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Earl Brasse, SASS #3562

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About Earl Brasse, SASS #3562

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  • SASS #
    3562
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Arizona Cowboy Shooters Association, Rio Salado Cowboy Action Shooters member, Scandinavian Western Shooters - Ambassador & member #403

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  • Location
    Glendale, Arizona
  • Interests
    Cowboy action shooting (and all the fun that goes with it), History, antiques, classic cars,

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  1. I have one with no work done & tried to shoot BP in it 20 or so years ago & it was a "no shuck" gun. I had to claw every hull out. I just use it for Smokeless non-SASS shooting clay birds on occasion & for that it works well.
  2. Deacon, thanks for the positive review, I would like to find an original by may end up going the triple K route. (an auto with only one magazine is sort of hmmm)
  3. F/S Non-SASS LEFT Hand Galco Holsters, these are "new- old - stock". in the package. these were with a "you have to buy them all if you want any" deal & I'm not left handed so.... $45. each/ single (one holster is $45.00) , shipped in the USA A posted "I'll take it" has priority. Quantity available is in front of description. NOTE: just posted picks of a brown & a black holster for representation to show style of what they look like they are all blocked & numbered for what they fit. Might as well mention what is on my wis
  4. Not sure how old the ones you have are, but just the empty boxes can bring good money depending on what they are. I would say shot the primers & then sell the boxes (if you have something you don't mind loading with that flavor of primer). Some folks on auction are getting more for empty boxes than the primers went for before all this covid etc happened.
  5. They should come with a cookie sheet to put under the bottle when opening, you couldn't afford to have one fall to the floor & get lost.
  6. i'll take Lee Carbide Dies 32 Smith & Wesson $30.00
  7. Several times a month, that's really awesome! I hope I get to still be shooting our sport at that age.
  8. I didn't make fiber wads but used to make the top card wads for roll-crimped loads from an old deck of playing cards. They worked very well as they were thin but stiff & were coated.
  9. Well that's not good news. You would like to think that someone would latch onto that & start that type of business.
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