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Red Cent

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  1. Just don't list all your accomplishments on your profile. They b...........gripe about using bandwidth or some other such crap.
  2. On my shotgun belt. I strongly believe they are earned and should be worn proudly. That same year they gave statues instead of buckles. You can't wear/show off a statue. We got buckles also. Never under estimate a man's ego. Now, I never had much of an ego. Well...................
  3. May I add my favorite? Not tryin' to blaspheme. I love their "smooth" blended harmony.
  4. http://stores.leeshavergunsmithing.com/ Outstanding sights. The $225.00 economy Soule is great. Add front globe with level for $85.00.
  5. Cody has been doing the conversion to the 45ACP. http://codyscowboyshop.com/
  6. uh oh. I bet you run around with those folks at High Country. Met Otter yet? Welcome to the best fun you can find.
  7. http://assra.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.pl?num=1091212612
  8. And to get it really interesting: After you have sanded, wetted the wood and raised the hairs for final sanding, you need to get some ArmorAll along with the TruOil. Spray the stock lightly with ArmorAll. Tip the bottle of TruOil to wet down the tips of the three middle fingers and rub on the TruOil lightly. The TruOil should "harden"/ "dry" up quickly. Continue until you have done the stock and fore end. After you get through, you should be able to start with another coat. Like a lot of other things in the world, we make startling discoveries. And yes, it works. The '73 in the picture was refinished using the method described. And I have done others. No, I did not discover it. I did discover this article. First, for those who don't read the whole article:) "Armor All (yes, the kind you use on tires and your dashboard) will cause Tru oil to harden almost immediately and bond to the coat beneath it. I would spray into my hand and rub the whole stock down with just the film on my hands. It does, however, dull the finish just slightly so don't do this for final finsh. It helped for the wiping on/off phase to get the nice translucence." http://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=331108
  9. SS, barrels should not be tightened that much in any receiver.
  10. Get a can of Strypeeze. You can remove all the finish in less than an hour. Also get a small bottle of TruOil. Read up on TruOil and stock refinishing. Time consuming but not difficult.
  11. I would think any gunsmith would replace a barrel. It ain't like the 'smith is guaranteeing the Henry to run fast and reliable. At the worst he buys a Green Mountain barrel, has the 'smith cut the tenon and screw it onto the receiver. Any other cuts is a piece of cake.
  12. The dollars were all over the place. No way you could have used them to rank the movies. For instance: #75 - Blackthorn Smart Rating: 80.65 Release Year: 2011 Inflation-Adjusted U.S. Box Office Earnings: $210,357 #79 - Quigley Down Under Smart Rating: 80.18 Release Year: 1990 Inflation-Adjusted U.S. Box Office Earnings: $36,426,200 Quigley next to last!!??? Balderdash!!!!
  13. Who and how did they came up with their rated choices. Boy, do they need some SASS advisors to get it right. http://movies.prettyfamous.com/stories/19384/best-western-films-wayne-eastwood
  14. Look in the dictionary under warthog. There is a picture there of........
  15. We ran Doc off the east coast a long time ago. I got a copy of "Breaking the Shot" around here somewhere
  16. Larsen E., is the Winchester spring hour glassed?
  17. A properly constructed holster for SASS competition needs some tweaking from the common straight hang single ply holster. It needs to be necessarily stiff, constructed and molded to allow the shooter replace the gun in the holster quite often on the move. It needs a slight bit of retention for running but not enough to impede the draw. A speed rig for a Senior (used to be one) and practiced with endlessly will fill the bill for the other categories mentioned. If possible, pick out a shooter/leather crafter that can talk nuts and bolts.
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    "A revenge Western film set in the 1890s, where a man arrives in a small town seeking vengeance for his murdered friend." Ethan Hawke and John Travolta
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  21. I don't have the ringing problem after all these years. Wish I could find those d......crickets.
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