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Cpt Dan Blodgett, SASS #75655

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  1. Got a 92 from steve years ago, took quite a while to get what with his backlog and all. After receiving that rifle from him sent him the Rossi 92 I purchased in 1994, let him know it was coming he put me on the schedule told me when to ship it and I had it back in just a couple of weeks.
  2. The most common use is to destroy Firearms, Dies etc. In a skilled hand they can be used for other purposes.
  3. One could always get the hornady or sinclair bushing etc to measure a fired case and then adjust one's dies to only push the shoulder back .002 or so. And as others have stated do not load it hot.
  4. So sad to hear Goat Neck Clem is not with us any more he was a prince of a fellow!
  5. I have been using Hornady Dies and either lyman or RCBS case lube and a lube pad for years without any real difficulty full length sizing 45 / 70 cases. I did come off the dime recently to buy an Annealeez that I have yet to use as I have not been shooting much over the hot summer in AZ.
  6. Really????? a 5lb sledge is not one size fits all???
  7. Does not need to practice, shoots fast to get home to his gorgeous wife a little quicker
  8. Baikal can be frustrating out of the box. After you open the action all the way it will have a tendency to close enough that the shells don't want to come out. If one pushes the barrel release lever back fully to the left with your thumb when the barrels are fully open they will stay open as long as you hold the lever to the left. This has something to do with the shape of the cams and a good shot gun guy can fix it. I am too cheap to pay for that so I push the barrel release to the left with my thumb (when I remember to, other times I cuss). Using a scotch brite pad and my drill press I was able to polish the chambers enough the shells will fly out. During the final polishing I added some plastic head light polishing liquid on the scotch brite pads. Like most russian stuff they are a bit crude and rough but being built like a tank are very reliable Being a total idiot I bought a $300 CIA 87 lever gun. Folks say they totally suck. In this case I spent the money and had Lassiter work his magic. Magic it was, it is slick and sweet. I suck at loading it but the gun works fine. I was able to hit the flyer with it at winter range.
  9. Hey Capt Dan, Yes it's a small rubber tubing wrapped around the rear of the trigger guard, it came on the gun. My other Baikal has a pink colored foam type material that I like better it it also came on the gun. The one I'm selling is an EAA Baikal where as the other is a Remington Spartan which is probably why their different. I'd bet some surgical tubing would fix your issue thoe....

  10. Hey Capt Dan, Yes it's a small rubber tubing wrapped around the rear of the trigger guard, it came on the gun. My other Baikal has a pink colored foam type material that I like better it it also came on the gun. The one I'm selling is an EAA Baikal where as the other is a Remington Spartan which is probably why their different. I'd bet some surgical tubing would fix your issue thoe....

  11. Thanks, might well be a couple of years.

    Just got back from 2 weeks in AK on the 12th

    Fine time was had by all drove 1900 miles would have been about 2300 but took ferry from Valdez to Whittier saving 360 miles

    33 lbs Halibut, Salmon and Pacific Cod in deep freeze

  12. Howdy Capt. If you decide to shoot Grant an email, just tell him what dollar amount you sort of had in mind, and see what he can offer for that. You can always add or subtract animals. There are several tears of animal costs. Good luck, if I can be of any service, just let me know. Patrick

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