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    Coyote Valley Cowboys, Coyote Valley Sharpshooters, Full-time Mr. Mom and part-time leatherworker and bullet caster

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  1. Tighten the set screw, it shouldn't fall out like that.
  2. If you are using it for any kind of Cowboy shoot you probably won't need the gas check.
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  4. Well, it's better than not carrying at all, which is the choice where I live.
  5. You could always get a double buckle belt and put the loops on the center piece.
  6. I don't care where you are, you don't need to know if the guns were real or loaded. Not even in California. It is all about perception and intent. But it's going to cost you in lawyer's fees no matter what, even if you were right. It gets down to, if you think you are going to die, then shoot. As an ex-cop and an ex-armored truck driver, we had to think about these things every day, and plan ahead. You can't be measuring all the pros and cons in the moment of crisis, or you will probably die.
  7. Most any of these buckles could be made to work, especially if you use slides. Permanent loops could also be used, but the adjustability will be limited. http://civilwarbuckles.com/pages/US.html
  8. On another note, the local Columbine officials say they are not a tourist attraction, so don't go there if you have some fascination with the school shooting. And yet they have Memorial services every year.
  9. Why would they be Berdan primed? They aren't that old, they are from Ducks Unlimited.
  10. I just re-newed mine by mail. I got the old version, I already have a Passport. The last place i want to go to is the DMV.
  11. Trailboss works great as long as you shoot loads with a decent charge. I like it as it is just one more level of protection against loading a double charge in my wife and kid's loads. I can't really put a price on that.
  12. Naw, he wouldn't do that. He would write a stage where you shoot the regular 10 and THEN shoot 4 with the '49's. And only get a bonus if you shoot the rifle targets with them!
  13. Just remember, it is not an EMF, it is an Uberti. So any Uberti parts, including the Short stroke kit, will work.
  14. I have a couple of .32's, a few in 38 S&W and 2 1849'ers, so I think I'm good for now! And I do have a holster pattern for 49ers when you're ready for that holster. Better finish up your knife sheath first, though And Tyrel's BP bullets for the grips. Which don't fit MY Opentops but do fit my wife's. Weird. So it looks like I'm going to be doing some gripframe swapping this weekend, as I ain't giving up those nice elk antler grips!
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