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  1. 13 minutes ago, Gateway Kid SASS# 70038 Life said:

    I still have my copy of big red sky!

    A little scratched up but still pretty good music!

    Regards

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    Gateway Kid

    What a nice thing to say; thanks!

    FJT

  2. Removing the lever safety was not uncommon in the early days of short-stroking rifles.  If you own a rifle that had it removed, you should seriously consider having it re-installed.  It may save you some money and a lot of potential grief...

     

    Cheers,

    FJT

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  3. The Cajon Cowboys did a wonderful job once again, hosting the California State SASS Championships, Weather was California perfect on Saturday and Sunday, the stages were fun'n'fast, and the banquet was one of the most delicious I have ever tasted. There was even some guy with a guitar entertaining the banquet with his songs based on the adventures and misadventures of cowboy action shooting!

     

    The weather on Friday is going to go down in the books, though...yikes!  it was warmer in Montana.  But for all the hardy souls that braved it, and then slipped out of their long johns and slapped on suntan lotion, the weekend was a great one.

     

    Many props to the participants, especially the up and coming first-time category champs !

     

    Scores here: http://cajoncowboys.com/Scores/CAState24oa.html

     

    Cheers,

    FJT

     

     

     

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  4. If cost is an issue, get a Stoeger, and have a cowboy gunsmith set it up for you.  It's flaws are well known and easily rectified.

     

    Turkish makers are opening and closing factories on a near-weekly basis, and you will find that support for guns in the pipeline is generally pretty non-existent.

     

    Good luck!

     

    Cheers,

    FJT

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  5. Just back from the SHOT Show.  Looked and felt solid in person, but I don't think it is currently aimed at the cowboy market.  The tupperware stock is geared for practicality, not tradition, and the optional wood stock is too pricey to being chucking about on sketchy range tables.

    Glad to see S&W enter the market, though!

     

    Cheers,

    FJT

  6. Not quite in the window mentioned, but too good not to post.  The Last Stand, in Florida; circa 2003... Lefty Longridge, Lusty Lil, Lead Dispencer, and FJT...

     

    Cheers,

    FJT

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