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  • Birthday 10/20/1981

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    my family, guns, motorcycles, muscle cars, classical music, sports, reading, art, theater, history

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  1. They did make some but not very many. They also can be made to hold 10. I had one before and let it go to fund another project
  2. My son has outgrown his Henry and is ready for his own 73. Looking for one of the miruko 73s with a 16" round barrel. Stock preferred. Thanks
  3. It depends on the range. I shoot at two small ranges that do not permit them. Range rules not sass. I have my own personal opinion on them that I will not state. I've driven cap's on multiple occasions. Fun toy
  4. Our surprise littler. We are bottle feeding the two runts..
  5. Chickens are pretty fool proof. They don't need fancy. We generally run between 30 and 40. Breed and feed drastically impact egg production. Also if you want to eat them. We don't raise heavys, barred rock and road island reds are what we mostly have. During peak season we get about a dozen to 18 eggs a day. That mainly is because we don't raise hi egg producers and we let them free range During the day. A place to roost out of the weather, food, water and your good to go. Do not buy from tractor supply or the like. You can make something for way under a hundred bucks. If you have an old sheld your good to go. Free grazing will impact color and flavor of the eggs. If you have any questions feel free to pm me
  6. Only if you want fertilized eggs
  7. a miss is a miss, I'm not a fan of shotgun flier misses being made up either and I don't put make-ups into my stages. it really dilutes the point of having a clean match. If you have to make it up, you really didn't shoot it clean, you can kid yourself all you want but if you use a makeup target you didn't shoot it clean. that gets into the whole participation award conversation. before anyone gets out the pitchforks and torches, I also do charity events where you can buy back your misses, that's totally different because it is a big earner for charity, and the entire point of the match is to earn as much as possible. we also do matches where we do have make up, but not often I have nothing against those who want to shoot it clean, but dont cheapen the sport to get it that way
  8. looking for a little longer barrels for the bond. right now new ones are almost a year out. thanks
  9. you will get some complaints. they really dont matter. I have shot with some of the sports best that will not shoot with a slower shooter. to me that shows total lack of integrity. two people that i consider friends shoot slow, like average closer to 200 seconds a stage slow. one walks with canes the other is just not physically able to shoot faster. everybody pays the same, they get the same opportunity for fun.
  10. i generally keep about 20 of their guns in stock. they are ok to deal with as a store. currently really back ordered on most items due to Italy being shut down for most of last year. As stated they are not a manufacture they are an importer. They do get certain guns spec'd out just for them that no one else will get. just like lipsey or talo, I have had less than stellar experiences with customer service, but on a whole, would rate them well
  11. there are a lot of those used in straight walled hunting states. are they ugly as all get out, yes. do they sell and get used a lot for deer hunting, also a yes.
  12. in normal years ruger will do custom orders. depending on the model all you have to buy is between 50 to 250 at a crack. however from the last time i spoke with them about a custom order 44/40 in revolvers will never be done again.
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