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  1. Redleg, do you shoot any w.b. Or BAMM? Our monthly  Wild Bunch match is in Bowie , Tx  3 rd weekend. Dusty Boddams

    jhurst@pwhome.com 

    1. Redleg Reilly, SASS #46372

      Redleg Reilly, SASS #46372

      Thanks, Dusty but I don't shoot that stuff.  Still having too much fun shooting cowboy.

    2. Dusty Boddems

      Dusty Boddems

      Very good! Just thought I would check since y’all are so close. 

    3. Redleg Reilly, SASS #46372
  2. Sounds like a great idea to call it Pike. Should be fun for folks shooting it and it exposes more shooters to 1911’s. This version should not be called wild bunch because obviously it is not. It is however cowboy with a 1911 and that’s a good thing to run with a cowboy match. A real honest to gosh wild bunch match is by design a lot different. Don’t think so? Tell you what travel to the Texas Doughboys Wild Bunch Action shooting club and see the difference. We will pay you back 100% match fee plus another 50.00 cash if you can honestly say it’s the same as a cowboy match.
  3. What about the surplus Russian 1895 Winchester’s 34.95!
  4. Howdy all, western 3 gun ,is it still shot or has it road into history? Inquiring minds want know. Dusty
  5. For those that are interested Michael Banes shooting gallery this Wednesday 2-10-21 will have the Evil Roy interview and coverage of the sass Texas State Wild Bunch Championship that was held at Gunrunners in Bowie ,Tx. It was a 3 day match and featured many great side matches along with 12 main stages. ER thinks this might be one of the best shows to date! Make plans to watch and please take time to post this on Facebook pages etc. to help get the word out. Dusty Boddams
  6. 45 acp works perfect but the reason it doesn’t “rattle” around in the chamber is because the barrel is set back and cut for the 45acp round because it headspaces on the mouth instead of the rim.
  7. Call Norm on his cell phone. He will make them for you if not in stock.
  8. LEP, dark blue? If so it probably needs more air in the tiresthat or the chrome muffler bearing needs tweeking
  9. I've actually taken a primed case put it in a vice used a pair of pliers to hold a round nose bullet and beat the bullet with a hammer and it did Not go off. I've done it several times same result. Try it for yourself. Also thousands of rounds over many years out of my 66 and 73's but I say this if your not comfortable with it then don't do it. Dusty Boddams
  10. Really no reason to get velocity obsessed. 1200 -1300 fps out of that rifle will drop anything in the great state of Texas! I reduce my 44 mag. To that and have had really great luck but then again last few years I've been killing deer and hogs with my 45acp 1911 and they appear to be just as dead. Happy hunting! Dusty Boddams
  11. W3G! WTG didn't look right when I wrote it! On thinking about it I bet I know some folks who could be game........ I will keep you posted. Dusty
  12. Allie Moe, WTG looks to me to be lots of fun. I'm not aware of it being shot in north Texas area but if ever happens around here I would sign up for it. I do shoot a fair amount of combat style matches featuring a lot of movement around here and just to keep it interesting I use a Suomi 9mm carbine or a 27 Thompson carbine . pistols are hi powers or 1911's. At the carbine matches I've ran my m1 carbines against the black guns........Of course we still shoot a lot of wild bunch and are having a large time with it also. As far as worry about changing rules for different types of matches I don't
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