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Tracker Jack Daniels,58780

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About Tracker Jack Daniels,58780

  • Birthday 09/13/1957

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    58780 Life
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    Western Wisconsin Wild Bunch, Rock River Regulators, Wisconsin Old West Shootists

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  • Location
    Boyceville, WI
  • Interests
    Family, Cowboy Action Shooting, Hunting, Fishing

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  1. Best guy to work on your '97 is Outlaw Gambler. They are his specialty, he may even be able to help you over the phone diagnose the problem.
  2. Contact Outlaw Gambler, they are his specialty. He has many in stock, and they have all been gone over to make sure they are ready to play this game.
  3. Outlaw Gambler is the man to talk to about '97's. They are his specialty, if he can't fix them they cannot be fixed.
  4. I figured at $200 if I could make one work well with some work it would be a good deal.
  5. Winchester primers have a 5% failure to fire for me. They also produce significantly larger groups than the federals. With federal primers I have only had 2 out of 20000 not go bang. Remington is about the same for group size and reliability as winchester. The only thing that I have used CCI in and have any luck with is my Rock Island 1911, it loves them, go figure.
  6. I have an opportunity to buy a couple hammered sxs. One is a Century Arms, the other a Rossi. Are they able to be made workable for our game? If so is it a DIY job, or send out to a good smith? Thanks for your advise.
  7. Five second penalty for hitting a rifle target with the revolver. Then a "P" for incorrectly engaging the rifle targets. Total of 15 seconds penalty time. There was no miss with the rifle, shooter engaged the dump target 10 times instead of the 9 times called for by the stage instructions. Pale Wolf beat me to the answer. He sure is quick this morning.
  8. Yellowhouse, that is what I had always thought. But she said that she does not want a shiny finnish on her rifle. So she did some research and came up with linseed oil. I am not about to argue with her. I am just elated that she wants to start shooting with me. Already got her an '87 shotgun, going to order a set of SASS Vaqueros, and had her old beat-up B92 sent out to be hard chromed. Before that I had Huckleberry do an action job on it, now it runs as smooth as oil on glass. Next I am going to find a Chiappa "87 and have Lassiter work it over, and have it hard chromed. Then the CIA '87 she has now can be her backup.
  9. Thanks OLG, I am in the process of refinishing the stock and forearm of a B92 for my wife. I had intended to use tongue oil, however she brought home linseed oil. She says she read that Winchester used that to finish the stocks on their long guns. I have never worked with linseed oil and was at a small loss as how to proceed.
  10. Outlaw Gambler usually has them on hand ready to go. Classic Old West Arms, is on the internet.
  11. Thanks J Bar, that was just what I was looking for. Now I can make the wife a happy lady!
  12. The front barrel band is in front of the front sight and has a screw, that one makes sense. The rear barrel band is about in the middle of the forearm and it does not have a screw, looks like maybe a pin? How does that come off?
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