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Diamond Curly SASS#57086

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About Diamond Curly SASS#57086

  • Birthday 04/03/1947

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    Spencer Shooting Society Pawnee Station Briggsdale County Shootists

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    Colorado Territory
  • Interests
    handball, CAS, antique autos

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  1. I just tried your scores link and just a bunch of symbols?
  2. Now that you have that 32 inch rifle misses should be history!
  3. Thanks to everyone who replied to my post. I think k I will go with the progressive transition lens at this time. DC I do have non prescription glasses I can use depending in conditions at the range. Capping C&B revolvers can be fun in poor light.
  4. I also shoot C&B and capping them in the shade is tricky. I did try pink once and really seemed to help on an overcast day, not sure how good in a sunny day.
  5. I am going to order a new pair of prescription shooting glasses and was wondering what tint you prefer and why. I have used grey, brown, yellow, and pink and they all have their good points and bad points. Any I'm put would be appreciated iated. Thamks, DC
  6. I was fortunate enough to attend a cowboy shoot in Sackville and had a great time. Thanks to Major Crimes for making it possible. If you ever get the chance to shoot in Australia don’t miss it. Thanks to our posse for making me feel at home on their range .
  7. I used the wagon style for about three years before moving on to a two wheeled cart. I did use scabbards one on each side so not top heavy. I parked in the back of the stage so no issues removing long guns from the scabbards. I switched because the handle was placed where I had to bend over some to pull it and after awhile it bothered my back. Even the two wheel carts can get top heavy. Good luck on your search.
  8. I am old school. If the engine is happy with it's current oil why change. I still change my oil every 3K just because it makes me feel better. I have read that almost all oil contains some synthetic anyway. I have a case of non-detergent oil that I used in my Model A Ford. May buy another A sometime.
  9. We have a lot of pine trees on our property so will look for some good branches. DC
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