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Rough 'N Ready Rob

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  1. They will work in a Marlin 39a, they shoot all length 22 or a single action 22 revolver like shooting a .38 in a .357 .
  2. Widder, Well how did it go shooting? hoping well. Or did you get rained out? looks like you had some bad weather out your way. Rob
  3. I would not buy a Trigger Happy had one in my 45-70 Marlin, it would go off out of battery. Contacted the seller, that makes them. They were no help. I will never buy from them again. Put the stock trigger back in, gun works fine, safe again.
  4. Widder, Good to hear you're back, Enjoy the day. Having surgery myself I can tell you it will only get better. Rob
  5. Thanks for all the replies. I too got the Outpost when I went to The Smith Shop, I'm sure when Bill's inventory is gone it will be for ever, that is sad. I'm glad to hear he retired, I wish him the best of luck. Rob
  6. Does anyone know what happened to The Smith Shop and Bill English? Went to the site no longer there. He was a great guy to do business with. Thanks. Rob
  7. Just letting you know, Long Hunter Shooting Supply has a carrier plunger button replacement kit. Plunger, spring and E clip $25.00. I put one in my Marlin box. Rob
  8. Good video Dakota. Hope to see you down the trail. R'N'R Rob
  9. What Lumpy said. If the screw is missing, good luck finding one for the Chinchester. I have used the real Winchester screws with a little epoxy. They are different lengths, right and left.
  10. Wow, I'm surprised to see this post again. Like I said in an earlier post, I put the stock trigger back in and the gun worked fine. I have since sold the gun, too old for heavy recoil, to a pard, he loves it. I still won't deal with Wild West Guns. I too was in business at one time; two things I thought were important for good business: one, return calls and two, make the customer happy. RNR Rob
  11. Thanks Deuce on that note, just pray it isn't your 45-70. Rob
  12. Smokestack, The Trigger Happy wouldn't work in mine, I felt it was unsafe. Contacted Wild West they would do nothing about it. Rob
  13. I can say nothing but good things about Dillon, they stand behind there product. NO BS Warranty that's the truth.
  14. Jimmy, I had a similar problem in my Marlin 1895 with the Wild West trigger happy trigger I posted here. The consensus was it was my fault and not that the trigger was made bad, it too would fire out of battery not touching the trigger block, maybe the hole was drill in the wrong place in the sear and trigger making it short. Yes if you still have the 3 peace firing pin in your gun it wouldn't matter but like a lot of cowboys they have put the one peace firing pins in and yes it could go off out of battery. I put the stock trigger back in, may be floppy, but gun is safe again. Wild West was
  15. At the The River City Regulators annual match, they give out cowbells as prizes. They are different sizes and colors, gold,silver and bronze according to placement. They have, I'm sure, computer generated stickers on them, one side name of the club and the logo and on the other side class and placement. They are fun to hang on your gun cart as they ring along as you move from stage to stage. They know you are coming, if you need to get someone's attention as you can get a grip on it and ring the heck out of it.
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