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Jackalope

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About Jackalope

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  • Birthday 09/11/1958

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    54049
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    The Outlaws

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Ten Mile, TN
  • Interests
    Anita Margarita

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  1. Mine is a Taylor 45-60. It has a long barrel also and as mentioned, it's a big, heavy gun. Rather than search for 45-60 brass, I trimmed Starline 45-70 brass to length. The 45-70 cartridge rim is slightly thicker than the 45-60 so I had some headspace issues. A gunsmith took about .008 inch off the bolt face and the problem was solved. I've tried Goex and Swiss FFg with a 325 gr RCBS cast bullet and had OK results at semi-short range. Mine would also benefit from some trigger work. YMMV. Good Luck, Jackalope
  2. Happy to hear you're on the mend! Hope to see you soon. Jackalope p.s. Say "hi" to your Mom for us, please.
  3. By far, my preference is to avoid any appearance of unfairness, real or imagined, whenever possible. As Creeker mentioned, it's a good idea to include stages that are known to work. Over a period of time, test them out on your range prior to the "big match", but I really don't think it's appropriate for a home club to practice a match in advance. Additionally, I don't think it's appropriate that "workers" have an opportunity to shoot a match prior to the other competitors. If I should manage to outshoot an opponent, I certainly would not want them to think it was because I had a
  4. What Tyrel said. And don't bother fooling with synthetic black powder. Stick with the real deal. Jackalope
  5. Mine does not have such a bushing...but I've had it over 40 years. Regards, Jackalope
  6. I'm real happy you ain't dead. Jackalope
  7. When the pot is cold and empty, clean off the 'valve stem' the best you can and chuck the threaded end in a cordless drill. Put a big dollop of valve grinding compound on the other end, and use the drill to polish the internal part of the spout. Repeat until the mating parts are nice and shiny. Mine doesn't drip anymore. Regards, Jackalope
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