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Goody, SASS #26190

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About Goody, SASS #26190

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  • Birthday 11/20/1956

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    CAS, Riding motorcycles, WBAS

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  1. When I researched for mine I found references to any modern straight stock working, so maybe a 336 as well. But I didn't have one of those so cannot confirm.
  2. I have a mountie that the stock was homemade, and very poorly. I found that with minimal work the butt stock off of a Marlin 1894 fit it. No suggestion on the fore end, but you might try it?
  3. This is the same gun that they sell for the 450 marlin cartridge, and Buffalo Bore says their ammo is fine in the Marlin. Somebody did something wrong. https://www.ableammo.com/catalog/buffalo-bore-rifle-ammunition-8e20-magnum-jacketed-hollow-point-jhp-300-2350-fps-rdbx-p-121300.html https://www.chuckhawks.com/450Marlin.htm
  4. It's been a while since I shot Rossi's, but I do remember something about smoother operation. The lifter does not rise until the very end of the stroke. So if I didn't run the lever forward briskly I would have feeding issues. Might be something to consider.
  5. Yes, as I posted above. http://www.kabc.com/listenlive/
  6. People all over the country can tune in online. http://www.kabc.com/listenlive/
  7. Can you swap barrels to change calibers?
  8. From the NRA-ILA site. Pay attention to the last one on the list. And as Phantom said, it's junk. Not because of the serial number, but because it was refinished with a heavy hand removing ALL the markings. Even if it retained the serial number the value would be less than half the asking price, IMNSHO. "In addition to federal gun laws imposed by the National Firearms Act (1934), the Gun Control Act (1968), the Firearms Owners' Protection Act (1986) among others, most states and many localities have their own firearm restrictions in place. There are currently more than 20,000 firearms laws in the U.S., clearly more than enough to punish criminals who misuse firearms, but the laws have to be enforced. The following highlights existing criminal penalties for violation of federal firearms laws: View Related Articles It is crime punishable with 10-years imprisonment for anyone to alter a semi-automatic firearm to make it fire fully automatically. It is a crime punishable with 10-years imprisonment for anyone to possess such an altered semi-automatic firearm. It is a crime punishable with 10-years imprisonment for anyone to trade or sell such an altered semi-automatic firearm. It is a crime punishable with 10-years imprisonment for a convicted felon to possess a any firearm. The use of a firearm in a violent or drug-trafficking crime is punishable by a five-year mandatory prison sentence. A second conviction brings a 20-year mandatory sentence or life imprisonment without parole if the firearm is a machine gun or is equipped with a silencer. It is a crime punishable by a mandatory 15-year imprisonment for a criminal with three prior violent or drug-related felonies to possess any firearm. It is a crime punishable with 10-years imprisonment to transfer a firearm knowing that it will be used to commit a violent or drug-trafficking crime. It is a crime punishable with 10-years imprisonment to transport or receive firearms or ammunition in interstate commerce with intent to commit a felony. It is a crime punishable with 10-years imprisonment to shorten the barrel(s) of a shotgun to less than 18" or a rifle to less than 16". It is a crime punishable with 10-years imprisonment to travel from one state to another and acquire, or attempt to acquire, a firearm with the intent to use it in a violent felony. It is a crime punishable with 10-years imprisonment to alter the serial number of a firearm regulated by the National Firearms Act. It is a crime punishable with 5-years imprisonment to possess a firearm with an altered serial number (or with 10-years imprisonment if the firearm is regulated by the National Firearms Act)."
  9. It is certainly an appearance upgrade from the H&R's.
  10. What?????? No theory and conjecture? No preconceived notions? I thought this was the SASS wire!
  11. 2nd Gen Colts were Uberti parts, assembled in New England and sold by Colt. They are not brass frame.
  12. Yep, the drug dealer - gun runner from Bogata (Bogoder)
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