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Cowtown Scout, SASS #53540 L

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About Cowtown Scout, SASS #53540 L

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  • Birthday 04/13/1955

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  • SASS Number or "Guest"
    53540 L
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Lone Star Frontier Shooting Club, Comanche Valley Vigilantes

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  • Location
    Fort Worth, Texas
  • Interests
    Shooting, Orienteering, Architecture, Boy Scouts

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  1. Civil War 1860-1865 - have 10 long arms Indian Wars 1866-1897 - have 21 long arms including: Winchester Hotchkiss 1879 Navy type 1 made 1879 Winchester Hotchkiss 1879 Navy type 2 made 1881 Remington Lee 1879 1st Navy made 1881 Remington Lee 1879 2nd Navy made 1882 Remington Keene 1880 Navy made 1880 SAW 1898-1900 - have 2 long arms and 2 handguns
  2. Yes just me. Not goin to wear any guns, want to be comfortable setting and eating. Think it would be cool for us to dress cowboy but I don't want to be the only one. That's why I asked.
  3. HD I'd like to join your group for dinner there on the 2nd if you don't mind. Would everyone be dressing Classic for eatin that night? Scout
  4. Just for comparison the SW Regional Land Run has 400 shooters, 3 classic cowgirls, 10 classic cowboys, 5 classic cowboys senior, and 7 classic cowboys silver senior
  5. All right, that's over 25 % of the attendies as classics! Your listing on the front page only shows 20, who are the other five? (Inquiring minds )
  6. I agree with GJ. However I am curious why you would want to go to the trouble of creating paper cartridges in the first place? Scout
  7. You can also look at a 73 carbine instead of a 73 rifle and it will be lighter in weight due to the barrel.
  8. I've actually seen that offered at some larger matches.
  9. Ok guys dont high jack a good thread with your banter back and forth. Give it a rest Please.
  10. Welcome and as other have stated don't buy anything till you have been to some matches. Go observe, ask questions, try some different type arms and see what feels good to you. Most likely someone will ask you to shoot and be willing to loan you firearms and ammo to try this out. Don't be shy, accept their offer if given and then you will be hooked forever. Regarding the Henry Big Boy there is nothing historical about them, they are not even close to the original Henry Rifles that do have history. Scout
  11. Born, raised and live in Fort Worth Texas which is known as Cowtown (where the West begins) Been registered with the Boy Scouts since 8 years old and still registered at age 64 prefer to be called Scout since there are lots of Cowtowns
  12. Bisley grips don't work for me shooting duelist, my hands are too small.
  13. Got my confirmation email today and made my lodging reservations yesterday! Oh and today I requested the time off work (just a formality). This is gonna to be Fun!
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