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Dungannon Gunner

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About Dungannon Gunner

  • Birthday August 22

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    88695
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    CHEROKEE COWBOYS, DOC HOLLIDAY'S IMMORTALS and SOUTH RIVER SHOOTISTS

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    Male
  • Location
    Smyrna ((Atlanta)), GA. USA
  • Interests
    NRA Benefactor
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    Tinkering

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  1. Which reference book for Old West cartridges would you recommend. Both 'Cartridges of the World' and 'Ammo Encyclopedia recommended members on the SASS wire .
  2. WOW! SASS # 686. Thank you for helping keep this sport alive so those that came along late (me for one) are able to participate and have so much fun! I added the 50-140 (50 3 1/4) for Single Shot and Buffalo. The are the same, correct? Thanks Mud Marine!
  3. I added 38-50 to Single Shot (SS) and Buffalo( )B, 40-50 to SS and B, 44 Evans New and Old to Lever Rifle( L)R, 40-82 to SS and LR, 40-70 WCF and 40-70 Sharps to SS and B, 38-70 to LR........... THANK YOU CIMARRON RED!
  4. WOW Mr Lucky I did not expect to see that little sweetie come up on the screen! The short answer is I do NOT know. According to what I have so far; it would NOT be allowed for pistol caliber nor Buffalo. However it seems to qualify for Single shot rifle. It was designed in 1897 and used in a single shot rifle. The Stevens 44 and 44 1/2 did not come along until 1903. Please let me know if you can find a reference to the contrary. THANKS!!!
  5. ,,, Guys I have looked over almost all that I have and also looked the 25.20 up on the Colt forum and according to others this was never a part of pre 1900. Can you help me with a reference point! Good for Rifle but not pistol cal THANKS!
  6. I'm afraid of those Big flies I hear you have up there that actually take a bite out of you!
  7. Ironhead you would be right to do so. I must have written down 405 grains for something and let my fingers do to much walking. Thanks for the catch! PS, thanks for a great Long Range match in Alabama at the Southeast Regional!
  8. Most of us down South are lucky with 200 and 300 yard range availability. Go to Quigley Montana match and you can shoot 1000 and 805 yards
  9. Jabez, Danged if you aint right! 33 WCF used in 1886 Win but not developed until 1902 35 WCF used in 1895 but not developed until 1903 Corrections made. Nice catch! Thanks!
  10. Thanks Three Foot Johnson. If you ever see any supporting documentation, please pass it along.
  11. Added. Done. Nice catch. Thank you! P.S. We have never met but I have a lot of respect for you based on your reputation and knowledgeable answers to partner's questions!
  12. If you find some information as Griff listed then I would be happy to include on the list I am putting together. I am certainly NOT THE expert and want to go with information that we can all document in some way. Thank you
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