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Howlin Mad Murdock SASS #4037

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About Howlin Mad Murdock SASS #4037

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  • Birthday 04/24/1960

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    Vail, Arizona Territory
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    hmm, tough one, let's see, the Old West and guns?

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  1. TO's were the spotters back then. 1998 https://youtu.be/b7pbsTlhaRY
  2. Your grip frame is the full size Blackhawk/Vaquero grip. Easy way to tell is the thickness of the bottom. Also you can measure the actual grip panel, full size is 3" from top to bottom(just measured mine). Here is a picture of the short grip frame.
  3. The problem here is you quoted the wrong regulation, notice the words "National Firearms Act". That was passed in 1934 regulating machine guns, silencers, short barrelled rifles, etc., also sometimes called Title II or Class 3. What Cholla is asking about is a Title I gun, those are dealt with differently under this definition: 27 CFR Part 478.11 Meaning of terms. Antique firearm. (a) Any firearm (including any firearm with a matchlock, flintlock, percussion cap, or similar type of ignition system) manufactured in or before 1898; and (b) any replica of any
  4. FYI. The bolt, recoil spring, recoil spring guide rod, and buffer are all M1 parts, the rest are all M1928A1 parts.
  5. Dog gone it Roy Jean, when I tell you to put a rock under the wheel I mean a ROCK, lookit what you got there, no bigger than a grapefruit.
  6. Any aircraft owner can block their data from being public. Most military and law enforcement in CONUS do not block their data. I've been fixing all kinds of aircraft for multiple decades, civilian, military and government, and I spend way too much time keeping track of them. I like Flight aware better though. Air Force One doesn't show up at all. Found that out yesterday, but I could see it.
  7. I've got a saying I put on my cart 20+ years ago. "Anyone can hit a target, not everyone can go fast". It's easy for a fast shooter to slow down to hit a small target, much harder for slow accurate shooter to speed up. You can't teach speed, you have it or you don't. Quite a few things you can do to cut stage times (transitions), but you must practice shooting fast to shoot fast. Saw it every year at Bordertown way back when it started. For those that don't know, BT was pretty much the first big match to have really close, big targets. Very few clean sho
  8. Need to get a new sign, here was 2016 version, wife gave it away. View from the porch, nobody bothered my sign.
  9. Best solution for deterring sign thieves I've heard about is someone coated the edges of the sign with anti-sieze. You'll know who took it then, can never get that stuff out of anything.
  10. Story I've heard is the best two days in a Cowboy's life is the day he buys a LeMat revolver and the the day he sells the LeMat revolver. Check out these videos: https://www.full30.com/video/5f4c15bef2c3e409e514f66054ada796 https://www.full30.com/video/7b72e6705aad44bd77bcc52990982c6f https://www.full30.com/video/4147f8eb787de988ab8b9cfd60b84fff
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