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I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

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About I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

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    8321
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    Firelands Peacemakers, Tusco Long Riders, Ohio Valley Vigilantes, Sandusky County Regulators, Brown Township Regulators

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    Buckeye State
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  1. Been there, done that. Now go have some FUN!!!!!
  2. That's your option. I don't have leather wrap on my trigger guard and never had problem with smacking my finger. IMO, leather wrap on the trigger guard MAY cause the rear trigger to get stuck or not able to travel far back enough and not release the trigger sear. I guess if wrapped properly with enough clearance between the guard and trigger may not cause any problem but why risk it. Properly gripping the SG and with light loads will do. Just my .02 cents.
  3. To sum it up: Use lighter loads. Grip the SG slightly further back with the trigger finger within reach of the front trigger. Tuck that SG butt against your shoulder. That's about sums it up. Now go shoot and practice.
  4. Thanks Rye. I wish for him a speedy recovery.
  5. Last time I heard from him was a few years ago at Tusco, he was selling some of his guns.
  6. CONGRATS. Way to go Doc. See you out on the trail or maybe in the fields.
  7. I've said it before, they've been under quarantine. YIKES!!!!!
  8. A magnet will pick up that steel ball from the lead balls.
  9. Thanks Sarge, got it yesterday. already got them on all my SS mags. assemblies. Works great and looks good. No more worry on rusted plugs when shooting BP.
  10. That's ONE tough competition. MAN, what a MATCH. Congrats.
  11. It's under quarantine, didn't you know
  12. You can go on Marauder's Cowboy Page for some info. However if you want to do this yourself, WARNING: DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISK. You have to know what you are doing and have a very good understanding of how the SG works. If in doubt, have an experienced cowboy gunsmith do it for you as mentioned above. Good luck.
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