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Mustang Gregg

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  1. I used to have a Lyman top punch modified to size these bullets. But I can't locate it. I have a new one ordered. I do have a bullet seater/crimp die that has it's top screw contour machined so that it doesn't deform these pointed slugs.
  2. Well dang!!!! Cheyenne Ranger! YOU MAKE IT LOOK EASY!!! THANKS! I had found that #303 yesterday, but I could not verify it in any Lyman or Saeco charts. I appreciate it, Mustang
  3. Howdy, Casters: I am searching for a certain top punch for a Lyman mold/bullet. I can't seem to find a chart that tells the correct one to use. Lyman products is not answering or their phone system is inop. The mold part no. is 429303. The Lyman no. is 26603003. Since it is a pointy bullet, I can't just use any old .44 caliber top punch, as it can deform the bullet nose. Much obliged for the help! Casting & blasting, Mustang Gregg
  4. Grizz: It's real good to hear from you, Pard. I'm glad you made it through the winter (if it's really over)! I did a swap yesterday getting a new Henry H001 and cash for the M24. So it's off the market. I have to fix the title to the post now. Your SE-NE Pard, Mustang
  5. Dominguez: Do a search for IHMSA. That is the biggest outfit in the handgun portion for the metallic silhouette game. Oh yea, sorry--- International Handgun Metallic Silhouette Association. And I am in the market to buy some more lino for future casting and blasting. Mustang Gregg IHMSA #17040
  6. Yul Lose: Do not use it for C&B. It's too hard. MG
  7. Let's try $650. I could include shipping charges(?). Mustang Gregg
  8. If I was still shooting metallic silhouettes, I would be calling you, Pard., I only have maybe 100# left. Good luck, Mustang Gregg
  9. EH: This time they did not even ask for a S/N. But, yes, they usually they do. I have a list of the Bearcat revolvers and when they were built and their S/N's just in case they ask for one. Mustang Gregg
  10. OLG: I reckon they would not sell anything that knowingly replaces a "safety" device. They want all of their firearms left stock when they go out new or when in for repair. Much obliged!!
  11. Much obliged, Johnny. But I just ordered a Bearcat #KPR5 spring seat from Ruger. I appreciate that. BTW: How's that SxS doing?
  12. Here is a list of trainers that I got from Deuce's post. https://www.sassnet.com/ROInstructors.php?fbclid=IwAR3ElVO5UQgbQrOdyO5QC1aDXSUppcfYnaa5KLRsfoFiv0fyaSyViedXvz8
  13. MUCHAS GRACIAS, PARDS! All of the suppliers are out of the Bearcat seat now. I will try Ruger directly. Hondo: I really like the looks of the one you build, though. I wish you still sold them. Mustang
  14. I'm very sure that the straight stock is original. The checkering on the forearm and the buttstock are identical. I bought it a few years back from the Cabela's Gun Library. They had another at the time that had some beautiful engraving, but it was a lot more money. Mustang Gregg
  15. We were getting off the subject on the thread about eliminating the spotters. So I reckoned we better get a new one started for this subject. And it might be a dead horse issue. Would it be a bad thing to make a SASS membership requirement that you must attend an RO 1 class every so many years? It would keep more folks up on what SASS is about, SASS rules, safety, spotting, etc. In our area, we have classes offered yearly or just by asking. But we get less than 1% participation, even when advertised to all members. Just askin' Mustang Gregg
  16. New Vaquero shooting Pards: I just got a pair of used K-New Vaqueros in .357 cal. I opened them up to find that one has a hammer lock and one does not. So I am looking for a spring seat to replace the lock. When you remove the lock, there is a big gap that a normal spring seat will not latch onto. So I need a "longer" spring seat. I don't want to replace a $100+ grip frame and fit it. I was told that Brownell's Tech guys had such a "longer" spring perch, but they say they've never heard of it. Has anyone tried a Bearcat spring seat? I heard they are longer. Much obliged, Mustang Gregg
  17. CG: I would like to go to $15.00, but I think that our outfit would be the only one in the state that is not $10.00. I will do some checking. MG I don't want to get this thread derailed. So I may start a new post.
  18. Lumpy, We are just starting out so we are renting the Izaak Walton ranges. Our rate is $12.00 per shooter. They get $10.00 per shooter, we get $2.00. Sounds low, but if we charged $15.00, I reckon the shooter numbers would drop off. MG
  19. Thanks, Tyrell, Here in NE, we are very lucky to have Freeda Bee Me and Dalton Masterson bending over backwards offering RO 1 and RO2 classes. They are available here, but we do not hardly get anyone to come to them. MG
  20. The spotters who can't do their job ought to have to go to RO class. Going downrange at our range would not work as we are renting a range with NO berms. And the cost of extra paint would cut into our budget. Some will say that is B.S., but we only get $2.00 per shooter after the rent. Mustang Gregg Lincoln Area Regulators
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