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Tully Mars

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  1. Wild Bunch by the rules a 20 gauge isn't allowed. There are clubs that offer an Open category to get folks interested with the expectation that they will buy the appropriate equipment. I wouldn't list your Model 12 as WB appropriate, I'm sure you'd want whoever bought it knowing it's not legal for SASS or WB. A 20 gauge M12 shouldn't be hard to sell on it's own. Tully
  2. Bald Eagle, Does the hammer lock into place if you bring it back with your thumb? The sear and hammer notch are ok? If so check to see if the firing pin extension might be to short or under cut or reshaped to a point it's not pushing the hammer back far enough to lock it into position. With the lever fully open, pull the hammer back a bit, does it now lock? Tully
  3. Bald Eagle, I'm making the assumption that you've replaced your main spring with a coil spring assembly. On one of my 73' I added a Pioneer coil spring kit, the stock had to be shaved in areas to make the kit work and fit. If this is what you are saying, it's quit possible that your stock needs to be fitted to the spring kit to allow enough clearance for the spring to travel to it's full length. If it's catching 30% of the time it's likely only a bit of material needs to be removed. In other words is your lever able to open fully on each stroke allowing the sear to catch on the hammer notch? When you remove the stock and lever the gun, does the hammer catch every time it's levered? If so the stock is the problem and needs material removed. Tully
  4. I'll take both the 51' and the 60' barrel for $300 shipped. Let me know your PP information and I'll figure out how to pay you. Tully
  5. If it's still available. I'm interested in one full set of 38/357 dies, shell holder and turret. Is that $50 shipped? Tully
  6. If you'll consider $300 shipped for everything listed above, I'll take it. This offer isn't meant to be offensive, but I've paid $700 for used, complete and working 66's in the past. I'll completely understand your passing on this offer. Thank you for your consideration. Tully
  7. Most clubs in the bay area to Sacramento in California have been shooting for awhile. some restrictions apply, preregistration applies. Tully
  8. I love my PW, but it is sensitive to change. Tully
  9. Could you give me an idea on shipping on one 650 to 94509? Thanks, Tully
  10. Deacon Doug, A few years back I had the same problem. I bought an RCBS collet style and mounted it on a 650 tool head, it worked great, I don't recall any lead being damaged in the process. I'll put it and the tool head and puller in the mail if you care to barrow it. I have .38. .44 and .45 collets for it. Tully
  11. Rooster, Your gun and you are not in question. Actually I didn't know Baikal made true hammered shotguns. However there are Baikal hammered shotguns with internally cocking hammers, those shotguns are illegal for CC. I've owned the internal cocking one and sold it cheap to my good friend Johnny Meadows, who I hope made money on the deal. He knew what he was buying. Tully
  12. The one I owned the hammers cocked internally making it illegal for CC. I'm no expert, but Johnny's statement is correct. Tully
  13. Not a problem. Get to feeling better soon . Tully
  14. Goody, Tried to PM an offer, it wouldn't go through. Sorry to do this here, but would you consider $75.00 shipped? I'll be out for a bit, check back later. Tully
  15. Goody, Will you be at Winter Range? I'm only there for WB and leaving the afternoon of the 21st. Tully
  16. What is the length on the barrel? Thanks, Tully
  17. I had great response's from the seller using her email twodancinfeet1@aol.com. Ask her for pictures, description and shipping cost to your zip. Hope this helps. Tully
  18. Please send pictures to lockettbryan@yahoo.com As well as a shipping quote to 94509 Thanks, Tully
  19. I've used them, yes they work, but expect more fouling and loss of accuracy. Lubed is a far better choice. Besides loss of accuracy and more sticky guns, cleaning the rifle bore is more of a chore. The fouling is like cement, not soft or softer like when using lubed. If you swab the bore's every couple of stages it will help. The only reason I used them is because it's what I had on hand at the time, Now I still have a bunch loaded that I hesitate to use since going to lubed bullets for BP. All that said I've been able to shoot local 6 stage matches with closer targets clean using poly coated bullets and no lube, but on a hot day with more distant targets.......ouch....I couldn't hit a thing! Tully
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