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Long Branch Louie

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About Long Branch Louie

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    SASS Wire Vet
  • Birthday 10/12/1953

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    86583
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    NRA Life, Old North State Posse, Prayer Posse

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    Male
  • Location
    Kernersville, NC
  • Interests
    Shooting and gun tinkering, fishing and old fishing reels, old tractors, watching gun legislation, and most important, spending time with my 10 year old daughter....

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  1. Yeah had a hard time finding it. Bunch of cowboy and Indian businesses. But it was worth the trouble.
  2. Had a bent lower lip on my 1873 bolt and decided to call the Cowboys and Indians Store and order a hardened one. He not only fixed me up but he told me he would send me a lifter block that he would modify not only to load over the top but to prevent the issue with bending the lip on the bolt. He did that for no charge. Old fashioned service and fast shipping. He is a first class gentleman!
  3. Still looking for a pair of Ruger Single Six Stainless revolvers in .22 caliber with fixed sights.
  4. Unopened 9mm conversion kit for Dillon 650/750. P/N 21109. Asking $90 plus shipping
  5. Thanks, don't know if i want another set with these grips, I have a set of .32's. Thanks
  6. Thank you but it is an adjustable sight model. I'm looking for fixed sights.
  7. That's the adjustable sight version, they are not hard to find but thanks.
  8. Looking for a pair of Ruger Single Six Stainless revolvers in .22 caliber. Matters not if they have the mag cylinder. Especially looking for "baby vaquero" style
  9. +1, I just got one, it is much better made than any of the cheap knock-offs and it's made in USA....
  10. All make good rifles, Pedersoli, C. Sharps and Shiloh. I've had all three and to me a Shiloh is truly a work of art. I've seen fine shooters of all brands, but as mentioned above, they are only as good as the sights. MVA makes great stuff, a little expensive but well worth the extra precision. When I bought a Shiloh, I went thru Bill Goodman and cut the wait time by a year and a half. He has orders in the pipeline all the time and can change one to exactly what you want. Lot of money for a Shiloh, but I figure there ain't no luggage rack on a hearse.....
  11. Tried to send you a message on 1885, but your mailbox is full. My e-mail is: farmall130@embarqmail.com. Thanks

  12. There are several of us who shoot, 405 grain bullets in front of 14.2 grains of Unique. Very accurate out to 400 yards or more. and easy recoil

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