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Sandhills Slim, SASS #22998

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    22998 B.O.L.D. #613
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    Cross Creek Cowboys, Old North State Posse, Iredell Regulators, Carolina Cattlemen's Shooting & Social Society

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  1. I believe you are referring to Jimmy Spurs. He moved to VT. https://www.cowboygunworks.com/
  2. Joe Bowman interesting read: https://1withabullet.wordpress.com/2009/07/08/rest-in-peace-joe-bowman/ My wife, Ms. Jewel, shoots a pair of stainless steel Ruger .32 single sixes that were once owned by Joe Bowman. We acquired them from a gentleman who inherited them from an uncle who was a good friend of Joe Bowman. She has always felt that this pair of guns are special.
  3. I would encourage you to stay away from Henry rifles. They may look good and the price may make them attractive. I have never seen anyone achieve much success with one especially as they start wanting to shoot faster. A Marlin or Uberti 1873 is the way to go if your budget allows. Ruger Vaquero or Uberti revolvers seem to be the most popular in the sport. Shotgun is a matter of preference. Many people like a Winchester 1897 pump shotgun or replica while likely an equal number of cowboys prefer a double barrel in 12 gauge. Please take time and talk to some experienced shooters before you spend your money. Iredell Regulators will be shooting this Saturday if weather and range conditions allow. The wife and I plan to be there. Look forward to meeting you.
  4. Will Burn Powder, I will be glad to take more than 100 pieces. Just let me know what you are willing to sell and the price.
  5. I would like to buy 100 pieces of new .45 Cowboy Special Brass. I have had some on backorder for several weeks with Starline but it is very uncertain when they might start producing it again. Please let me know if you have some that you are willing to part with.
  6. Thanks Buckshot Bob. That's exactly what I'm looking for.
  7. In one of the videos I noticed that the caliper being used has a round red accessory that fastens to one of the blades by a thumb screw. I have never seen one of these before and don't seem to be able to find one online. Does anyone know what you call them and where one might be obtained?
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