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Cusz M. Dutch SASS Life 55326

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  1. Use Mag Cap when the rain started during hunting season. Stopped the misfires.
  2. There was some loaded rounds offered. Pricey but did not mark the site after not drawing.
  3. You are not looking at this correctly. Instead of buying a new gun, buy two new SG. That way you can save money three times faster...
  4. on pistols, if you fill the hole up with BP lube like a cap and ball, usually no problem. Not needed on every bullet if the first one down the tube has the C&B treatment.
  5. All males front and center. Females about face. Actually happened at a state meet in Rifle Colo when we shot through a shed and started some bales of straw stored in the building.
  6. Did not draw my buffalo tag, but looks like it might take a year + to get every thing put together.
  7. Maybe so, but the timing could not be better for a trip to the Supreme Court with the 6-3 mix. Also the court could pick it up on it own accord. The 9th is the most overturned court in US.
  8. Any out there with a lever action that you are willing part with?
  9. 300 grain hard cast lead and a stout load of H110 will amaze any and all scoffers when they see the results of the 45 LC on game, even at longer distances. I know, I have seen the light...
  10. 50 Sharps 3-1/4 Bell Brass 20 Total New Brass - Reloading Supplies at GunBroker.com : 899964685
  11. load the first round like a C&B. Blasting all that lube into the nooks and crannies before the BP gunk gets a chance to work into the various spots.
  12. If you are getting long on tooth, recoil can and will take it's toll. While the 45/70 and larger can and have done the job for 100+ years, do look at the 38/55. It will take them FA hogs and at one time it was a target round. Given the fact that 3-400 yards is now usually called long range, this round will exceed your needs for the long haul.
  13. you can also fill that case up with lead to reduce the amount of BP. Going on memory and Schofield case, I think you only need about 25 or so grains of BP if you seat your bullet deep down into the case. Rules state that you can not seat the bullet flush with case so leave it just a little bit proud. You might also want to seat the bullet in back words and crimp in the bottom grease grove. 40 grains and 250 bullet is not a wimpy load...
  14. Will have to ask you if it isn't broke.... If the accuracy is still there and you can barely see it, why not shoot it and forget it? Does not seem to be a safety issue at this point in time.
  15. Still have the scars from another persons FU in lab. As others have stated, far safer to buy it and maybe cheaper in the long run.
  16. have him check about left over tags. You missed the deadline for the main draw.
  17. Could not get a sxs to work, but then I do have trouble walking and chewing gum. Love my C Cap 87 and original Winchester. Do use the 10g with BP when I need to clear the skeeters from the bay. Sort of neat once you get the thing figured out but it does make some interesting wrecks along the way. Needed one to shoot CC and sort of cool while shooting a long string, you can look down the barrel and it glows from the BP fouling left behind. Brass shells - instead of straight walls, start the into the crimp stage a little bit at a time and start to roll the crimp in a little b
  18. I also experience almost the same, but had the SG barrel sticking out of the box.
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