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Fargo Bill, SASS #4942

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About Fargo Bill, SASS #4942

  • Birthday 06/20/1940

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  • SASS #
    4942
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Pleasant Valley

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    bwillfargo@aol.com
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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Franklin, IN
  • Interests
    Shooting, Golf, and ATV Riding, along with a little leatherworking as time allows

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  1. I have a '92 as such. Has a brass receiver. Only one I have seen wandering around shoots I have attended.
  2. I use drawer handles. Attach to side with holster over the loop.
  3. Tried to contact SASS with Question a time or two and have heard nothing yet. Does that still function on the site? Anyone had success or know how to wake it up?
  4. One here in Indiana (Osage, or commonly known as Hedgeapple) and after cutting and drying is as hard as a rock. When cutting it green it milks up a chainsaw quite a bit. Polishes like Buffalo horn.
  5. AND, there are a few that should not be allowed to shoot!
  6. Do you mean skipping bolt notches? I have not heard of them doing such. Neither old or new.
  7. Thanks. You are a gentleman and scholar. I just might pull this off.
  8. The holster is a left-hand model with gun situated for right hand. Now there is yet another idea to ponder.
  9. Not found on the sites Wilbur. Can you provide location for me to put in my GPS? Will be grateful.
  10. Mine easily detached from my notice. It fits in my wallet just fine. Some people would complain if they had a pot of gold, but it didn't have a handle. Costs are a factor with thick plastic cards.
  11. We need this process to change target size.
  12. I have spent 2 1/2 winter days perfecting a Taurus Thunderbolt, and have finally solved the issue to bring perfection operation, but how do I solve mechanical operation inconsistency by the pilot?
  13. That could be added to SPOTTER'S responsibilities. Shouldn't slow the Shoot down as this could also be done at the loading table, much like looking at guns to make sure they are properly loaded. Just a quick glance would suffice.
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