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  1. Happened to me, a little different. Dropped a few primers on the floor and missed one on pickup. Later on, Rolled over it with my chair..bang! Had to check my pants....woke me up.

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  2. Not seen it with a gun but with mags at that last C and E gumshow here in town. The big magazine dealer has boxes of "surplus" mags and lists them as he sees fit. He had a big box of AK mags listed as Russian.....I looked at them, they were the KCI korean garbage. I mentioned dit to him and he said I was wrong and they were fine. I kinda got loud and called him out in front of a lot of folks. He still does it,lol. If he is there next weekend, I am gonna call him out again and mention it to the gun show staff.

  3. Gun shops here for plenty powder, bullets...primers are a little scarce(75$ per 1k when they got it)..nope. powder is also being gauged. RL-7 $57.00...nope..ammo plenty, still pricey but not horrible. 9mm,45 and popular stuff. Hard to find 10 gauge

  4. On 9/29/2021 at 11:05 AM, Kid Rich said:

    I know a few that shoot that cartridge with BP and and no one questions them. 

    PS. NO I don't believe they make the smoke factor, but they manage to win their Frontier cartridge category.


    Maybe someone should question them, gaming with Uber mousefart loads is pretty sad and not in the spirit of the game...

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  5. 3 hours ago, The Aggie Rifleman, SASS#55213 said:




    I've seen ammo be available in the SW OH area along with arms of all type as well.  Local stores and big box stores are fairly well stocked and priced.  Items are sold at a premium price at the local gunshows.


    The only things that have been scarce is that the milsurp market is DEAD.  Cowboy guns are around if you look, as well as cowboy ammo.  I've shockingly been successful at finding 32H&R for SASS.  Also reloading components are hard to find.  Powder is starting to make it to shelves, but primers, brass, and bullets are still at a premium. 

    Even the local shop that sells powder has a bunch, and a good selection(still no primers)..but they priced me out of it...49.99 for a jug of rl-7....nope.

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  6. I like the idea of starting out with a good, easy to load cartridge, the 44 or 45. People who cry about the recoil are full of crap. You can load a 44 spl and a 45 colt to very little recoil. Any good cowboy revolver like ruger vaquero, uberti cattleman in 44 spl/magnum or 45 colt.  Big, straight wall cases and they are easy to reload. And with a 44/45 , you leave yourself room to grow and shoot any catagory. And you get a great start on an easy caliber to load the holy black, should you choose to come to the dark side. Decide on a gun that you like and has a cool factor for you!! Cause if you don't like it and you don't think it's cool and fun to shoot, you won't shoot it. Have a blast shooting your cowboy guns....that is what it is all about

  7. I gotta go with Rye on this one, I love movies for what they are and it did have a super cast in it. Just don't make it after an historical event and change all the history. I understand the draw at the time using the famous names though. That's like showing a film about the alamo, using all the historical correct names of the men and then moving it to take place in ohio and have them win...great cast or not, I got issues....

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  8. Ok pards and pardettes,


    Thinning the herd a bit so up for sale are my beautiful twins. 2 Ruger Vaqueros in the hard to find but awesome ..44-40!!!!! Beautiful blue case color hardened, with custom grips and blackhawk hammers. The actions are slick and smooth. No, they are not consecutive..but they are pretty. SOLD..... No trades please.





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