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oak creek martin

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About oak creek martin

  • Birthday 06/23/1963

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  • SASS Number or "Guest"
    105938
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Briggsdale County Shootists Pawnee station Wild Cat Ridge

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Brighton colrado
  • Interests
    . My Family -4H shooting coach. big game hunting, varmint hunting, cooking, and firearms

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  1. Hello Griz if you have pictures of the complete score sheet please post them,just dying to see how all my my friends from Colorado did

    Thanks Oak Creek Martin

    1. Grizzly Dave

      Grizzly Dave

      if you have facebook, this will take you to the first page and you can scroll thru

       

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    2. Grizzly Dave

      Grizzly Dave

      or maybe not.  not my pics, just saw someone else post them.

  2. Morning Larsen, if you dont sell the rugers in 32 mag at winter range please contact me. Thank You Oak Creek Martin

  3. Yeah what Assassin said ! If it feels right it is right.
  4. I can honestly say that the money that we spent on our Henry Golden boy having Widder do his magic on it is the biggest bang for the buck that I have ever spent on any fire arm in my life. I cannot say enough good things about what he does. And he is one of the nicest people I have ever met in cowboy action shooting. Start stocking up on ammo your going to need it!
  5. Make sure that the front sight blade is cleaned properly, clean the new shire hit sight properly. Use good epoxy and tape or clamp in place. Let dry overnight before final fitting. Enjoy
  6. You are completely safe to use a shop vac type of vacuum to suck up primers. The items that go up the hose never go through a beater bar or any type of mechanical apparatus that would cause the primer to detonate. I would suggest that you clean up then empty the shop vac do not leave primer powders or any reloading residue in the shop vac. I do it all the time and have never had a problem. As far as using the shop vac to clean up gun powder. I am referring to very minimal amounts that sometimes get spilled on the bench or floor. You do have static discharge at times with a shop vac. But that usually comes from vacuuming up in large quantities of material that are of a dry fibrous content. Again just empty the shop vac as soon as you are done and you will be fine.
  7. that is good to know thanks OCM
  8. I’m not sure if you could have them produced on your own. I’ll bet that the artwork is copyrighted by sass and you would have to have their permission.
  9. My bad everyone. Just trying to have a little fun on the wire. But seriously we would love to have everybody come to Colorado at least once in their life. Some of us are just lucky enough to get to live here! And yes again count me in can’t wait sounds like a lot of fun !
  10. Yes it’s exactly 346 miles from Lebanon Kansas which is the true geographical center point of the lower 48 states in the United States. Or really -we might be able to shoot it at that range?
  11. Count me in. I bet we could talk the Bridgsdale County shootist into using there range. Colorado is pretty central and would make it easy for everyone to get there. Just sayin!
  12. OK it’s been asked by multiple people multiple times but it hasn’t been answered yet! Where and when???
  13. Like my grandfather used to say. Some people will complain even if you hang in with the new rope.
  14. Because this is a cowboy action shooting website. And we are talking pocket pistols. We need to remember that most pocket pistols are a top break action. And shooting factory 38 Smith & Wesson may be a bad option. Most of the factory 38 Smith & Wesson is too hot of a load for top break actions. That’s why it is important to either purchase cowboy loads or reload your self. Just a word of advice.
  15. You Are correct. The 38 Smith & Wesson is a larger diameter case
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