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The Aggie Rifleman, SASS#55213

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About The Aggie Rifleman, SASS#55213

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  • Birthday 07/07/1976

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    Las Cruces NM
  • Interests
    SASS, WWII Reenacting

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  1. Nice. I have one to compliment my longer Schofield. It seems to balance in the hand better than the bigger Schofield. Schofields are great guns. I have found that they are great for educating non-SASS shooters who are familiar with more modern pistols. The way the guns are lined up with lower bore axis/cylinders makes for more of a recoil push directly back towards the shooter, very much like a semi auto pistol. There's less rotation in the grip when compared to Vaqs or SAAs. All Schofields are undisputed champions of the loading/unloading table.
  2. Pard's, Years ago I had one of the Taurus Thunderbolts. It was a fun gun but alas it was sold. Now I'm kinda looking again at them. Taurus doesn't sell them but Uberti is making a version. How does the Uberti one shoot? Is it easier to load/unload? Any one run one? Good points/bad points?
  3. HPA = Hearing Protection Act. A continuously proposed piece of legislation to get silencers/supressors removed from the NFA. Basically, silencers would be available for purchase without all the federal taxes. Our current congress will NOT take this up so it's deader in the water than the Lusitania.
  4. As you state, there's a pile of post 1899 calibers that are allowed. Others include 357 Magnum, 44 Special, 44 Magnum, 32 H&R Mag, and the latest bee's knees 45 Cowboy Special. If a revolver is of an older design but chambered in a modern cartridge and can meet all other requirements (power factor). This smaller pistol in 380 may be the ideal pistol for shooters of smaller stature/youth.
  5. If Nagant revolvers in 380 are legal I don't see why this pistol wouldn't be. If it meets the power factor should be gtg. I'd like to see one of these.
  6. Tried to send you a message on the 1875 but don't know if it went through. Write if you can.
  7. If you want a good smooth trigger pull do NOT get a Sharps like I own. The Sharps Cavalry Carbine has a heavy 20+ lb trigger pull! I've been told the originals were like that as well...no need for a hair trigger when you're trying to shoot from horseback.
  8. Yes and no...they're selling "old west" stuff. Not every shooter associates CAS with "old west". There's a large group of the shooting populace that will associate any lever gun (like grandpa's 30-30) with the old west. Old west gets hits...saying CAS will get people confused. Saying SASS will get them sued.
  9. Team, Just got an email from a local outdoors shop that now has a Old West Section. It's populated with rifles, pistols, holsters, ammo, and accessories. Another mercantile selling wares is never bad. https://www.sportsmans.com/cowboy-action-shooting/c/cat140766
  10. MLG may be temporary but she and her cronies/stooges control the most populace regions of the state. Poor Dona Ana County is poorly represented by a crook Quisling of a Sheriff who supports MLG 110%. Dona Ana isn't helped by having our own version of AOC as a US Rep...Xochitl Torres-Small-Useless. MLG has her thought police out trying to crush dissent though: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/democrat-secretary-of-state-denies-petition-for-gun-law-repeal-in-new-mexico
  11. I am not taking trades.

    Sleepy Floyd.

    You can text me at 623 570 8385.

  12. Integrated Air Defense System = IADSs
  13. Flak also was called Archie or Ack Ack. The term Archie is from WWI.
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