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Don Coyote, SASS #63736

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    63736 RO II
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Cowtown Cowboy Shooter's Assoc., Arizona Cowboy Shooters Assoc, Arizona Yavapai Rangers

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  • Location
    Lake Montezuma, AZ
  • Interests
    Hunting, Fishing, anything Outdoors

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  1. Set of four thin rosewood checkered Eagle Gunfighter grip panels for Uberti P-Jrs only. No nicks, very clean. $150 shipped. These would cost approximately $130 per pair purchased new from Eagle.
  2. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU & SLY PUPPY! DC & SQUEAKY
  3. As others have said, clumping of BMZ is normal and expected to me. Each time I open a new bottle, the 1st thing I do is shake it hard & pour the contents into a large tupperware container & break it up & pour it back in the bottle. Never had a partial filled bottle clump again while in my powder storage. Careful though, you might have a tendency to sneeze! DC
  4. Back in '12 I installed this Lee Pro powder measure on our 650s for loading APP & BMZ. Have worked well with very consistent loads for both 32 HR and 38 spec.
  5. Contact Lassiter...he used to make & sell them. DC
  6. Yavapai Rangers next monthly match will be Nov. 28th. DC
  7. Will EOT continue to have as many aged-based categories as they have had recently or more like WR? We'll see. DC
  8. Most 200s & 280s were made with split extractors. My 10 yr old 200E still has them. Most skb smiths, i.e, Johnny Meadows, now weld them up as part of the action job. DC
  9. Proud to say we got a pristine 280 12g last spring thru gun broker for $765 & shipping. JM did his complete action work so we're in it for under $1,100. Retiring my old 200E with the stupendous wood work by Taz & the 280 will be my match SG.
  10. For those of you that shoot/have shot in the southwest for quite some time, you may have competed in the annual Yuma Territorial Prison Breakout. In 2004, a founding member of the Yuma CAS club was unfortunately killed, along with his best friend, in the hills north of Phoenix, by a crazy young man who snuck into their camp to steal their belongings. The two people killed were KC & Gimpy. KC, aka, Omer Casey, was Squeaky's uncle. When we attended Omer's funeral, we saw many people dressed in 1890's cowboy clothes?? At the memorial, Omer's gun cart & firearms were on the altar with the
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