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Wasatch Lawman

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About Wasatch Lawman

  • Birthday 05/11/1959

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    84999
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    Plain City, Utah

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  1. Will throw in TWO R&D .45 conversion cylinders for the $3000 price.
  2. Put this together several years ago, frame was made from a Old Model Super blackhawk, grips are Box elder burl from Lonestar out of Texas. $1400
  3. Finding myself in need of cash, hate to sell but have to. I put these together several years ago and Have never shot them after the custom work. They are sequential serial number, have brass lowers, box elder burl grips from Lonestar, out of Texas. Will throw in matching knife. Asking what I have into them. Can work out a three month layaway with at least half down. $3000 Will include TWO R&D .45 conversion cylinders to the deal. That's almost a $500 value FREE. The grips are more blue like the knife, kind of green in the pics. They also have a set of Treso nipples in them.
  4. Lawman - For some unknown reason, the Wire stated that you cannot receive messages. Please try to PM me.

     

    Church Key

    1. Wasatch Lawman
    2. Wasatch Lawman

      Wasatch Lawman

      Sorry, I am out of town and just read this.  My address is

      Mike Gerhardt

      4458 W  1500 N

      Plain City, Ut.  84404

       

      what is your PayPal account?

    3. Church Key, SASS # 33713

      Church Key, SASS # 33713

      Lawman - It's:  petergrahn@aol.com

       

      I'll mail the package tomorrow and let you know the tracking #.

       

      Church Key

  5. yo 'satch how's it going?

    1. SHELDON WADE SASS REGULATOR #19986

      SHELDON WADE SASS REGULATOR #19986

      SJ- need your mailing address so I can ship your 22 hornet dies.

  6. Bill, your check came today. I have wrapped them up well in bubble wrap and boxed them in a med flat rate box. I will get them shipped in the morning. You should have them by the weekend. I will PM you the tracking number when I get back from the post office.

     

    Thanks,

    Mike

    1. Woodbury Bill, SASS # 9650

      Woodbury Bill, SASS # 9650

      Thanks, I have shot 1860's for years, and have always wanted a stock on one of them.

      Thanks again, Bill

    2. Wasatch Lawman

      Wasatch Lawman

      Bill, just back from the post office.  Tracking # 9505 5154 4334 8170 3047 75

       

      I think you will like these, I have had them for a long time. Never shot the gun, just looked at them in my collection. I am sure the previous owner may have shot it. I pulled it down and wiped it down with CLP before I packed it up. It really is in great condition.

      Enjoy them,

      Mike

    3. Woodbury Bill, SASS # 9650
  7. Bill,  Postal MO, bank check, personal check, what ever works for you.

     

    Mike Gerhardt

    4458 West 1500 North

    Plain City, Ut. 84404

     

    Cell # 801-391-4851

    1. Woodbury Bill, SASS # 9650

      Woodbury Bill, SASS # 9650

      I will get it out in the morning.

      Thanks, Bill

    2. Woodbury Bill, SASS # 9650

      Woodbury Bill, SASS # 9650

      Check in the mail today.

      Thanks again, Bill

  8. Sent to me today. Looks like a great retro style SASS shoot! ELDORADO COWBOYS Presents BEST SHOOT BY A DAM SITE May 6 and 7, 2017 Boulder Rifle and Pistol Club BOULDER CITY, NEVADA January 14, 2017 The Eldorado Cowboys have "decided" (ok, I admit it was mostly my idea), that The Best Shoot by a Dam Site should pay homage to the game we used to play in cowboy. Perhaps interject a little bit of the silliness that has been lost over time. A Legacy shoot, if you will. Now don't misunderstand me; I have zero interest in revisiting the games of chance and non-shooting activities determining winners. But I think the game is called "Cowboy Action", for reasons other than simply the era our guns were designed. We really don't want to lose the big, close, fast reputation that The Eldorado Cowboys have worked for. We just want to put in some reminders; the light hearted silliness of what we used to do in addition to shooting. We are in no way advocating a return to when "chance" or a completely random activity determined the winners. We do firmly believe we are a shooting competition first. BUT - in the effort to become a shooting competition - we have (perhaps) swung the pendulum too far and discarded much of the "playing cowboy" aspect of our game. It has gotten to the point where asking shooters to actually say a silly line (or make up one of their own) or carry a gold bag or stab the dummy is viewed as a distraction - not an integral component of the game. We also don't want to return to the activities that our aging bodies will not endure. So there will be no starting in and then exiting bath tubs, or lying on the ground with head on saddle. But maybe we could shoot bottles off the bar top after throwing a whiskey in the barkeeps face...shooting the stage while seated on the back of the stagecoach - maybe even having to reset your own knockdown rack by pulling on the reins...escaping the jail by stealing the deputies gun and blasting the lock...shooting cockroaches (no, not ketchup packets) off the wall of your hotel room...stuffing a bank bag full of bills and coins - snuffing the dynamite with a rifle shot...saving your partner from the hangman with a well-placed shot... We will do our best to create a balance of today’s competition with the laughter of yesterday’s game. To ensure everyone KNOWS EXACTLY what they are in for - stages will be posted at http://eldoradocowboys.com/ at least 60 days in advance of the match. Sooner if I get a burst of creativity. Thank you for considering the Best Shoot by a Dam Site for your shooting plans in 2017. Creeker President – Match Director The Eldorado Cowboys
  9. I have a couple Lee 20# bottom pours. They both were drippers. I was able to get them to stop dripping by lapping the needle rod and pour seat. I used a drill and some valve lapping compound. Every once in a while casting I spin the rod with a screwdriver to keep the seat sealing. Wasatch
  10. Got the books, thanks! Take care of yourself.

    Wasatch

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