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Sixgun Shorty, SASS #35717 Life

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About Sixgun Shorty, SASS #35717 Life

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  • Birthday 10/31/1947

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  • SASS #
    35717 Life
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    High Plains Drifters,Fernley,NV

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  • Location
    Stateline (Lake Tahoe), Nevada Territory
  • Interests
    SASS,CAS,Harley Davidsons,Golf,Wine Collecting,Flying(Pvt Pilot since 1978), Fly Fishing, Sailing, Diving,Trap Shooting,
    Skeet , Clays,Hiking the Sierra Nevada, Skiing (snow),
    Colts ( Colt Custom Shop Dealer, specialize in custom Colts and Antiques),Winchesters, modern and antique,collecting and riding vintage Indian motorcycles

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  1. Hey Sixgun Shorty, it’s good to see you back on the wire, I always enjoyed your posts in the past, In fact I called you a few years ago and discussed a couple of second generation colts that I had inherited from my uncle and a recommended gunsmith from you, (alas I have not got them done yet but I did get the hammer notches fixed), anyways glad to see you back

  2. Thanks Jim Very kind of you indeed after 16 orthopedic and neurosurgeries , mostly back , neck , and 2 artificial shoulders, in 2014 when my wife passed away, I gave up my Class III FFL and retired not only from business but from SASS competition ... Reluctantly, but no choice. To say I miss it would be an understatement! Surprisingly I still get a lot of calls from SASS Pards regarding Colts which I am only to happy to discuss . As you know , Colt has radically changed now that CZ purchased them I can tell you with authority that ANY generation of Colt SAA and 1911
  3. Not a thing..Except reconnecting with old SASS Pards from the earlier days of SASS and catching up after a much too long hiatus...A few of us have had med issues that 'forced' them to retire' from competitive shooting , Like Me, and missing the old days of SASS and bringing old friends up to speed on what 's been going on and what in my case, one of the things I've done to make up for not being able to cowboy any longer... I agree with you, out of place perhaps on the SASS Wire, but like i said it's mainly about reconnecting with what was a huge part of my life for 12 years and a lo
  4. The 302 does not like EFI...Chevy told me Not to even try to adapt fuel injection to it...I'm sure you could possibly get it to work, buj it was built for the Big Holley 760 Holley built a one off 4BBL 760cfm carb just for the 302 I live at 7000' in the Sierras..constantly go from 7000' to 4000' in Carson Valley..EFI made a lot more sense than rejetting the carb constantly. Plus I wanted a Custom Z28 that drove better than the original and had EFI due to altitude I did have fun with the original 302, but the ZZ6 350 i replaced it with is much more drivable
  5. Ethan I have a bunch of original parts, gauges, steering wheels, mostly small original accessories, emblems, 302, Camaro,lights, etc etc ,Chevrolet, Hurst shifter and 4 speed Hurst Knob, lots more I sold the original 302 with Holley 760cfm 4 barrel, Hooker headers, and Muncie M21 4 speed If i have anything you may need, they are yours for FREE! I dropped a new Chevy ZZ6 350 ci 420 HP with Edelbrock EFI and Tremec 6 speed in my Resto, Mod....Stainless Works long headers and dual exhaust, Billet specialties wheels and steering wheel..all exterior trim is powder coated black i
  6. Howdy Ethan Actually, I gave my Viper to my Daughter on her 42nd birthday I had an original 1969 Camaro Z28 that I had never gotten around to restoring, so spent nearly 2 years doing a frame off resto mod..all state of the art modern parts except the original body and a few other key parts.... I bought it as a numbers matching original 302 Z28, but decided to resto it into a show car after driving it stock for several years...Finally finished it and have been making the car show circuit for a few years prior to Covid In the summer, it's my daily driver..Not much good in Lake T
  7. Hey Big Jake Nice collection of Colts! Wish i could help you with parts, but the one part i no longer have are generational loading gates If you find one, make sure it has a part number stamped on it( will not be the serial #!)....Not all do, but your 1st gens should all have a parts # on the gate I retired and gave up my FFL Class 3 License 6 years ago when my wife passed away. I still have a lot of parts and a lot of Colt SAA's and 1911's...probably ought to start selling them as i don't shoot very much anymore One thing I've found about being a Colt Collecto
  8. Wow! Didn't know anyone remembered me! Many Thanks to al!
  9. Wow! great stuff and great memories! SASS was a everything to Me for many years, ,till age and body wore out! Great post! THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES! I haven't even looked at the Wire in years, so this was big fun...My old Pard Yakima Kid contacted me and am really enjoying the wire! To all My Old Pards That still remember Me, Hope you are all well and doing great! I miss every one of you! Best years of my Life! Keep on 'Keepin' On! Yer Pard, Sixgun Shorty #35717
  10. Can't adopt you...You eat too much!

    1. WymoreWrangler SASS 46187L

      WymoreWrangler SASS 46187L

      But I'm on a diet!!!!  LMAO!!!!

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