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PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

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  1. Which model Remington? I found a Model 33 (mfg. in 1934) in a back closet a few years ago. That model was Remington's first bolt-action rifle design.
  2. If he's in OREGON, this is the "system" he's dealing with: Oregon State Police : Firearms Instant Check System (FICS) : Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) : State of Oregon
  3. If you have an OR CHL, I've both heard and experienced almost instantaneous clearance. Oregon background checks go through the OSP. Last word was that their system has been overwhelmed by the massive increase in firearms purchases, as well as staffing shortages.
  4. The modification allows the use of ALL types of cappers, including these made by TED CASH
  5. SHB p.37 (I've made a note to move that to the "Revolver Cylinders" section)
  6. Your 2nd post (asking why the original was deleted) is still up. Question was answered by referral to Wire guidelines. What happened to my post? - SASS Wire - SASS Wire Forum (sassnet.com)
  7. Political Posts - SASS Wire Saloon - SASS Wire Forum (sassnet.com) Guidelines - SASS Wire Forum (sassnet.com)
  8. SASS Wire Forum Guidelines Relocating to appropriate forum... & yer welcome.
  9. These are also downloadable as pdf docs that can be saved to your phone: POCKET RO CARD PENALTIES OVERVIEW
  10. Pre-1973 Ruger single action revolvers (aka "3-screw" models) utilized a half cock to free the cylinder (same as Colt SAAs). That was changed with the introduction of the "New Model" versions with transfer bars.
  11. Not legal for SASS competition use. SHB p.38
  12. IMO, 1920 is too far past 1899...even though the base firearm design qualifies. I'll see if I can get an answer from the ROC on this one.
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