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Rafe Conager SASS #56958

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About Rafe Conager SASS #56958

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  • Birthday 05/13/1962

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  • SASS #
    56958
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Los vaqueros, OPSA

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    Male
  • Location
    Tucson AT
  • Interests
    shootin

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  1. I believe that you have an early box of 30-30 Winchester ammo. Made specific for the 1894 Winchester in 30 cal. Rafe
  2. Old Deadeye, started cowboy shooting in Arizona, one of the founders of los vaquero and border town. Lost both legs, an eye, and part of his hand in the Vietnam war. His black powder rounds would set off car alarms in the parking lot. Ft. Sinclair at winter range is named after him. Rafe
  3. Howdy, sounds about how I got started 14 years ago. Saw a bunch of cowboys at the range in Phoenix. Went to watch and wound up hooked. You will get a bunch of advice, watch folks shoot, pick brass, help the posse. That will help you notice how they work their transitions, and then I guaranty that you will find a mentor! I've been lucky enough to have found several. And have been one a time or two. Have fun and be safe. Rafe
  4. After much praying last night the news was not good, our family decided that he was too good a pup to put him through more pain just because we wanted more time with him. Couldn't be that selfish, he's running with his brother and sister now! Thanks for all the prayers. Rafe
  5. Please keep our sweet boy Bear in your prayers. He's in the hospital tonight. Praying they are able to stabilize him. —
  6. I do .45 schofield loaded with black powder, have 8" barrels and 5 1/2" barrels. Been using the 5 1/2" since my shoulder went south. Rafe
  7. I try to shoot 1st or as close as I can, only takes 3-5 shooters to load my cap guns. Leaves plenty of time to spot or run the timer. Rafe
  8. Looks like that might be the texas saber belt buckle from the civil war, http://www.ushist.com/19th-century_leather_goods.shtml has one called the Mississippi and Texas spoon and wreath buckle. Rafe
  9. Cat reread it and let your imagination get the best of you Rafe
  10. July, this kit fit my 73 just right. I dropped it in and shoot it this weekend smooth! Thanks pard. Rafe
  11. I would put dads 1911 away especially if it has any sentimental value, it's worth $300-400 for a Springfield or rock island not to wreck or wear out a family heirloom. I thought about using my great granddad's krag in a bamm match but know I would hate wrecking a rifle that he used in Cuba and the Philippines Rafe
  12. For traditional I use a Springfield mil-spec with large front and rear sight. For modern I use my Kimber 1911 Rafe
  13. Try this one it fit my 66 https://www.trackofthewolf.com/Categories/PartDetail.aspx/882/1/RS-PM-1 Rafe
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