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Yul Lose

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  1. Would it be better to try and remove the barrel? I’m not a gunsmith, just asking.
  2. But when there are 2-3 bullets stacked on each other that won’t do much good.
  3. Sheesh!!! Just answer the question. What’s the procedure at your range?
  4. I was manning the unload table at the Cowboys match on Sunday and on the last stage a new shooter came to the table with 2 locked up revolvers caused by squibs. I had him clear his long guns and then he had no idea what to do with the revolvers and gave me permission to try and clear the guns. Using a short squib rod I determined that the first revolver had a bullet stuck in the chamber and forcing cone and a couple of taps with the squib rod moved the bullet back into the chamber far enough to get the cylinder to turn and the gun cleared. The second one I could tell right away that there was
  5. Stephen Hunter books about Bob Swagger, USMC sniper are all good reads. His early books The Day Before Midnight and then Dirty White Boys got me hooked. He’s quite a story teller.
  6. The 1897 has the exposed hammer the model 12 doesn’t.
  7. SOMEBODY BUY THIS!!!! I don’t need another 16 gauge 97, I’m very tempted. It looks like a very nice one.
  8. Any 16 gauge brass upcoming? I’m interested.
  9. How long is it? Did you get it from Taylor’s and Company?
  10. I want to build one and yes I’ll be at the Western Regional. I’d like to see it and take some measurements and pictures. Thanks.
  11. A few weeks ago there was a thread about the above mentioned rifle and if I recall correctly someone posted a picture of the forearm. I might be the owner of one these soon and would like to build a forearm for it. I’ve tried to search for it to no avail and any help would be appreciated.
  12. Manning the entry gate at EOT in New Mexico over the years I got to visit with a lot of CAS folks and every morning when Wes came in and when he left in the evening he’d stop and visit. Every evening he’d ask if he could bring me anything when he came back in the morning. A great man for sure.
  13. A tremendous loss in many ways. R.I.P. Ace.
  14. You still wouldn’t understand so it’s a waste of time to try and explain it to you.
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