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LawMan Mark, SASS #57095L

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  1. Typically, the core separates from the jacket and fragments upon impact. Results in a shallow wound.
  2. I've had a half dozen GSD or mixes over the years. All of them had floppy ears until about 5 or 6 months old. My current mutt, a Schnauzer mix, has one ear that stands up and one that flops. The wife says that one ear has a mind of it's own.
  3. I've always stocked up on powder. I may not be able to load the exact formula I want, but I doubt I run out of powder in my lifetime.
  4. Carded at Texas Roadhouse over buying a beer with my steak.
  5. I have a couple of small bottles of Trail Boss hoarded back. I'm saving them for subsonic loads in 223 and 308. Otherwise, I would just as soon use Red Dot or Unique as Trail Boss. I'll do without before paying those kind of prices.
  6. I adore 44 special guns. I just haven't been able to connect on a pair of Single Actions yet. Set this one to watch on my gunbroker account, and I'm counting my pennies. Rex, this is the original Ruger Vaquero size, correct?
  7. They still make factory 45-70? I can't remember the last time I fired a round that I hadn't loaded myself.
  8. price reduction on brass. Now $100.00 for 300 rounds, shipped.
  9. My father's best friend in High School worked in Sam Walton's first store as a department manager. His wife didn't like the one hour drive back to OK to visit her family, so he quit and bought a sporting goods store in OK. All the people who stayed with Sam Walton from that first store went on to be top echelon managers in Wal-Mart.
  10. All Sold Pending Funds I have traded into some excess brass and bullets. 1. 300 rounds of 44 magnum brass. It's a mixture of Remington, Super Vel, and Norma. The Norma brass is unfired, and was in factory boxes. The boxes didn't come through storage very well, so I discarded them, and tumbled the brass in crushed walnut hull. All 300 rounds shipped via USPS priority mail for $125.00. Now shipped for $100.00 2. Partial box 40 240 grain Hollow points. $10.00 3. Full box of 100 Hornady 265 grain Flat Point bullets. $25.00 4. Box of 99 Speer 240 grain Jacketed Soft Point. $20.00 5. Full box Speer 180 grain hollow points. $25.00 I can ship all of these bullets for $10 by USPS priority mail. If someone only wants part of them, I'll quote individual shipping rates.
  11. I had two Chiefs of Police who never carried while traveling with me, since I carry at least two guns while traveling.
  12. I carry spare mags for whatever I've got on my hip in a black canvas tool bag (man purse). There's a leatherman tool, spare batteries, a 5 way screwdriver, nail clippers, bandages, and an assortment of other items in it as well. Goes with me if I'm going to be more than a few hours away from home. Also, a AFAK, with multiple tourniquets.
  13. Frontline for both cats and dogs. Appropriate formulas for each.
  14. Police are searching for a thief who robs his victims by threatening them with a lighted match. We want to catch him before he strikes again.
  15. That idea is just a little worse than drying brass or powder coating bullets in the oven on the wife's cookie sheets. Either one would get me killed.
  16. When your wife starts a sentence with “when you get a chance” just go ahead and start puttin your shoes on. She means now. *Follow me for more marriage tips
  17. I have two cars, a truck, a 4 wheeler and a Harley that are all paid for. I don't intend to change that any time soon. While I would love to have a new 3/4 ton truck (read that as 2017 or newer) with a diesel engine, it ain't going to happen. The new ones are few and far between, and over 75,000. One comparable to my 2002 1 ton Dually is over 100,000. And in this area, virtually all the used trucks have well over 200,000 miles on them. Adds regularly show trucks with 225,000 to 300,000 miles on trucks less than 10 years old, with asking prices of 30,000 to 45,000. What, they live in those things? My '02 has 75,000 on the odometer.
  18. Many years ago, a friend got a large settlement from a workplace injury. He went on a buying spree. Bought about 45 handguns in less than a month. ATF contacted him and asked nicely if he would mind showing he had actually purchased all of them for himself. He agreed to meet at a neutral location (our town hall) and proved that he still had all but one, and had a receipt where it had been traded for another gun at a FFL dealer.
  19. From the ATF website: Sales of Rifles In 2011, ATF was authorized to enforce multiple firearms sales for certain types of rifles from FFLs in Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas. FFLs in these states must report the following types of rifles: Semiautomatic rifles Rifles with a caliber greater than .22 (including .223 or 5.56 mm) Rifles with the ability to accept detachable magazines Reporting Process for Rifles Fill out two copies of the ATF Form 3310.12, Report of Multiple Sale or Other Disposition of Certain Rifles. Send the first copy to ATF’s National Tracing Center by fax at 1-877-283-0288, email MultipleLonggunSalesForms@atf.gov(link sends e-mail), or mail to: U.S. Department of Justice NTC P.O. Box 0279 Kearneysville, WV 25430-0279 ATF recommends that the licensee retains the second copy and attaches it to the back of the Firearms Transaction Record ATF Form 4473 that covers the transfer of the firearms.
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