda pricey and hard to come by though.....
  11. According to what I read these new pedersoli's are supposed to be superior to the "Japchester". That's what I'm investigating.....are they ,in fact, that well made???
  12. Big bore lever side matches usually 200-300 yes. Used to shoot an 1895 Marlin Cowboy. Looking for something a bit heavier(45-70 of course!)
  13. Just recovered from eye surgery and can see again. Time to start back shooting Cowboy long range. Saw a YouTube video on this rifle and was wondering if anyone has one and how they like it. It's supposed to be a truer copy than the Miroku rifles and higher quality to boot???
  14. I have a pair of "Gunfighters" with the factory short stroke.... Pretty nice, still needed some work out if the box though.
  15. Am looking for a better way to carry my guns when shooting off my golf cart. EOT and other large ranges where I need mobility help. Have seen some really cool cabinets pards have built on to their golf carts. Since I'm looking for ideas would love to see some pics. Pm for email if you can't post picks. Any ideas would be a big help
  16. Not looking for Bisley's but thanks

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