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  1. What could happen? 1 - The cap fires just like it's supposed to. "Yee Haa" 2- The cap does not fire the first time it is hit, but fires fine the second, or third, time. (1st hammer fall seated the cap more firmly on the nipple so it would fire on the second strike) "Darn it" "Well, OK then" 3 - The cap is so loose it falls off when the pistol is pointed up. "whoops" 4 - The caps are so loose that when the first shot is fired the rest of the caps fall off. "Well, poop" 5 - The cap fires and splits so it falls off into the action
  2. Just the dogs. The cats don't listen and don't care.
  3. Thanks. I know he was talking about a Stoeger, but, I don't own a Stoeger and I didn't know if they were inertia triggers or not. So, I'm out on this one. Good luck with the shotgun, Burl. Angus
  4. Single trigger shotguns with INERTIA triggers need the recoil from the first barrel FIRING to set the second hammer to fall when the trigger is pulled again. Mechanical triggers just need you to pull the trigger a second time for the second barrel to fire. That's why you'll find most competition .410 shotguns equipped with mechanical triggers. The .410 doesn't generate enough recoil to reliably reset the trigger for the second shot. You can dry fire mechanical triggers for two shots. You'll only get one "click" dry firing an inertial trigger unless you bump the buttstock before the second
  5. +1 Had an Aussie a few years back and now have an Aussie Border Collie mix. We also had a Collie way back when the kids were small. Also a great dog, but had heat problems in the summer so we had to keep him shaved in the summer. I'm not a fan of Pitbulls. They're great if they are yours. Very, I would say overly, protective. We fostered one for a friend a number of years back and she was great with our family and animals. We had a couple instances when she lit out after a wandering stray dog and once when she lit out after a young neighbor who wandered onto our property. N
  6. Thanks for the info. When it gets closer to my time to head out there I'll do a little deeper dive to see what club is closest to where in LA I am staying and try to find the time to stop by. Angus
  7. I might could be in the Los Angeles area in Mid-August and was wondering what CAS clubs would be close by, should I get the time to stop by and visit. Travel plans are not yet set in stone, but I may be in the area on the weekends of the 14-15 and 21-22. Likely arriving on the 14th and leaving on the 22nd. Which, I guess, means I'd be looking for a match to visit on the 15th or 21st. I won't be traveling with guns (which is going to feel really weird), but hope I might get the chance to say "Howdy" to a couple of you California Cowboys and watch ya'll shoot a bit. Th
  8. If it's going to be jelly my preference is Blackberry. Otherwise my favorite "PB& ___" sandwich is a Fluffer Nutter. Peanut Butter and Marshmallow fluff. I tried the PB & banana thing. I had to. It is said to be Elvis' favorite. I'm not a fan. Of the sandwich, that is. Elvis is The King. Angus
  9. I'm as old as my tongue and a little older than my teeth. Angus
  10. The first gun I ever owned was a Japanese 6.5 mm Arisaka rifle. My parents bought it at a garage sale for $8 and gave it to me for Christmas. It was "broken" and wouldn't shoot. The safety was stuck on and the bolt handle was halfway between up and down. A friend of the family was a "gun guy" and when I showed him the rifle he whacked the bolt handle with the palm of his hand a couple times knocking it into the down position. The safety was then easily turned off and TADA! the gun worked fine. My mom was not pleased. The rifle was almost as tall as me. The Friend of family loaded u
  11. Kinda like an old folks home - lots of depends. At what point did you put your hands into your pockets? I must assume at least one was out of the pocket when you knocked on the door. If both in pockets I'd have to wonder why he unlocked the door without first asking you to remove your hands from your pockets. If you put your hand(s) into your pocket(s) when he started to open the door that could set off some red flags to him. What, exactly, did you do when you felt the sneeze coming on and where was he in his action of unlocking and opening the door? You were there, after hours, asking h
  12. I must confess my ignorance. I wouldn't know a Warrant Officer if I hit one in the crosswalk. Corporal, Sgt., Capt., Lt. Col. I got. I have no idea what the insignia is for a WO. 1 or 5. Don't even try explaining all the Navy stuff, Boatswain, Machinist Mate, etc., etc. Angus
  13. Duelist, Frontiersman and Gunfighter REQUIRE you to cock and shoot the pistol using only one hand. Frontiersman also requires the use of Cap and Ball pistols. Gunfighter allows you to hold a loaded pistol in each hand at one time alternating shots from each pistol. In GF you MAY shoot with one pistol out at a time, but you must still cock and shoot using only one hand. In any other shooting category you can hold the pistol in two hands cocking with the support hand and pulling the trigger with the strong hand. If I erred citing the above I'm sure someone will come
  14. I've never been rich, but I've never been dirt poor. I've known folks that had to resort to thievery to feed the family. Literally living paycheck to paycheck, the dad, once, stole a couple bags of groceries out of the back of a car when he was laid off work for a couple weeks. They had some weird meals for a few days, but at least they had food. All in all I suppose I've been blessed. Maybe not living large, but living none the less. Angus
  15. I love the alias. TS, I suspect he's planning on using the 12 ga. Model '87 for a CAS gun, not the .410 Henry. Angus
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