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Frontier Lone Rider, SASS# 73063

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About Frontier Lone Rider, SASS# 73063

  • Birthday 02/02/1948

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    Morgantown, West Virginia (WV Mountaineers)
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    SECOND REGISTRATION: 1st got corrupted?<br />We shoot at Frontier Land, Thornton, WV<br />"Montani Semper Liberi", or "Mountaineers Always Free".<br /><br />NRA & SASS

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  1. Thanks Rye. I hope to shoot with you again at Tusco. As far as I know, I haven't done anything wrong, except click on the Notification Button.
  2. Sorry, there is a problem You do not have permission to view this content. Error code: 2F173/K Every time I try to check my Notifications, I get this message. Is anyone else experiencing this?
  3. $44.95 t0 $49.95 at Midway USA
  4. Ifn I could shoot one of these, I would be right on this. It sure is purty.
  5. I just got 100 used Magtech brass off of Gun Broker and the seller had more.
  6. The primer division of Remington was sold to another party during the bankruptcy auctions. So, Remington no longer makes ammunition or primers. At least, that is my understanding.
  7. Of course, for SASS use it depends somewhat on the rifling. The 1894 CB has ballard rifling which has deeper grooves and is best for the lead rounds we shoot. The regular 1894 has micro-groove rifling which is better suited for jacketed rounds. The regular 1894 is worth between $700-$750. Personally I prefer the 1894 CB for our game and such value it more.
  8. That is why I bought my slide action rifle , 1911, and 97, alas not to be used again. All of the Wild Bunch Matches in my neck of the woods have ceased to exist.
  9. Does this drop the bullet at precisely 323-324? Otherwise one will need to lubrisize them before loading.
  10. Or, God wiling and the creeks don't rise. Good for them and I wish them the best of luck in this endeavor. Hopefully, someone has learned from their past mistakes and will concentrate on Quality Control and manufacturing what the people are asking for in the market place.
  11. I taught welding for 19 years, but would not dare touch some ones SKB, Stoeger maybe.
  12. Now that is a list that will definitely come in handy down the trail.
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