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Willy B.SASS#26902

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About Willy B.SASS#26902

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  • Birthday 08/04/1948

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  • SASS #
    26902
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Colorado River Shootist's, Dulzura Desparado's

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Santee, Ca. & Yuma, Az.
  • Interests
    Cowboy Action, Steel Challenge, Skeet, Saltwater fishing

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  1. I don't see any problem with that it's just a good well balanced breakfast, You have fruit, A dairy product and a starch, Go a head and enjoy it and know you're doing the right thing!
  2. I do like to camp out at the range but I sure don't like it when its muddy I'm keeping my fingers crossed for perfect weather this year. So far I'm really enjoying having a spot to roost outside of California if you like to shoot a lot of different events Yuma is a great place to be.
  3. Yul At least this year I don't have to worry about getting pulled out of the bog.
  4. The last SASS convention I wandered thru had Riders in the Sky as the Saturday night entertainment, I've always liked their act so the wife and I bought tickets, We got there early to get good seats but we didn't have to as I doubt that there were 75 people there for the show, The Riders put on a great show but the attendance was really embarrassing.
  5. The club recently acquired a small tractor which has been used to groom the center camping area, The camping area is in the best shape it's been in for years but like Yul said the wild card is if it rains, When it rains the camping area turns in to a mud pit. There's a few spots around the range that are usually solid but they go fast. Ligurta station east of Yuma is a decent place with no frills just the basics at a no frills price, I've stayed at Del Pueblo RV in Yuma but it's farther from the range and pricey with lots of rules.
  6. When my daughter was younger she'd go to gun shows with me, seems like she was always finding non gun things for me to buy for her I really didn't mind as her things were usually cheap and I enjoyed her company, When she finally decided she wanted to shoot cowboy she put a few of her finds on ebay and made enough to pay for her guns and leather, Need less to say I was pretty proud of her and then and there figured out not to ever horse trade with her.
  7. The revolver doesn't look exactly like a Webley, I suspect it was a Afghan or Pakistani shop built copy, It's amazing what those guys can do with hand tools.
  8. I'd love to be able to shoot my webleys in a match, This picture is a few years old and a few more have joined the herd, I guess I like the darn things because of the history involved with them. the one on the lower right is an 1892 army that was sold in Bombay in 1893 it's chambered in .476 Webley.
  9. I just tried dropping a 455 Webley and the much shorter .450 Eley into a 45 colt Vaquero, Both chambered just fine but I'm not sure if there might not be head spacing problems due to the thinner rim on the Webley and Eley cases. Next time I get to the range I'm going to have to give them a try.
  10. Howdy KG

      You can send me your personal check or a money order whatever is easier for you for $120.00 to

    Bill Schutt

    8541 Big Rock Rd.

    Santee, Ca. 92071

    Send me your shipping address and I'll get it ready to go.

    Thanks

    Willy B'

  11. Howdy Moe T.

    This is Willy B' I shot with you at Dulzura last month. I have one of these perfected models and they are proofed for smokeless, The NYPD requested these from S&W as too many of their officers were having their revolvers popped open during fights, so they wanted two actions to take place to open it, They were built on hand ejector frames not topbreak frames.

    If you want to look at one I can bring it out to Dulzura on Saturday.

    Willy B'

    1. Moe T Vator

      Moe T Vator

      Howdy Willy,

       

      I missed the shoot this past month as I was at sea chasing pirates. I would really like to check it out next month if you can bring it by! 

      R,

      MTV

    2. Willy B.SASS#26902

      Willy B.SASS#26902

      probably going to have to wait until May but if you let me know I'd be happy to bring it out, I'll be over on Oahu when we have next months shoot, I'm depending on you to keep the pirates in check until I get back.

      Willy B'

    3. Moe T Vator

      Moe T Vator

      HA! ok.

      I will be shooting in corona and cajon this weekend too! get excited!!

  12. Ordered mine a couple weeks ago and it came in yesterday, I tried it on a 1860 Uberti and 1851 Pietta with Slix nipples and a Remington NMA with Treso's, At first it didn't work the caps weren't staying on then I figured out that I had to put them on firmly and wiggle the capper just a bit before I pulled it off, Putting the cap on and seating at the same time is nice! I really like not having to fill the inline cappers the darn things took forever to load and I needed 5 or 6 of them for a match, I didn't mind the snail capper for the Colt's but the Polish one is nice since it seats the caps which eliminates one step in the loading process.
  13. Greybeard just turned 80, He had a pacemaker put in last week but other than that he's doing OK.
  14. Howdy Appydan

     You can send me your check or a money order which ever is easiest for you.

    My address is 

    Bill Schutt

    8541 Big Rock Rd.

    Santee, Ca. 92071

     

    Let me know your address and I'll get your package on the way.

    Thanks

    Willy B'

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    2. Willy B.SASS#26902

      Willy B.SASS#26902

      Sent package USPS priority, Tracking # 9505515463027283155538, It should get to you in two or three days

    3. appydan, SASS #67998

      appydan, SASS #67998

      THANKS pleasure doing business with you

       

    4. Willy B.SASS#26902

      Willy B.SASS#26902

      Thank You, I appreciate the empty spot on my loading bench.

      Take Care

      Willy B'

  15. Thanks a lot Joe now you went and made me think( I finally got it )
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