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Boomstick Bruce

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About Boomstick Bruce

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  • Birthday 12/18/1974

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    105711
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    CASS WV

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    West Virginia
  • Interests
    SASS/CAS, Cap and Ball revolvers, Antique guns, Motorcycles

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  1. Looking for a 36cal 51 Navy for a project I'm working on, maker unimportant. I'd prefer a brass frame but will take a steel gun for the right price. I'm trying to do this as cheaply as I can since I'll be raffling the gun off, so the uglier/cheaper the better! What ya got laying around collecting dust???
  2. I have Wolff 32280's in both my Remingtons.
  3. ask all the questions you want here, http://1858remington.com/discuss/index.php its full or remington shooters and collectors, like myself. i shoot a pair of uberti 58's converted to 45 colt myself, they are the guns in my avatar
  4. Up for sale is a couple of black powder guns i dont shoot. im selling because its time for me to get a decent rig, which as you know, is not cheap. first up: unknown maker 12 Ga sxs muzzle loader shotgun: bore is not too bad for its age, wasnt very well taken care of. if you were to replace the nipples, it could be a shooter again but for now its just a wall hanger. in fair shape for its age. under the barrel it does have the leige proof stamp but thats all i could find, may be english, may be something else, i just dont know. PENDING TRADE steel frame pietta 44 58 remington 8" barrel with adjustable sites: i bought this as a project i was going to build another stubby out of but it didnt want its barrel cut off so i rebuilt it, tuned it and timed it. it shoots amazingly well and is pinpoint accurate! has some minor pitting in the barrel but the chambers are near perfect. she's got some wounds and scratches but is a good solid shooter! $175 shipped to your door steel frame Uberti 1860 colt 44: I got this in a trade and took it out and shot it once, it is a nail driver! it has been tuned and has had the arbor length fixed. locks up tight and like i said before, shoots fantastic! Has tresco nipples. a few minor dings in the grips and has a light marks at the bolt lock slots but otherwise in beautiful condition $275 shipped to your door. payment via paypal (preferred) postal m.o., check, cash etc...
  5. Would you be interested a trade for a cap and ball revolver?
  6. +1 i started with a 20" rossi 92 saddle ring carbine and still have it, i added a stainless 20" rossi 92 SRC and thats now my main match rifle, only because it matches my revolvers... you can get two 92's for about the price of one 94...
  7. i shoot estate 1oz, 2 3/4 dram... nice light recoil for my doubles and shucks out well too had a new shooter at last months match show up with 3" birdshot, after the first two went off, the r.o. stopped him... we pitched in some shells for him to use... boy was that impressive to hear go off inside our line shack!!! lol
  8. My 07 Honda vtx1800f, red. My 92 Kawasaki "Vulcan 88" black. My 99 Honda Shadow vlx600 blue. before I sold it.
  9. I once hooked a jumper wire from the brake light switch in my dad's old 60's Chevy truck to the horn... It was hilarious, every time he hit the brakes, the horn blew! He didn't find it as amusing as I did... Back when I lived in Maine I was in this off-road/ Jeep club. We had this real obnoxious young rich kid that always made a scene and knew everything about everything. Well he got plastered one night at a bonfire party and he passed out on his Jeep. We threw a rope over a huge tree branch and pulled his winch cable over the branch, hooked the cable to itself in a loop and hung him and the Jeep about 3 feet off the ground from that tree. My idea was just to leave the winch hooked up so he'd have to figure out how to unhook it. I left before they ran the cable in and actually hung the whole Jeep out of the tree so I didn't get to see it. Also I wasn't there the next morning but from what I heard it was hilarious with him trying to get his Jeep out of the tree.
  10. Years back, say around 09, I rode my motorcycle to the mall in Bangor, Maine. I wandered around for about an hour and a half, came out and my bike was gone!!! I walked around the parking lot for a good 20 minutes before I decided it had been stolen. So I go to the mall security office and have them call the police. Police arrive and take a statement and get a description of the bike, tag#, etc. As the officer is leaving, a call comes across the radio that they had found the bike! It was parked on the other side of the mall... I felt like an idiot and I swore I didn't park it over there. Needless to say, the police weren't very amused and I got a stern talking to about it. I didn't tell anyone about it I was so embarrassed. 3 days later a friend of mine stops by while in cleaning up the property and gets out of his truck and says "I see you found your bike" "What? How did you.... You son of a b!*@#!!!" He saw it sitting there and pushed it all the way around to the other side of the mall and left. Funniest prank ever pulled, and it was on me...
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