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  1. Our range master ar every safety meeting announce that if a gun can't be cleared at the unloaded table, the gun should be taken to the vehicle in a safe manner.
  2. You have the advantage of little to no experience with either brand. Therefore you can adapt to either one. The first center fire pistol I ever shot was a Colt SAA. Since then, nothing else was the same. I have a bunch of Uberti - including Taylor's Smoke Wagons that is pretty much the same as an Evil Roy. But I can feel the difference. I had a pair of Ruger Vaqueros and they never felt right and I never got accustomed to the Ruger world. Just taking a survey is not going to help. It's really up to you to keep trying, handling and shooting to decide. B
  3. Colt could possibly interchange with Pietta. But they tend to be on the pricey side.
  4. Another way would be to join two tubes together. Mark Novak lengthen a tube on a 86 Winchester. If you could conceal the joint under the forearm, it would be simple to use a short section of tube to connect and just solder or JB Weld or epoxy the joint.
  5. The movie "Freeway" with Reese Witherspoon. Totally unexpected. A little past our level of comfort most of the time. It's the Lettle Red Ridinghood story turned into a modern interurban horror story. You have to endure about the first forth to the point where Kiefer Sutherland comes into the story.
  6. I don't have any that's not already in use. The link I posted above to Gun Parts Corp is really Numrich.
  7. See if you can make one of these work. https://www.gunpartscorp.com/search#query=Marlin 1894 tube
  8. At another club we frequent, they always have shot in sign-up order. Then after each stage, the first shooter rotates to last and everyone moves up one. I can't remember a time in 8 years we've shot there where it's been different.
  9. A combination. It's usually the decision of the posse leader. I see times when "shoot when ready" results an a half dozen shooters elbowing to get to the loading table while the stage directions are being read. Even if we shoot in order, there is no problem with someone wanting to shoot some other time.
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