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Church Key, SASS # 33713

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  1. A mix of range brass and some once fired, brass and nickel Has been cleaned. I have several .357's but usually shoot .38's in them. Will sell for $23 ($15 for cases + $8 USPS flat rate small box. First "I'll take it" here gets them shipped promptly. PM me with your mailing address. Prefer PayPal, but will accept personal checks or MO's.
  2. Bought these for IDPA matches to shoot with a S&W Model 625 using moon clips. Loaded 300 and shot two matches, then sold the gun, ammo and clips as IDPA shooting ground to a halt due to the Kung Flu. Will use my Ruger GP-100 if/when it starts back up. I fire used brass in WB matches, so these new critters are extra for me. Am asking $195 shipped vis USPS flat rate. Bumped the price a bit for the PIA factor of packaging and then dealing with the USPS. Prefer PayPal, but will accept personal checks, MO or whatever. First "I'll take it" here gets it. Please PM me with your mailing info so I c
  3. I've sold all my Modern S&W revolvers and found these spares that I'll sell for $10 shipped for the batch, as have no need for them. Accept PayPal. . New Stainless Strain Spring for 64, 65, etc, . New Blue B Square Side Plate Screws w/Hex Wrench . Used Slotted Blue Side Plate Screws . Wolfe 14lb & 15lb Reduced Power Rebound Springs . Small Blue Screw noted as Sight Screw. First "I'll take them" here gets them shipped right out.
  4. I live in WV just above the VA line. Winchester has a large hardware store with a gun shop in it as does a town below Winchester with an Ace Hardware with a gun shop. I bought several guns from Montgomery Wards in Wheaton, MD. First was and Enfield .38 S&W revolver for $17 with a box of shells (ca. 1960). The second was a Western Field shotgun aka. Mossberg 500 in 1972 for $85.
  5. I once tried to replace a seal on a spring piston air pistol; never again.
  6. I visited the original DuPont powder plant in the early 90's while taking class at National Defense U. We were working on a paper about their Cray Computer. The original buildings were on a river and three sides were brick, the fourth side was originally made of long-gone wood. This was by design, in case of an explosion the brick walls would remain intact, while the wooden walls would end up in the river. My father worked at the US Central Heating Plant in DC. It was a seven-story building with five-story boilers. All of the walls had windows stacked vertically the entire height o
  7. Am currently finishing off selling stuff I no longer use as my son died last summer. Have kept my CAS, WB, IDPA, Trap, and defensive stuff, everything else is gone. Finishing up selling my film camera collection. Stuff just sitting in closets and in safes no longer interests me. Amazing what people are willing to pay for things like watches. I timed it well as eBay is changing its payment policies in May to no longer accept PayPal, instead requiring payments to be direct deposited in your bank account. Just wait until the hacker community descends on them with a determined attack. Would not su
  8. About 20 years ago, I shot CAS at a long defunct club in Southern MD called, if I remember correctly, St. Charles Sportsmen's Club. Doc Shapiro was one of the match directors and they had really creative stages. One stage he setup had 16 shotgun knockdowns. You could stage ammo on a table, so stupid me brings up a full box and tears the lid off, forgetting to rearrange the shells. What a disaster as I was shooting a double; Duh! They had stuff like a huge gong hanging out at about 100 yards that you had to shoot while prone and other such neat things. They also had the best lunch I
  9. His war service was extremely commendable. I appreciated the navy hat and sword on his coffin. Very appropriate. The British know how to conduct state funerals as they have been doing it for quite a while.
  10. Your mailbox is full.

  11. Bought a Ruger SP-101 from him; was an excellent transaction. Great pard to do business with.

  12. Lawman - For some unknown reason, the Wire stated that you cannot receive messages. Please try to PM me.

     

    Church Key

    1. Wasatch Lawman
    2. Wasatch Lawman

      Wasatch Lawman

      Sorry, I am out of town and just read this.  My address is

      Mike Gerhardt

      4458 W  1500 N

      Plain City, Ut.  84404

       

      what is your PayPal account?

    3. Church Key, SASS # 33713

      Church Key, SASS # 33713

      Lawman - It's:  petergrahn@aol.com

       

      I'll mail the package tomorrow and let you know the tracking #.

       

      Church Key

  13. Widowmaker - I tested out four different types of new commercial ammo with my stock Glock 20 and again with a Lone Wolf 6" barrel. This was an attempt to get the Underwood ammo to work for me. The results are as follows: Glock 20 Ammo Test 1/25/17 Manufacturer Load Average FPS Extreme Spread FPS Standard Deviation Barrel Armscor 10mm 180gr. 1117 41 15 Glock 4.6” HPR 10mm 165gr. 1223 29 11 Same Remington .40 180gr. 899 32 12 Same Underwood 10mm 180gr. 1269 67 28 Same Armscor 10mm 180gr. 1166 19 19 Lone Wolf 6” HPR 10mm 165gr. 1298 9 9 Same Remington .40 180gr. 942 20
  14. I was born in Boston, so have to root for the Pats. That said, I want to see Brady face the Comish and give him a big raspberry, then watch the coach present a deflated football to him.
  15. Boulder Canyon Bob - I'll buy your scope. Sent a pm with details.
  16. Wondering if anyone has one of these sitting in the basement just gathering dust? I dug out my 10mm Glock G-20 from the bowels of a safe and have decided to fiddle with it some. Added a Lone Wolf 6" barrel and plan on trying different loads. The novelty has already worn off of winter and I'll finish up my CAS yearly reloading in a week or so. Need something else to fill some time, otherwise will have to start on the home honeydew's. Anyhow, appreciate if someone has this stuff they are willing to part with. Trying a bump to top.
  17. Badger - From the SASS Shooters handbook - Compiled and Edited for SASS By The Range Operations Committee, Version 21.8, February 1, 2016. This is copied from the Ammunition Section of the handbook: “Revolver and rifle ammunition may not be jacketed, semi-jacketed, plated, gas checked, or copper washed. It must be all lead. Molydisulfide, polymer coated bullets, or equivalents are acceptable.”
  18. I've been a contributing member of the NRA since 1962. They send me mail requests for donations at least every month, plus numerous phone calls which I have on call block. I consider it hounding. If I did not agree with their overall goals, they would have been totally dropped by me many years ago. No such issues with SASS.
  19. I've never had a bit of trouble either buying or selling. This is my go to place for cowboy stuff.
  20. I marched in the 1953 Eisenhower Inaugural parade with the Washington, DC McKinley High School Jr. ROTC cadets. We carried Springfield 1903's with chrome bayonets. They were switched out next year for M1's. The 03's were a much nicer drill rifle. It was the high point of my scanty military career. I still have my sabre from my lofty position as Company C Captain, as officers had to buy them (got it used for $15). When I was a Master Sgt., we were issued drill swords that were stamped "US 1862." Wonder what they are worth now? Anyhow it was a long march down Pennsylvania Avenue from behind the
  21. A minor update: Ordered my Chey-Cast bullets this morning, just got an emule that they have been shipped. Like dealing with Amazon, only faster.
  22. Sirrius radio channel 70 is all you ever need to listen to for the Blues.
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