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Charlie Plasters, SASS#60943

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About Charlie Plasters, SASS#60943

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  • Birthday 12/04/1947

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    Cornville,AZ
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    shooting sports, motorcycling

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  1. Yes, call Steve. Former Iowa boy so you know he will treat you right.
  2. That's a lot different than the miles I used to walk through midwest cornfields hunting pheasant!
  3. I was watching a re-run of an Elementary episode the other night and the actress playing the Captains ladyfriend looked real familiar - finally dawned on me last night that it was Virginia Madsen from Crossfire Creek.
  4. If you'll be shooting them in a lever gun make sure you have a very firm crimp. I have learned the hard way that a stiff magazine spring will push a bullet far enough back into the case to jam up the works!
  5. +1 If I went to a Captains inspection with my cover rolled like that my division Chief would have kicked my ass from here to Sunday!
  6. We bought a sound bar for the reason you mentioned. Bought a Samsung since most their stuff is highly rated. We have 3 tvs , 2 Sony (one an older model) and one Sharp. Could not get the sound bar to work on any of them. Couldn't even find the program area we were supposed to use. Maybe if I hired a hot shot teenager they could make it work. Might sell it to you for the right price.
  7. I should also mention that i initially tried sighting down the bore but looking down a quarter of an inch hole with old eyes isn't feasible - I have done it with 45 calibers .
  8. Replaced the batteries which required trips to half a dozen retailers to find the ones needed and now it works. Having spent $50 on the unit and now $13 on batteries it isn't the bargain I had hoped for.
  9. got a few rifles with new scopes or ladder sights that will need to be sighted in so yesterday when I was in Flagstaff I went to Sportsman warehouse and picked up a laser bore sighter - the kind you stick in the end of the barrel. Got home and stuck it in the first rifle and the light came on and faded away to nothing. Great! Now do I try replacing the batteries cause it'd cost me as much as I paid for the unit to drive back to Flagstaff or are these units just crap and I should chalk the experience up to I should have known better?
  10. "Three Roads to the Alamo" is a good read that puts Travis, Bowie and Crockett in the proper perspective.
  11. I have seen the same guy with the same gun at several shows. He has it labeled as a 1873 Cadet trapdoor - except it is full size! Talked to a couple of others who were perusing his table and all were totally confused how he could have it labeled as such. Oh and of course the tag also read "RARE".
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