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Flatbush

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    Bristol Plains Pistoleros, Oconomowoc Cattleman's Association

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    Male
  • Location
    Milwaukee Territory, Wisconsin
  • Interests
    whiskey, women, guns, & iron horses

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  1. Great tutorial, thanks Widder!
  2. Thanks for the replies fellas. My "honey-do" projects are done, so I think I'll take a stab at the 336.
  3. That's for sure! But I was hoping to have it ready for deer hunting season! lol
  4. I was wondering if a Marlin Model 336 .30-.30 can be slicked up to operate as smooth (or close to it) as the 1894 Marlins. Not to use for CAS of course, but I've got a Model 30AS with a pretty stiff action that I'd like to slick up like my buttery smooth 1894. Is the work that's done on an 1894 effective on a 336?
  5. Looks like Sportsmans Warehouse is sold out of the Black MZ. That's too bad. At $9.99 per pound I can learn to live without the flames.
  6. ‚ÄčTyrel Cody,that's a good one!
  7. Huckleberry and George Emmett put on a SASS presentation at Sportsman's Warehouse in Milwaukee. I sold some modern guns to fund some old timey guns and have been hooked ever since. Couple of years later Johnny McCrae got me hooked on NCOWS. It's all kind of addicting!
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