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About a d

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  • Birthday 09/15/1956

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    16339L Regulator
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    Texican Rangers, South Texas Pistoleros, Green Mountain Regulators

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    San Antonio Texas

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  1. Totes.... i have a great uberti 45-70 with lee shaver sights. also lave the ultimate 45-70 gammer loads for 250 yds or less! I had the creseant butt plate cut off the stock.. i plan to shoot with you all Saturday, do you want to see this. i would also get ahold of Kettleman from Austin, he started with the 38-55 and has changed. AD
  2. Marshal i use 4.4 gr of WST. they are 170+ power factor! the 4.0 gr should be a great load and power factor around 160 or less! I selected WST because of all of the comments on Brian Enos website. They recommend WST because it smokes less with lead bullets! If IDPA and ISPIC shooters use it, based on the qty of rounds that they shoot- it's good for me! i am also shooting WST in my 38 special rounds! YMMV! AD
  3. Folks, This is 100% true. AD
  4. a d

    TO question

    absolutely! btw, if im timing, im wearing a mask so that someone doesn't have to ask! AD
  5. Howdy all, My 125 tc are 1.52”, per advice from the gunsmith that’s did the action job on my rifle. As explained to me, the closer you get to the SAMMI oal of the 44-40 cartridge the better the rifle works! ymmv AD
  6. Blue Ridge Ranger is a good person to deal with..... AD
  7. wish i was there! Congratulations to THSS for a good event under difficult circumstances! AD Texican Rangers Comancheria Days 2020
  8. i can't imagine anyone doing that to the revolver shields and firing pin holes...... Colt and Pietta have removable firing pin bushings, however i dont thing it would have helped the 'gunsmith'. AD
  9. Yesterday, May 23rd, the Green Mountain Regulators held a match! It was very well ru by club officers Lewie Ledslinger and Whiskey Kid. The Safety measures that were in effect for the match was spot on. Effective and not overboard. They also had hand sanitizers available for all of the shooters at all of the stages, and 3 separate hand washing stations. i would like to thank the club, officers, and all of the shooters for a great day! AD
  10. Stirrup Trouble

     

    how bout hosting the Nebraska Championship labor day weekend here in comfort,  

    we will be hosting the SASS texas state championship and could handle up to 40 shooters.

    I'm serious!  

     

    AD

    President

    Texican Rangers

    SASS Texas State Championship - 

         the 25 Anniversary of Comancheria Days

     

     

    1. StirrupTrouble

      StirrupTrouble

      I will propose it to my club

  11. ozark

     

    i have a storer double bbl that was shot by one of SASS's world champions.

     

    here is the issues, when you close the bbls the gun does not lock into battery.

    in fact the shooter shot it while holding the action closed!  YIKES

     

    it is missing the lever, i think

    it is also rising the rear stock.

     

    if you want to see pictures wend me you email.

     

    you can have it "as Is' for the price of postage.

     

    AD

     

     

    1. Ozark Okie

      Ozark Okie

      AD, that does sound interesting. I would like to see a couple of pictures if its not too much trouble. Sure sounds like it can be a good learning project. Email is - gdrhodes70@gmail.com   

      Thanks again.

      OO

  12. Great Link - Hope this stays pinned to the Wire AD
  13. Howdy all.... later today im off to the automotive supply store for some supplies.... i think i remember that either brake,or carb cleaner contains varnish, and varnish is bad for cleaning firearms. Which one for cleaning firearms. please help. Regards, AD
  14. C

    You there.

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