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Wyatt Earp SASS#1628L

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  1. Am I correct that he is affiliated with Choice Ammunition?
  2. Yep, that's him. Last time I saw him was around 2010 at the Gunfight Behind the Jersey Lily. He had a nice period camp set up and I would have coffee with him each morning. Really nice guy.
  3. If memory serves me well, one of the owners is a cowboy shooter from Southern California that I used to shoot with in the early 2000's at the Coto Cowboy's in Norco. I remember he worked for the city of La Mirada. But dang CRS, I can't remember his name!!
  4. I don't think I'd ever buy a firearm that needs 500 rounds of breaking in just so it operates properly.
  5. Midway had Starline 56-50 in quantities of 100.
  6. Here's a couple of Youtube videos using a router: I'm sure with your woodworking skills you could easily pull it off.
  7. I'm with ya, that's one of the reasons I don't post much. (not that I ever did)
  8. In stock https://www.ammunitionartifacts.com/unitedstatescartridgecases/5095-winchester-center-fire-5h6wf https://www.rccbrass.com/product/50-95-winchester-express-2/ Out of stock but backorder OK https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1021449536
  9. Nothing about ballistics nor trajectory, but this article is very helpful in explaining how to adjust the sight. http://tmtpages.com/vernier.htm
  10. Project update. I finished the build today with the arrival of the Bear Creek Arsenal 10.5" side charging upper in 5.56. As this was my first build, I wanted to keep the costs low, while still using quality parts that are made in the USA. Anderson stripped lower Anderson lower parts kit with stainless hammer and trigger KAK Industries Shockwave brace, buffer tube, buffer and spring. Bear Creek Arsenal side charging complete upper receiver Hogue grip Magpul sights I think it turned out quite nicely.
  11. Sent you a PM. Brass is on the way. Wyatt
  12. Thanks Cat and Hardpan. To add to my dilema, I also have an AR10 in 308 with a Bushnell P308 scope, so do I need the Grendel? Although the Kid's rifle is close to what I would do. 300 Blackout firing 150+grain bullets would make a helluva personal defense gun. So, how about a 300 Blackout pistol? Since I have a brand new stripped lower marked "multi-caliber" I assume I could make a pistol with a 9-10" barrel. I've seen videos of these "pistols" fired from the shoulder, so you could essentially have an SBR without the hassle.
  13. Just bought a stripped lower intending to build light, no frills 5.56 AR to compliment my Sig M400 carbine. Ended up buying an additional complete AR that was just what I was going to build. Since the lower was on sale, I picked it up too. Now my thoughts on what to build have changed. I thought about 300 Blackout, then started reading about the 6.5 Grendel. I don't hunt, which is kinda what the 6.5 is touted for. So, would it make a good target/plinking round? Isn't the Blackout mainly used as a suppressed round? I do't envision me getting into that area. Your input is welcomed. Wyatt
  14. I've got 50 brand new Starline I can send you. PM me your address and I'll send them off tomorrow.
  15. I think I've got about half a box of new Starline. Let me check and I'll get back to you. Wyatt
  16. Had to stand in line at the state liquor store yesterday. They were only letting in three at a time. Guy in front of me had on a t shirt that said, "skin that smokewagon and see what happens" .
  17. Went to Sportsmans Warehouse to pick up a stripped lower they had on sale, came home with the lower AND a whole new AR
  18. Forty, From the way I read your post, I thought your dishwasher had given up the ghost and you were asking about replacing it
  19. Go to Lowe's or Home Depot and buy a new one with installation.
  20. California law holds that a child under the age of 12 is incapable of committing a crime, unless they know the wrongfulness of the act.
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