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wyliefoxEsquire

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  1. It appears that your box box is full I am interested in the 1873 pistol grip
  2. Ah... Scope -- iron? Good to know, 60" at 400 yards = 15 MOA thanks, -wylie
  3. Howdy, I have looked at the web site, no luck. What are the categories / distances for long range?
  4. and the shotgun at the end was at 180 as it was hit on the table.
  5. Has anyone used these targets? https://brunnertargets.com/cowboy-1-popper-c06-cowboy1 If so what do you think?
  6. These look nice. We would like to get some that reset with a cable or rope.
  7. The last two years at EOT Wild Bunch we were allowed to pick brass. A shooter got back most of their brass. The system worked out well. We did not get brass that went forward. Large matches that are time restricted, typically have 15+ on a posse. One or two brass pickers PAYING ATTENTION to the brass can easily pick and move to the unloading table as the next shooter is called to shoot. If rifle is first I will have the brass to the unloading table before the shooter. The only time to get "forward" brass is when there is a downrange, again brass pickers need to watch the purpose of the down range and not be the last to leave down range. Cowpokes who shoot 44-40, as did the original cowpokes, deserve to get their brass back. Brass pickers need to be respectful. Posse marshals need to do their job. Want your brass back? Request that Starr is on your posse. A well organized posse can get back most brass and NOT increase time between "beeps".
  8. Just saw this after being on a trip. If still available I’ll take it. Have a Shiloh 45/110 coming in tomorrow. Need brass. Just pm me and I’ll get payment to you.

     

    Don Spires

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    2. wyliefoxEsquire

      wyliefoxEsquire

      Did you get the brass

    3. Tennessee Longhunter

      Tennessee Longhunter

      Yes, I’m sorry, I planned on letting you know and forgot to. 
      Thanks for the brass,

      Don

    4. wyliefoxEsquire

      wyliefoxEsquire

      I am glad you got them

  9. I fail to see that 9mm was a revolver cartridge during the "Old West". SHB page 2
  10. This would be a good question for the WB 38SPL shooters to answer
  11. OK you were correct, from page 15 in the wbshb Too bad the 9mm is 0.355 versus the 38SPL at 0.357, 9mm comes up 0.002 inches too small Rifle Calibers - Must be centerfire of at least .38 caliber and not larger than .45 caliber. - No rifle calibers are allowed. - Must be in a caliber commonly available. Examples include, but are not limited to, .357 Magnum, .38 Special, .38-40, .44-40, .44 Special, .44 Magnum, and .45 Colt.
  12. Page 39 SHB Rifle Calibers - Must be centerfire of at least .. - Must be in a caliber commonly available in revolvers. Examples include, but are not limited to, .32-20, .32 Magnum, .357 Magnum, .38 Special, .38-40, .44-40, .44 Special, .44 Magnum, and .45 Colt. The only allowed exceptions are the .25-20 and .56-50. No rifle calibers such as .30-30 or .38-55 are allowed. 9mm is at least 32 caliber and not larger than .45 caliber The question then becomes the meaning/intent of caliber commonly available in revolvers. Commonly available in Old West (SHB page 2) or anytime frame. I would hope it means Old West Reference Wikipedia 9×19mm Parabellum Originally designed by Austrian firearm designer Georg Luger in 1901,
  13. Also on the "video" (not really a video) the hammer had a mark from the bolt extension due to the over cocking.
  14. https://www.taylorsfirearms.com/tc73-rifle-18-9mm-tuned.html?utm_source=Taylor's+Firearms+General+Newsletter&utm_campaign=8611bc46b3-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2023_09_29_01_46_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_-b4707354c6-[LIST_EMAIL_ID]&mc_cid=8611bc46b3&mc_eid=2bee2a88f4
  15. I noticed that the rubber butt plate is not shown at all. There was one spot in the video that shows the threaded muzzle. $2,099
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