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Palo Verde, SASS # 56522

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About Palo Verde, SASS # 56522

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  • Birthday 01/03/1947

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    56522

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    PVGunworks@Gmail.com
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    Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Interests
    Shooting, fishing, hunting, doing things with my son, daughter and wife

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  1. I don't know what or if Pale Wolf is hauling down, but 12 years ago, one of the SASS boys/workers told me he was paid $50K a year.
  2. Yep! It only looks simple because you do not know what all has to match up.
  3. I have a couple '58s with the .45LC conversion already on'em. $795./ pair, consec serials, 8"? brl. (I think), blue, very nice.
  4. Mr. S. Bull, The fact that you found him sexy at all gives us cause to worry.
  5. The PV Un-jammer tool is specially shaped and sized to be able to get inside the '73 mechanism and do the Un-jamming magic. To do this, it must be very thin and very strong. It is therefore made from high quality spring steel. Redwing makes beautiful screwdrivers of heavy Damascus steel and they work well as screwdrivers but they are not sized or intended to do the '73 Un-jamming. Although the PV Un-jammer can be used to "snug up" a screw it is not intended to be able to really torque a screw down. Two different products for two different purposes.
  6. HJSM ammo is apparently not intended for Cowboy Action Shooting -- according to their folks at the factory. Had a customer come in twice in one week with obvious overpowered loads damage to his '73 (bent toggles). Both out of same box of HSM ammo. I called HSM to discuss the problem and try to figure out if something special had happened to a batch of ammo or if different ammo got mixed in or ....? I was told (by HSM) that: their "ammo is not intended for Cowboy Action shooting" and that "the picture on the box is just something the marketing people came up with" That is what the manufacturer told me. Your mileage may vary.
  7. I've seen a few, new manufacture Uberti 73 rifle kits with the old style lever/pinned cam. Occurrence seems random. Mario, he usa what he finda in da box or ona da floor
  8. Don't really mean to toot my own horn, but there are a number of folks that don't make their own shot shells and might be looking for this Yes, it's mine, but I post it mostly as a public service http://pvgunworks.com/product/shotgun-12-ga-snap-caps/
  9. I'm sure they expect Trump to reverse it. Perhaps it will help fuel the groups that support it if Trump reverses it. It's all about preparing for the 2020 election. They are campaigning already. There has not yet been a Democrat candidate selected for 2020 and the mouthy ones that get their sound bites and name in the news are trying for the spot. It's all about the election.
  10. Winter Range side matches require about 100 volunteers to run. They need so many because they don't over-work anyone. You only work a 2 hour shift and usually have some say in what side match you work. It is just running the timer or keeping score or one of the other things you do at your local matches. Winter Range is the Largest Cowboy Action Shooting match in the world and the greatest because of the volunteers. Volunteers put on the entire match! Including the side matches. Contact Turquoise Bill to be one of the volunteers I guarantee you will be glad you did These guys are all friendly and you don't need to be shy
  11. It was a pleasure to meet you and the Judge down at Legendary Guns last week. Thanks for making an interested new guy feel welcome.

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