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Tuolumne Lawman 6127

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About Tuolumne Lawman 6127

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  • Birthday 07/31/1952

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    Motherlode Shootist Society (Founder) #1; Nevada City Peacemakers

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    Grass Valley, Northern California
  • Interests
    Staff Writer, Cowboy Chronicle
    Old West History and firearms
    US Civil War

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  1. Fort Miller, Madera CA 1999. I had all my hair then, and it was still brown!
  2. SASS Alias: Tuolumne Lawman SASS#: 6127 Life Where are you from: Northern California Sierras How long have I been shooting SASS: 25 years (since 1994)
  3. I shot with the Tombstone gang back in 2000 when I was there research a Cowboy Chronicle article on Tombstone: Then and now. It was a great place to shoot. I wonder how it has changed in 20 years? I was shooting an original 1873 in .38 WCF when my extractor broke on the second to last stage. I ended up shooting the rest of the match using a pen knife to pop out each empty shell. I wonder if any of the pards I shot that match with are still around, or remember it?
  4. Those pictures bring back memories of the old days. I started in SASS in 1994... a lot of water under the bridge, and changes since then.
  5. about 20 years ago, my local insurance agent was colluding with someone, and began filing false accident claims against my insurance, I did not find out until I moved and changed insurance. They wanted to know why I had neglected to mention the three accidents the national insurance data base said I had had,. I said simple answer is that they never happened. I called Farmers fraud division, they investigated and found he was filing the claims, paying out, and split the money. They prosecuted and he went to jail. Yep scams have been around for many years.
  6. Yep, they have been down for a few days now. I guess they had some issues transferring data.
  7. OK, I have lined up a different main match pistol, so I need to sell the Cimarron Richards Type II Cartridge Conversion in .45 Colt or Schofield. Comes with a custom made Slim Jim by Possum Creek Leather, that was copied from "Packing Iron." Was featured in one of my Cowboy Chronicle articles. With Holster $400 +$20shipping and insurance FIRM.
  8. Final reduction to $450 plus $20 shipping and insurance. If it doesn’t sell for that it will go in the safe. Includes holster.
  9. Price reduced to $475+$20 S&I for 1860 conversion, repo cartridge box, and custom holster.
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