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Joe LaFives #5481

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About Joe LaFives #5481

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  • Birthday 11/07/1954

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  • SASS Number or "Guest"
    5481L
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Arizona Territorial Co. of Rough Riders (Winter Range)

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Mesa, Arizona
  • Interests
    CAS, Fencing, Classic Cars, Golf and friend of Howlin' Mad Murdock SASS #4037.

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  1. Numrich seems to have them https://www.gunpartscorp.com/gun-manufacturer/us-military/springfield-1903a3/parts-list-03a3?page=2
  2. I don't use Excel - I use OpenOffice. Its freeware and does the same thing without putting any money into Microsoft's coffers.
  3. Snakebite. We didn't guess. And we post the proofs so if you had a scoring problem - all you needed to do was to come to the stat house and bring your score card and posse marshal before 9:00 am on Sunday and we would have reviewed the sheet(s) in question. Yes we have made mistakes in the past but very rarely as our proofing system works well and we retain the sheets until the awards are handed out.
  4. try https://www.ffl123.com/atf-requirements-digital-ffl-ad-book/
  5. UofA baseball stadium not ASUcks glad you had a good time.
  6. Anyone remember the old pot shoots - now that was always interesting.
  7. Here's one in Portland https://portland.craigslist.org/wsc/for/d/gaston-lyman-all-american-reloader/6834869729.html Only reason I mentioned it is that reloaders are heavy and are expensive to ship so if you can find one at a gun show or yard sale or craigslist -you're ahead.
  8. They can be sewn in or riveted. Some are very difficult to get to like on the band of a holster and so the time taken to remove them is extensive. The picture shows a rivet style.
  9. This works very well IF they are put on with Chicago screws or the like. Often though that is not the case hence my original comment about slipping piece of cloth under them.
  10. The secret is to be first to shoot then at least for a short period of time you're first
  11. You can find the H&R trapdoors occasionally. They are fine rifles but you definitely need to stick to low pressures. If you decide to get an original , you will want to slug the bore as many were oversize. https://www.gunsinternational.com/guns-for-sale-online/rifles/harrington-richardson-rifles/harring-richardson-1873-trap-door-45-70.cfm?gun_id=101191966
  12. Send me your address so that I can tell you what the shipping will be for the butt plate

  13. I suspect I would slide a bit of cloth under the concho prior to cleaning.
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