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About 357wheelgunner

  • Birthday 12/25/1950

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    On the Dungeness flats in the shadow of Mt Olympus
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    Leather work, Gunsmithing, Woodworking, RV'ing, learning about SASS
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  1. Hmmm, for what it's worth I think you are looking for stove "pipe" boots, not stove "top" boots. I know, picky, picky.
  2. NOE BULLET MOLDS.they make a very good mold reasonable prices and make "true Keith design" SWC molds in several weights. http://noebulletmolds.com/NV/index.php?cPath=37
  3. I had a pet peeve for a while, till it attacked my 20 year old single malt, so I sicked my nauga on him but they became amorously entwined and now I have a bunch of drunk peeve nauga's running around the place! Dang anybody want one, or a dozen? Running and ducking and grinning!
  4. I gotta weigh in in favor of the Rossi 92 as well, tis what I would get if I had a pack of young'uns comming up. You can buy two or three of them for the price of a 73 and the will run darn near as fast. The 16" version will fit 10 38's and with a cut down stock (save the cut off piece to screw back on as they grow) they make a pretty nice kids gun. If you go the Rossi route look up Steve's Guns https://store.stevesgunz.com/ For a very good video on DIY slick up, very informative as well. Steve is a great guy to work with and sure knows his Ross's! Good luck with yer home growed posse!
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