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Boulder Canyon Bob# 32052L

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About Boulder Canyon Bob# 32052L

  • Rank
    Member
  • Birthday 04/13/1948

Previous Fields

  • SASS Number or "Guest"
    32052L
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Crow River Rangers/Black Hills Shootists

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    http://schofieldbob.wix.com/blackhillsshootists
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  • Yahoo
    schofieldbob@yahoo.com

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Black Hills of South Dakota/Arizona
  • Interests
    Shooting, Motorcycles,RVing

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  1. Thanks, he was a great friend and I'll always treasure his friendship.
  2. Marshal Cotton aka Dwain Hudson a very long time SASS member, regulator and all around great guy and a great friend passed away unexpectedly today. Dwain was member of the Black Hills Shootists , but moved around and shot all over the South and West. He will be missed.
  3. Yeah, so was I. He was late 50's 6' and maybe 180 lbs.
  4. I had my 64 gun 750 lb safe moved into my lower level through the patio door from my trailer. Called my LGS that also sells safes and hired a guy to do it. He did it himself and charged me $150. I was impressed, when he showed up by himself I figured it was going to spend the night outside while he got help, but he got it in by himself.
  5. You're a better man than I Gunga Din. I'd screw it up in heart beat.
  6. Thanks for the replies. I'll check them out.
  7. Who would be a good choice to reline a barrel in a 85 low wall .22 I recently purchased? Thanks
  8. That could be, I had some that got left in my wet tumbler for quite a while while I recovered from rotator cuff surgery. Those may have been in there. The more I think about it the more likely that sounds. Thanks Thanks for the tip.
  9. I let them air dry. I've done this for a couple of years and this is the first time it happened. My have to send the wife out while I dry them in the oven. When we were racing motorcycles she'd come home and I would have sheets of Lexan in the oven making windscreens for motorcycle fairings
  10. No, I wet tumble, then deprime and reload.
  11. I briefly tried to pick out the stuck pieces to no avail. I then put them back in the tumbler for 3 hours thinking it might clean them out, still no joy. I tried using a hand held primer pocket reamer, but that made no difference. It's like they're glued in somehow. Gonna set them aside for some time when I have more patience (Yeah like that'll ever happen). Thanks for the responses.
  12. Yeah, sorry for my calling it the wrong name.
  13. All of a sudden I'm getting primers separating when I deprime my brass. Brass is Starline used, but number of times ,loaded varies, Federal large pistol primers, caliber is 44-40. Out of 100 pieces of brass I got about 15 that this happened on. The sides or anvil stays in the brass and the top is ejected , of course a new primer can't be seated. Hate to just recycle the offending pieces, but thought I'd check and see if anyone else has run into this.
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