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  1. Yes indeed. Try a bunch of stuff out. Take a look at categories as well since leather style is dictated in some. Try some more andbthen go have fun. I have 32s 38s 45s ended up with. 32 Rugers, 38 Rifle for cowboy. Pt1911 45acp, marlin 45 colt for WB is current. Of course had to get a BAMM rifle k31, a Marlin in 45-70, a Sharps in 45-70, a Merwwin Hulbert 32 for all the fun side matches. See it is addictive.
  2. Almost any but yep Bordertown right outside historic Tombstone. Folks work hard and it shows. Considering the open spot list fills out in 3 days, they must be doing something right! They are even having to limit the Wild Bunch shooters.
  3. Sign up in B western. Any shooting style, any legal main match revolvers. So you can do duelest and if you need or want usebyour adjustable sight 58.
  4. Nice! My WB rifle is actually my most B western look job. It is one of the new Remlin 1894 Cowboy Limiteds. Nice would but not like yours. However the receiver is engraved and it has the gold Marlin logo on the side opposite the loading gate side. It had a gold trigger, but replaced also with a gold RP trigger and gold RP loading gate so looks more like a B western job. I still think yours looks better though!
  5. Thanks OLG I forgot that I added that as well to all my Marlins WB and Cowboy. They are all set up the same way except the Marlin CBC does not have the RP trigger in it. My WB rifle and the 1895 for longer range does. The only thing is the RP loading gate, worked fine for the Remilin 1894 limited and the 1895 but just would not work like the factory part for the CBC. It seemed like it was just a bit too long. I think that is why I have hesitated on the trigger but then again everything else worked. Get around to trying at some point.
  6. On my Remlin that I use for WB, springs, follower, one piece firing pin and ranger point trigger oncevROC ruled it legal.
  7. Good thing you did not live in Tombstone in the 1880s: Ordinance No.9: "To Provide against Carrying of Deadly Weapons" (effective April 19, 1881). Section 1. It is hereby declared unlawful to carry in the hand or upon the person or otherwise any deadly weapon within the limits of said city of Tombstone, without first obtaining a permit in writing. Section 2: This prohibition does not extend to persons immediately leaving or entering the city, who, with good faith, and within reasonable time are proceeding to deposit, or take from the place of deposit such deadly weapon. Section 3: All fire-arms of every description, and bowie knives and dirks, are included within the prohibition of this ordinance.
  8. Use a Taurus PT1911. Not real rcprsive, runs very reliably.
  9. I guess my feeling is that it does nothing, but their store, their rules. I do have to say observing some oprn carry people around here, they are so oblivious to their surroundings could probably light finger their weapon right off of them.
  10. I was eyeing the Uberti New Model 3 but would like to change the latch from tne Russian to be fixed sight revolver. In the handbook it states: The Beretta “Laramie” rear latch with the adjustable rear sight may be replaced with the rear latch (with fixed sight) from the “Russian” Model to be allowed as a fixed sight model revolver. The New Model 3 is basically the Laramie but reissued by Uberti without the Laramie name plate. My question is does it have to be exactly the Laramie or is the basic copy the New Model 3 also covered? Thank you LV
  11. Welcome and a big Minnie Pearl HOWDEEEE!
  12. Me I started to use an old cement mixer. Holds a ton of brass and solution.
  13. Heck went to gun fighter but CN Double has already moved onto Wild Bunch Gunfighter. Guy is a wonder but two blazing 1911s is something else. I tell you folks he is shootin on a whole different level.
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