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Crusty

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About Crusty

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    Junior Member
  • Birthday 10/07/1947

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    74,122
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    President, Sun River Rangers, Montana

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  • Gender
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  • Location
    Near Fairfield, Montana

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  1. Wow! If I'd known you had one of those I'd driven down to Billings! Probably would have hit the Olive Garden too!
  2. Lumpy, when I started this game I was loading .44 Magnum and Max Load was 6.4 grains of Clays. 4.4 hrs. grouped best. Switched to .44 Spl Open Tops and the 4.4 Load grouped the best out of them too.
  3. Lumpy, As a matter of fact I started with Unique. I was looking for a powder I could use for both shotgun and pistol and Clays fit the bill. Then came WB and I use 231 in my .45 ACPs and now my .38s and .44s. Still use Clays in the shotshells and as backup for the pistol calibers. Got 8 pounds of each and hopefully have enough primers to make it through the summer.
  4. I've used Clays in my .44 Specials for years--even in below zero with no problems. 200 gr. RNFP, 4.4 grs Clays.
  5. I also wish I'd done the Life Membership 20 years ago. Just did the math and I'd break even at the age of 93! If I lasted that long I'd need a motorized gun cart I could ride between stages. I'm sure a Sundial would be available to time stages.
  6. I remember that! It was quite a show.
  7. Howdy Crusty:

    I enjoyed shooting with you and your Bunch .

    Hope to get back your way in 18 .

    Thanks for your Kindness with the Camping and all ...

     

    Jabez Cowboy

    1. Crusty

      Crusty

      Jabez,

      Man I’m sorry.  I just saw this post or I would have responded earlier.

       

      Yes, I had a great time too.  I always enjoy shooting with you and your compatriots.  You’re welcome any time, and I’ll make sure the gate is open for ya!

  8. Rooster,

    Do you still have that Rolling Block?

     

    Also, what part of Michigan are you in?  I'm originally from Davison, about 10 miles east of Flint. Lived in Marquette while stationed at K. I. Sawyer AFB.

  9. One of the finest human beings I have ever known. Our thoughts are with Montana Prairie Dog and his family.
  10. Quoted from Lumpy's post--don't know how to fix it. Yup- Make sure you keep the 2 carrier pivot screws 'TITE' OLG +1--also I'd suggest keeping a couple EWO spares on hand. Don't ask how I know this.
  11. Crusty is a Pard you can ride the river with.

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