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Jabez Cowboy,SASS # 50129

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  1. Don't Keep the dirty old .38 WCF,,,,,, send it to me .... They are a nightmare to use, they take all the work out of cleaning ,,, are less easily crushed than .44-40 .... They have less variations in bore measurements ( .400 - .403 ) versus ( .424 - .429 ) They seem to shoot alright even from pitted bores ,,,,, Not Good .. They shoot slightly flatter and drift less in the wind out at 300 yards , and recoil less can't have that ... They are just not what you want ,,,,,,,,,,, But I love the caliber and will give it a good home.... Jabez Cowboy
  2. My old Felt hat has been getting wet both from Snow, Sleet and Rain and used to water my horse for about 40 years it is sun and weather faded but it don't seem to care .... I use a slicker fer me and a Black bag for the Cart ,,,,,, as for my guns they seem to live in Balistol ...... I shoot FCD , the guns need a wipe on the stock just before Staging them as they get rather slick when wet .... The guns need cleaning at end of shooting anyway ..... Hat condoms make me snicker ..... Jabez Cowboy
  3. SS ; Good ta hear you is still on the Green side of da grass ,,,,, You Stubborn ole Goat ... Some here on the Wire enjoyed pulling your Chain .......... Check in on us once in a while ... Jabez Cowboy
  4. Still using mine with-out an issue , they are Stoutly build guns , that go Bang every time you pull the trigger.... I have used mine for Cowboy full length for about 15 years with 4.3 CC of Goex 3F under 4.3 CC of shot ..... Or using Winchester " Heavy Target " target loads or the like if using smokeless .... Yes the hammer springs are heavy, but the trigger pulls are just fine and it isn't primer fussy .... Overall a very fine but Not fancy working Gun ..... I consider it a better gun than any of the Chinese made guns .... Mine out lasted it's first two owners and will out last me as well .... Jabez Cowboy
  5. 12 Ga 4.3 CC ( 66 grains by weight ) of Goex 3F, Claybuster wad, 1 1/8 Shot .... In 16 GA 3.4 CC ( 52 grains by Weight ) of Goex 3F, Claybuster wad 1 oz Shot Jabez Cowboy
  6. Ever tried Bow-Fishing For Carp ??? Sounds like a right Fine rig for this ... Jabez Cowboy
  7. What in Tarnation are We doing on page 3 ??? Now I is Really Grumpy !!! Jabez Cowboy
  8. Up in Calgary they have a New take-out service ,,, called Meal on a Lead .... Yoto's grab and kill little dogs being walked in parks and if you don't drop the lead they threaten you with attack .... This service is now available in 4 parks in the City .... Jabez Cowboy
  9. I really like the much needed , heated end gate on the Ford 150 ,,, helps keep your hands warm when pushing .... Fuel Range on a F-150 ,,, the distance between repair shops .... Two "C" class Motor Coaches same trip both 22E models alternating lead the Ford burned $325 in fuel the Chevy $150..... Not much else needs to be said ... Jabez Cowboy
  10. Good News ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, who Wants a FORD anyway Jabez Cowboy
  11. I use Goex 3f in full case loads in .44 Spl. , 38-40 , 45 Colt .... And 3.4 CC ( 52.5 Grains ) under 1 oz. of Shot in 16 Ga .... And 4.3 CC ( 66 Grains ) under 1 1/8 oz of Shot in 12 Ga .... And boy do those loads dump the Knock-downs right Smartly .... Jabez Cowboy
  12. Howdy : I will be flying into Dulles Airport from Western Canada for a Wedding in Mid. Dec. renting a car for a week and Driving to Greencastle Pa... Jabez Cowboy
  13. Buy a Rifle in .40-65 ,,,, Run your .45-70 brass into your .40-65 resize die lift handle pull your newly formed .40-65 case out Champher the inside of the case neck ,Prime and drop-in powder and seat bullet .... .45-70 brass is just Cheaper brass for the .40-65 with the wrong head stamp,,,,, Or you can buy .40-65 Star-Line Brass .... As to rifles buy a Sharps that turns your Crank or fits your budget if you got to have a Sharps ..... OR,,,,, Buy a Highwall in .40-65 .... Faster Lock time and less movement than the huge and heavy side hammer slamming down .... I have used my .40-65 out passed 1,300 yards to good effect .... Jabez Cowboy
  14. Git Offten Da Lawn !!! And grab a coffee and cinnamon Bun ..... Jabez Cowboy
  15. Da Smokie one, with my Open-Top in .44 Special a bucking ? I named my Open-tops "Buck" and "Boom" ,,, Navy Grips , .44 Russian/.44 Colt/.44 Special , 7 1/2 inch barrels.... Names engraved on Back Straps.... I call my .45 Colt Cattlemen ,,," Fire" and "Brimstone" ... Coffee and Cookies fer da Grumps ... Jabez Cowboy
  16. I just got back from the SASS Canadian Nationals, only missed one since we started to have them ..... I would venture that less than 40% of Cowboy Shooters up here are SASS members... This is mostly due to them not shooting at SASS regulated matches and the Cost to belong .... You can Shoot the Alberta and B.C. ( think State shoots ) championship matches with-out belonging to SASS.... The cost of SASS affiliation for clubs is more than many clubs want to bear .... We had Cowboy Shooting before SASS ever came to Canada and many see little to NO benefit to joining SASS ... Most shooters have plenty of matches to shoot with-out doing SASS events ... Jabez Cowboy
  17. Good Night ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ya Grumps .... Jabez Cowboy
  18. Back from da Island,,,,,, Bottom of page 4 .. Real GRUMPY now !!!! Jabez Cowboy
  19. 24 inches is a nice length if you do cut it ................... Jabez Cowboy
  20. Does yer recurve need Spring Tuneing or Fall Tuneing ???? Or a New String and Shafts.... Jabez Cowboy
  21. A Marlin 94 is lighter than a M-92 of the Same Type ..... Jabez Cowboy
  22. First Place FCD ..... Coffee is on Me ..... Unpack and Repack for the Island Run ,,,, 7 days shooting in two weeks including the Canadian SASS Nationals ..... Need lot's of ammo taking 200 rounds for each of my Long Range Rifles ,,,, Bout 500 each ( .44 Spl. .38 WCF ) fer main matches .... 200 Shotshells ... Some .45 Colt ,,, fer fun ..... Jabez Cowboy
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