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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
  • ICQ
    0
  • Yahoo
    schofieldbob@yahoo.com

Profile Information

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

Recent Profile Visitors

  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. You've been waiting for hats since you were 12?
  4. Yeah, so was I. He was late 50's 6' and maybe 180 lbs.
  5. 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.
  6. You're a better man than I Gunga Din. I'd screw it up in heart beat.
  7. Thanks for the replies. I'll check them out.
  8. Who would be a good choice to reline a barrel in a 85 low wall .22 I recently purchased? Thanks
  9. 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.
  10. 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
  11. No, I wet tumble, then deprime and reload.
  12. 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.
  13. Yeah, sorry for my calling it the wrong name.
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