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Garrison Joe, SASS #60708

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About Garrison Joe, SASS #60708

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    Buffalo Range Riders, High Desert Drifters, Rio Grande Renegades

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    Albuquerque NM
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    shooting, hiking, hunting, fishing, building, gun smithing, wood working. SASS Regulator. NSCA super veteran.

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  1. Well, it sure has come to fruition, huh? I guess at some time in the future, Remington may discontinue STS loads. But lots of things will change long before that does. There, that's my prediction. Good luck, GJ
  2. Yes. Leave a little bit of lead above case mouth, and you are good. (Keep them well away from any magazine-fed rifles, as you know.) Good luck, GJ
  3. Maybe that is a Wal-mart problem - and perhaps just your local Wal-mart at that. It's available at a ton of the on-line retailers, including Midway. There's a BIG difference between "it's no longer available" and "we are not allowed to order that item". Good luck, GJ
  4. Look at the EDGE of the fired primer. High pressures wipe out the "groove" between the case and the primer surface. Good luck, GJ
  5. Sounds like more of the "Remington is Going Out of Business" rumors that have floated around for 10 or more years. Care to specify the publication that printed that news? Exactly the same "NEWS" was floated in late 2105, early 2016. It proved to be COMPLETELY wrong then. I've seen - as recently as last spring - news articles that specifically pointed out that the STS line was NOT being changed at all. In fact, the news I've seen from Remington insiders recently say they liked the experiment they ran last year with Field and Clays shells so much, they are thinking of keeping ALL three of these target type 12 and 20 gauge loads (STS, GC, and F&C) in their catalog. Good luck, GJ
  6. That's a major oxymoron. Outlaws don't normally follow rules.
  7. I just looked at it today. I again just looked at it now. You are doing something wrong. Good luck, GJ
  8. There are SASS wide rules that say #4 is the largest you can use at any affiliated match. There are rules at several ranges that say 7 1/2 is the largest shot you can use on their ranges. One of those is Founder's Ranch, where EOT is held. A wise shooter sticks with something 7 1/2 size or smaller. Practically speaking, when all your pattern is on the surface of the shotgun target (like most matches make happen with close shotgun targets), it makes NO difference what size shot you fire. It's all going to be on target if you don't aim badly. Good luck, GJ
  9. I needed to bring my 1911 groups up and right. I quit my flinching AND firmed up my grip. That did it.
  10. Was the bore and chamber clean, or did it still have manufacturing/shipping (rust preventative) lube in it? Good luck, GJ
  11. .348 Winchester will have some recoil. Here's a quote for you - "The .348 was one of the most powerful rimmed rounds ever used in a lever action rifle" But, sounds to me like a bad batch of Winchester ammo. I would not have fired the second one of those! Good luck, GJ
  12. Longhunter Supply will be glad to color case harden it (true charcoal/bone ash color hard-case) for you. Good luck, GJ
  13. 20" barrel, or something else? Oh, "Only test fired 20 in barrel" doesn't mean what your wrote! Its was only test fired, and it has a 20" barrel!
  14. Sure does. Exactly the shell plate/pins I use. The C45S is just a cut off .45 Colt case. Good luck, GJ
  15. Not very fast, and probably hard to find holsters to carry them. But lots of style points, "Bat"!
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