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longcolt 14205L

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About longcolt 14205L

  • Rank
    Member
  • Birthday 09/17/1947

Previous Fields

  • SASS Number or "Guest"
    14205L
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    RR Bar Regulators/ Cajon Cowboys/ Cowboys

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  • Yahoo
    stevefrazier@ymail.com

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Laguna Beach, Ca.
  • Interests
    C.A.S./Golf/ Coin collecting/ photography

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  1. Hi VD. I realize that I’m probably just whining or just missing the past but I miss the way it was. I hope that my current attitude changes but until does I’m buying new fishing poles or maybe new golf clubs. Maybe it’s time to start a new organization and we can call it remembering the old west. Hope to see you again soon.
  2. Hi all ive been cowboy action shooter for 24 years. This past EOT has me very confused as to my continued support. I realize that EOT has changed drastically since my initial experience since I think 1993 or1994 in Norco Ca. But I don’t think that it’s for the betterment of the game. Cowboy action shooting used to be about fellowship, promoting the experience of the old west. Partying not only at your campsite with pards as well as in town and seeing and getting hugs from old friends. What has happened in this cowboys opinion is competition. Competition and more competition. The love of the cowboy (cowgirl) life seems to have faded away into the night. I don’t know if I’ll ever attend EOT again due to the present attitude and I hope that at some point the spirit of the game will return but at this point fishing sounds pretty good but if things don’t return to having a good time, fellowing with pards returns I think sass may find themselves in a shrinking and uncontrollable situation. God bless you all and I hope that I have shed a little light on an poor situation. At least for me. Longcolt
  3. It was a lot of fun seeing these early days pictures. As a member for 21 years I look at myself as an older member till I look at these wonderful memories. Thanks for posting Longcolt
  4. Hi Allie i haven’t received any of these points and I’m feeling a little left out. Can I have some? longcolt
  5. Sure wish it were a bit smaller. Would have been fine a few years back. Good luck.
  6. Thanks to both of you. I'll call on monday.
  7. Hi all I've been using American select powder for about 12 years but I can't seem to find it anywhere. Do any of you have a source? Thanks, Longcolt
  8. I'm having a hard time getting past the cover. Absolutely lovely ladies.
  9. GJ hit the nail on the head. The SG in the open position is pushed back up just enough to keep the shells from ejecting. I'll take it to C&I. Thanks guys!
  10. Hi all, I generally use a stoger SXS coach gun supreme single trigger as my back up to my SKB SXS. The biggest problem I have with the stoger is that it would be helpful if it opened up a little more than it does to make ejection a little easier. Can the be corrected or am I stuck with it? Thanks for your replies. Longcolt
  11. I think that you folks in the rest of the country are pretty much right on with the majority of your comments. Unfortunately CA is so leftist that l don't see any change coming soon. The way I see it is that the citizens here will either have a change in there thinking or we will be annexed by China (willingly).
  12. Good morning all As a Californian and a shooter I wonder if anyone can convince out of state dealers that they can actually ship guns to California. Who has told them that they can't? Al that is required is a letter that proves that California FFL dealers actually is a legal FFL dealer. Doesn't seem like much of a hoop to jump through to sell to an entire state. Anyone have any ideas? Longcolt
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