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Bugler

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About Bugler

  • Birthday 05/19/1956

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  • SASS #
    62920
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Montana Territory Peacemakers, Makoshika Gunslingers

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Billings, Montana
  • Interests
    Many shooting sports disciplines....from NRA 3 & 4 position smallbore, air rifle, smallbore silhouette, USPSA/IDPA/ICORE NRA Hi Power Rifle,
    Also semi-professional trumpet player as well as a real deal bugler and play graveside for deceased veterans and their families.

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  1. Set up for 6 rounds.... not a Norinco....not sure what series,but can find out Joe Cross....this is Donk's 97
  2. A dear friend has a 97 with a problem I don't understand.....when loaded with 6 rounds for a Wild Bunch shoot the only way he can run the slide bar to chamber a round is to cock the hammer first, which he must do for the first 4 rounds and then he can run the gun normally on the last two rounds. Any suggestions my eagle eyed 97 guru's? Bugler PS. Who is doing 97 work these days? Seems so many of the tried and proven have retired.
  3. Are you wanting to use a 60mm or 80 mm objective lens? Randy
  4. Here in Billings during sight in days where I am a Chief Range Officer, the Vortex Razor dominates......see an occasional Nikon, Leica and Swarovski. I personally use the old Kowa TSN-1 angled 25x eyepiece, have used it since 1989 when I shot NRA Service Rifle....still a fabulous scope. Bugler
  5. NCIC is the stolen firearm data base used in law enforcement
  6. Also in Billings, Montana Law Dog hat company.....fabulous gentleman and a big time supporter of or SASS matches!! Randy
  7. In 1971 or so we bought my dad a Navy Arms replica of the Yellowboy in .38 special...........fast forward to last summer when the rifle slid off the bench and broke the rear sight. Anyone have an idea as to what dove tail Navy Arms used on these......I believe most, if not all dimensions were metric. The sight seems to have a much shorter distance from the dovetail to the back of the receiver. I have some Winchester 94 and Marlin sights that are too long. Is this known as a short shank sight? Where can I purchase another? Thanks to ALL!!! Bugler
  8. I have read about Civil War soldiers putting candle wax on the caps after being seated but not charged. Bugler
  9. Not this year, I have a badly injured leg.....was moving my new gun safe in I fell backward snapping all three tendons from the top of the femur, while my left foot was snagged under the axle of the cart. The surgeon was able to surgically re-attach all three without any cadaver tissue.........all of my summer events are put on hold while I recover. Randy
  10. Dave, Have used 6 gr. of Unique for many years with great success! Might work for you as well..... Randy
  11. Would have been honored to sound TAPS on his behalf......I do so 4-5 times a week here in Billings Montana. Bugler
  12. Bugler

    MY name is:

     

    David  L. Murphy

    561 Sky Drive

    Clarkdale, AZ  928649-3728

     

    A  $25.00 check or money order would be fine.

    PM your Name and address to me so that I know where to send it.

    My Cell number is 1 (928 ) 533-5583

    Thanks,

    Fallon

    1. Bugler

      Bugler

      Randy Grow

      Box 22506

      Billings, Montana 59104

      1-406-839-0081 C

      Check will go out in the AM...............Thank You!

  13. Aerosol sight black works well for me....spray it on before the match and will often go the entire match...if not....over to the safe area and re-spray. Have also used my carbide sight black lamp (Gunsmoke) with real carbide...left over from my NRA Service rifle days....gets things REALLY black and is non reflective as well....folks DO look at you however! Bugler
  14. Thanks Marauder!! Didn't know Milburn Stone sang with Harry James......know all about Ken Curtis and his singing in the Sons of the Pioneers and with Dorsey.....what a voice when he was singing....not all the hillbilly ridge runner voice when he was in character. Bugler
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