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J.S. Sooner, SASS #73526

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  1. 9 hours ago, Rye Miles #13621 said:

    No I check all my brass when loading, I would have seen that. 
    I think the primer pocket was a little too big and the primer came out. Maybe......?

    If the primer was in the case prior to loading and not after the jam, it came out.   The primer was probably mangled by the lever or lifter arm inside the receiver.  Sounds like it was a loose primer and most likely came out as the round slammed back onto the lifter. 

     

    You could measure the primer pocket or try to seat a new primer and see how tight the pocket is.

     

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  2. Some of these pants show more wear, but for sale at bargain price of $5 each.  Buyer pays shipping.

     

    Special deal for Buckaroo's.  If they are for a Buckaroo or Young Gun shooter, I'll make this a better deal.  Just pay the shipping cost and any Buckaroo or Young Gun shooter, can have the pants for free. 

     

    1  -  Wah Maker, waist 34 inseam 25

     

    2  - no name saddle pants, waist 34 inseam 26

     

    3  - Wah Maker, waist 34 inseam 25

     

    4  - Frontier Classics, waist 34 inseam 24 note: some damage by right pocket, needs to be sewn.

    1-4 are heading to Not Dead Ed for a Buckaroo to play cowboy.

     

     

    Sold to Will Burn Powder  5  - Gap straight leg, waist 34 inseam 32 1/2

     

    6  - Wrangler (Black), waist 34 inseam 25

     

    7  - Horsefly's (Blue), waist 34 inseam 25 1/2

     

    I should be able to fit 5 pairs of of these shorter pants in a large flat rate box, 3 in a medium fr box and 1 pair in a padded envelope.  

     

    Pay by check, money order, or (PayPal Family and friends) items will be shipped in USPS buyer pays shipping.  Total shipping to be determined based on number of items purchased.  Will combine items for shipping if purchasing multiple items to minimize shipping costs.

     

    I prefer using USPS priority flat rate boxes with tracking.   $16.25 for medium and $22.15 for large, padded envelope is $9.30.

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  3. 4 hours ago, Tequila Shooter said:

    I’ll take #7 and #8.  Let me know what size box you think that they’ll fit in so I can get you the right amount of $$

     

    I can fit them in a medium flat rate box.  $16.25 shipping  $46.25 total, by check or PP friends and family.

     

  4. SOLD to City Dude  45-70 ammo slide with 7 loops.  3" opening for belt.  $15

     

    SOLD  to City Dude Leather badge holder will slip over pants, belt or in pocket.  $10

     

    Black shotgun barrel cover to protect hands, marked 28G  $5

     

    Rifle ammo belt marked "Hunter 275 sm"  measures 2 1/2" wide 28 3/4 to 1st hole, 33 3/4 to last hole, 6 holes and 24 ammo loops.  $5

         ammo loops fit 30-06 and 30-30 that I tried. 

     

    Sold - 1&2 to Lucky Lawdog and 3&4 to DeacoKC Ammo loading blocks.  $10 each  #1 - 44/45  #2 44/45  #3 44/45 & 38 #4 38

     

    Shotgun ammo boxes with sliding in lids, each should hold 25 shells. One is 12 gauge and the other is 20 gauge. $5 each.

     

    Pay by check, money order, or (PayPal Friends and family) items will be shipped in USPS buyer pays shipping.  Total shipping to be determined based on number of items purchased.  Will combine items for shipping if purchasing multiple items to minimize shipping costs.

     

    I prefer using USPS priority flat rate boxes with tracking.   $16.25 for medium and $22.15 for large. If items will fit in a flat rate bubble envelope, the cost is $9.30.

     

     

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  5. 2 hours ago, Trailrider #896 said:

    Not as far as I have seen.  I used to ship my leather orders UPS. But their prices have risen to the point where USPS prices, even for fairly large packages are cheaper.  The only time I would go by common carrier is if the dimensions and weight exceed USPS limits.

     

    From online price calculation sites, both are close at the size and weight of my packages.  Guess I'll have to check both to compare prices. Distance (shipping zones) may make one better than the other. 

     

    Thank you

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