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Wasatch Lawman

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  1. 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
  2. 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

  3. 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 dete
  4. 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
  5. Got the books, thanks! Take care of yourself.

    Wasatch

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