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Jersey Kid, SASS #287

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About Jersey Kid, SASS #287

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  • Birthday February 18

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    287, Regulator
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Cowboy Legends Mounted Shooting Association, Jackson Hole Gang

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    Ridgewood, NJ

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  1. How the heck is my favorite SASS Regulator?  Just got back onto the forum and saw your info listed.  Hope all's well with you and yours...

     

    Ride TALL,

     

    Mustang Mike

    SASS #4105 Life/Regulator

    949-981-9336 - cell

    1. Jersey Kid, SASS #287

      Jersey Kid, SASS #287

      Hey Mike - we are fine - how's my regulator classmate? I'm still working and riding although I think my days of flying to AZ, NM or Texas to compete on horses I don't know is getting limited as I had a bad wreck at EoT a few years back - all healed but my wife now has a vote. I'm very hopeful that the recent changes to SASS will be positive and that we can continue as a strong group - maybe it will heal some of the past negatives that happened. Our state shoot was cancelled due to COVID so while I have been shooting, not one competition this year! Still working (COO for a Cybersecurity Company) I left my long term global job for a Swiss company whereby I was travelling all over the world virtually every other week so working from home doesn't suck. What are you up to lately? I hope you and your family are remaining healthy. Thanks for the note, Ed

  2. https://tucson.com/news/local/old-tucson-announces-indefinite-closure-pima-county-to-decide-parks-future/article_ad03568a-f1f9-11ea-add1-2327f31aa0b1.html
  3. Some good looking guns! All the best and a free bump to the top, JK
  4. My Posse at Winter Range 1993 ( I set up the shot and secured the photographer but in the meantime Tex told everyone not to smile - I never got the message obviously)
  5. Rare and unusual money belt made by El Paso Saddlery company that I got from Bobby McNellis years ago. It is made from one piece of leather which is folded over and sewn along the seam. Popular in the West due to its ability to support a pistol, as well as to conceal important papers and coins. This is their #1 Money Belt and it has 72 cartridge loops for .22 – that’s a lot of stitches and cartridges! The belt is 46” long with holes from 40” to 44”in beautiful shape with their traditional nickel silver clip point buckle and I am asking $115 shipped to the US and Canada. Thank you for looking.
  6. Beautifully carved gun rig for 7 ½” Colt Single Action Army revolvers (will also fit new model Vaqueros) by John Day Cattle Company Texas. This is a rare rig as the craftsman, Al Jensen, made leather in Houston for several years starting in the early 90's next door to Cimarron’s Houston location before moving to Montana in the early part of the century (2001); to my knowledge he no longer builds leather rigs. I do not believe this has been worn as there are no stress marks on the belt. The belt measures 48” overall with holes from 39” to 44” and is fully carved and lined with a clip point buckle and appears to be lined with suede. It is 3 ¼” wide with cartridge loops for 44/45. The holsters are single loop with Cheyenne plugs and also beautifully carved and border stamped. This was a quite expensive rig when new and I will sell for $399 plus $15 shipping. Thank you for looking.
  7. Beautifully carved gun rig for 7 ½” Colt Single Action Army revolvers (will also fit new model Vaqueros) by John Day Cattle Company Texas. This is a rare rig as the craftsman, Al Jensen, made leather in Houston for several years starting in the early 90's next door to Cimarron’s Houston location before moving to Montana in the early part of the century (2001); to my knowledge he no longer builds leather rigs. I do not believe this has been worn as there are no stress marks on the belt. The belt measures 48” overall with holes from 39” to 44” and is fully carved and lined with a clip point buckle and appears to be lined with suede. It is 3 ¼” wide with cartridge loops for 44/45. The holsters are single loop with Cheyenne plugs and also beautifully carved and border stamped. This was a quite expensive rig when new and I will sell for $399 $350 plus $15 shipping. Thank you for looking.
  8. Sad news has just reached us informing us that our friend and colleague R. L. (Larry) Wilson has passed away. Larry was probably the most widely published author in the the field, he was prodigious in his output and was busy with publishing projects right up until his passing. His dilligence and work will be missed
  9. I've competed with 1st, 2nd and 3rds and even won a Mounted EOT Championship with a pair of engraved, stag nickel Colts
  10. Mike - is 1881 an etched panel? I have a roll stamped CFSS 44-40 in 4 3/4 - new old stock blued and unfitted
  11. JK: I'm just thrilled to know you are recovering. With God's help, that recovery will be swift and we'll see you at EoT next year. Best regards.....Jake

  12. Hey Ted - sorry I missed you at EoT - do you have any mounted photos this year? I could use some for an article, I can only offer photo credit (unless you want half of what I get paid - which is zero, this is SASS after all)

  13. So where Am I on your friends list??

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