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  1. I wonder what is going to happen when the next "PANDEMIC" arrives!
  2. The safest way is to just work all the rounds through the action. Removing the "tube" and dumping out the rounds has a habit of causing concern for muzzle direction not to mention that holding the gun upside down is awkward as hell. If there is any good news from Henry, all their new "steel" lever guns will have a loading gate.... Yes even those in pistol caliber. It was just announced this morning. https://www.henryusa.com/firearm-category/new-models/?j=776532&sfmc_sub=69288289&l=Consumers&u=9691764&mid=100016878&jb=1947&utm_source=Consumers Opted into Announcements&utm_campaign=New Side Gate Models 2 (Consumer)&utm_medium=email
  3. You can use an adjustable hammer spring that will lighten the cocking force significantly. https://uniquetek.com/product/T1337 Do not overtighten any of the screws. <It is not a Marlin>
  4. You won't see anything except what the stock looked like undamaged! Repairing a stock is a lot easier, and cheaper than buying a new one.
  5. That is why I gave you the instructions to install a piece of tubing on the trigger guard. 50 cents worth of tubing and a smile on your face.
  6. It is a common problem with Baikal double guns. The trigger guard and stock are too close together. Changing your grip may help till you forget. Once the finger is bruised then even the slightest touch will be uncomfortable.
  7. Most of these are ILLEGAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  8. My mother was a founding member of the New York Boston Terrier Club. We always had to push the darn pill half way down their stomachs to make sure the swallowed the damn thing.
  9. Go to the hardware store and purchase a short length of rubber tubing. I believe 3/8 is the correct size. Remove the trigger guard screw and slide about an inch length of tubing on the rear of the trigger guard. This will keep you from beating your finger to death. (Yes, rubber tubing is legal. It is a natural material.) You will need to replace this once a year or so.
  10. When you see the dog working in the field....... The dog stops to smell and then eat a cow pie...... Makes you kinda smile because you know when you get home the dog is going to want to say hello and lick your wife. I am going to hell for letting this secret out!
  11. These Does will cost you a lot of dough!
  12. If you are looking at the Northwest Side of town then the Las Vegas Shooting Complex will be the closest range to you. It is Government operated and not very friendly for someone who wants his own area to "practice". Desert Sportsman has individual bay but you would have to be a member or go with a member to practice. As Innocent said, their membership is closed. Boulder City Rifle and Pistol club in Boulder City (1 hours drive if you are in the Northwest) is open to the public on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Weekends as well as Holiday Mondays. Cost is $10.00 for 2 hours. Membership is full. Cowboy Matches (Monthly) 1st Sunday and proceeding Saturday - Eldorado Cowboys - Boulder City Rifle and Pistol Club 2nd Sunday and proceeding Saturday - Nevada Rangers - Las Vegas Shooting Complex Training Facility 3rd Sunday - Desert Desperados - Desert Sportsman shooting Park. Shooting in the desert is not allowed in the Las Vegas Valley.
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