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Frederick Jackson Turner

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  1. Well done! A meteoric rise for a talented and hardworking shootress... Cheers, FJT
  2. Wow. That's just about as good as a match can be done. Great props, excellent stage scenarios, challenging but very hittable stage distances, a couple of great meals thrown in, and the best folks you will find, anywhere. Beartrap, Choctaw Gal, Clint Steel, Double AA, Highway Rider, and all the rest of the Cajon Cowboys crew did a superb job. Thanks for a great weekend! Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!!! Cheers, FJT
  3. Worked like a charm, and looks great. Easy to edit, too. Thanks, Misty! Cheers, FJT
  4. HIGHLY suspect, I agree! I look forward to seeing you on the "Group W" bench, then! Cheers, FJT
  5. Bump, for a match put on by one of the best clubs out there! Cheers, FJT
  6. Hendo; I believe that is the Savior guitar gun case. Hud uses one to transport all four guns. A warning - it's pretty danged heavy with all four aboard. I've had better luck using a Pelican, and just slapping a "Fender" sticker on the outside... ;-) Cheers, FJT
  7. I always liked that guy; have a couple of great stories about good times with him. We'll miss you, Chet. Best of luck in your new location. Sadly, FJT
  8. Don't know if I even merit mention in the conversation, but I'd say the same about you, Joe. -FJT
  9. Lassiter is as good as it gets. As a shooter, for sure, but more than that; as a person. Cheers, FJT
  10. Lassiter is a terrific gunsmith, a great shooter, and an even better guy. Pencils down. FJT
  11. ANOTHER amazing match by one of the best shooters (and nicest guys!) in the game. Congrats, Champ! FJT
  12. Agreed! Great posse, though, and, a good-looking wagon, that... Cheers, FJT
  13. We try to keep the cat squeezing and the kilt wearing confined to appropriate message boards, laddie. Chilluns may be reading this! :-0 Cheers, FJT
  14. Hi, B-Water! I have given this info to Ms. Penny; she and I will be discussing the logistics of making the trip, tomorrow. I can tell you this - she sure wants to make it out! Cheers, and thanks, Beartrap! FJT
  15. I am so sorry to hear this, for you, his family, and the rest of us. He was a great guy, and he will be sorely missed... Sincere best wishes, Frederick Jackson Turner
  16. Midway has them, as does Boyd's: https://www.boydsgunstocks.com/custom-search-results Cheers! FJT
  17. I like poppers! I know it adds a bit of set-up time, but I wish there were more reactive targets at our local matches... Cheers, FJT
  18. They are good kit; a bit stiffer than Federals, but I never had a problem with them not going off in my Lassiter Rugers. Cheers, FJT
  19. That's a fair question. Turkish metallurgy and assembly can be a bit spotty. Many of the firearms which we employ are a starting point for what can/might be made into a good gun. This will likely be one of them. Be mindful of the different levels of use which are in evidence throughout Cowboy Action Shooting, as your mileage may vary. And, to be fair, few folks take a NIB Uberti 1873 to the range, without work being done on it. I know a couple of cowboy gunsmiths that are already working on tuning, springs and firing pins for this one. Remember; the original guns were never meant to be shot as much, or as hard, as most of us use them. Keep that in mind, and you'll be ok. Cheers, FJT
  20. I know there's a Deuce video out, but I have to add, having handled the new Navy Arms 12 ga. Coach Gun at the SHOT Show last week, I'm glad to see a new presence in the market. Val is a great guy, and he's clearly listening to the marketplace. With the Charles Dalys being vaporware, and Stoeger absent from the market due to supply chain issues, it's nice to see another player in the game It might even take some of the market pressure off the limited existing supplies of SxS for cowboys! Cheers, FJT
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