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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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    6127 LIfe
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Motherlode Shootist Society (Founder) #1; Nevada City Peacemakers

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

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  1. Easy. Take out the side plate screw like a 1873 and pop them off. It is NOT like a Henry where you have to slide them out. Mostly I used the empty cartridge case in the chamber, and liberal squirt of Moose Milk (Balistol and water), or a mixture od 1/3 Murphy oil soap, 1/3 peroxide, and 1/3 alcohol douching the action.
  2. Low round count. Is the subject of my upcoming April Cowboy Chronicle article. Like new. Adjusted dead nuts on at 25 yards for 7.0 grain Trail Boss or Black Hills. factory ammo. Trigger pull a nice 3.5 to 4 lbs. Pistol in picture NOT included! With original box and paperwork.. $995.00 including UPS ground and fully insured. (less than I paid!) Make sure your FFL will receive from a private party with ID, or there will be a $40 charge to run it through a local FFL.Selling to fund another gun project.
  3. Yep, that's about with me: pre-SASS Wire and Pre- CAS City (the days of the old CAS-L BB).
  4. Glad you like it. Was that a Dyer? I'm getting old....
  5. Hahaha! Senior moment., I lived in MADERA then! I may have to come down next year. I consider the early days pre- 2000-2002 or so. They still had "The John Wayne Test" back then, most of the current stuff would not pass! LOL. Mouse f@rt loads, Titanium firing pins, aluminum followers and short stroke kits ARE NOT from the early days. Rifle target would be 25-35 yards or more, pistol at 10-15 yards, and targets about 1/3 the size! Railroad Flat had a 50 yard bell in a bell tower. Stages were scenarios with a script, props, and a theme.
  6. Fort Miller, Madera CA 1999. I had all my hair then, and it was still brown!
  7. 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)
  8. 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.
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