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Will Kane

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About Will Kane

  • Birthday 12/04/1952

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  • SASS Number or "Guest"
    48466
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Rio Grande Valley Vaqueros Texas Riviera Pistoleros

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    Male
  • Location
    Weslaco, Texas

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  1. Yes. Those are great videos!
  2. This was my first Trailhead, and I had a blast. I really appreciated the very warm hospitality, and I'm already looking forward to Trailhead 2020. Incidentally, Posse 5 rocked!
  3. Yul, did Tombstone Leather do that for you, or someone else?
  4. Several months ago, I saw a video of Dutch Coroner, who shoots Classic Cowboy with a Tupelo Bando. His hammered double technique was an absolute thing of beauty. I don't recall if the video was posted here on the Wire or on one of the CAS Facebook pages, but it's worth searching for.
  5. Howdy,Cotton. Please PM me with what you have in mind. WK
  6. Forearm is 12-1/4", wrist with snap closed is 8"
  7. I’ve had good results using the small charge bar to drop 3.5 grains of TB into 45 Cowboy Special cases, and the large charge bar to drop 6.2 grains of TB into 45 Colt cases. I have my Dillon 550 grounded and I keep used dryer sheets stuffed in the empty powder reservoirs when not in use.
  8. Thanks for the reply, Warden. I shoot a TTN I recently acquired used, and that was represented as a backup owned by a well known champion Classic Cowboy. It has a nice fit and finish and shucks the hulls just like yours. I cock the hammers the same way you do in the video. While I can do so without difficulty, it seems like I have to exert more force than you do in the video. I really love my TTN, though. It fits me a lot better than the Baikal Bounty Hunter II I've been shooting for several years and its extra weight results in almost zero felt recoil. I don't even have a recoil pad on it. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours. P.S. I'm a long-time lurker and occasional poster on the Wire. I always enjoy your posts, most of which have been very instructive.
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