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Dead Eye Jake

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    Pawnee Station, Colters Hell Justice Committee

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    Powell WY
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    Shooting, old west history, Winchesters, Sharps rifles, horses and mules, good whiskey.

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  1. I got several of my dads guns after he passed in 2012. I've got his 1911 service pistol from WWll, a fancy german double barrel 12 gauge, and a German officers sword that he shipped home along with a Fabrique Nationale 32 caliber semi auto that the mayor of a German town handed him as their company was occupying the town. The mayor told him "since you are here I don't need this anymore". It was in a little box with one mag and was brand new. Why he came up to dad isn't known. Dad also sent home an additional 1911 and a German Mauser. He sold those shortly after getting home. It would
  2. Glad to hear the good news. Prayers for her and all will continue. God bless.
  3. Will continue prayers for her and family. God bless.
  4. There's some good news. Will continue to include her in our prayers.
  5. Prayers up for her, family and friends. Hoping for a speedy and complete recovery.
  6. Dead Eye Jake SASS #105569 Pawnee Station Vindicators Shooting 1 year
  7. These pictures and stories are great. Very enjoyable. Thanks for posting. I'm a new shooter and didn't realize how different things were back then. Those action stages like the Chinese laundry, outhouse, horseback, barber chair, etc. had to be a lot of fun to shoot. Not so much emphasis on time just get through it and have fun doing it. Again, thanks and if you have more please post them.
  8. I used 3/8 AR 500 and had them cut into 16x16 inch squares and 16 inch circles with a plasma machine. I welded the hangers on the back made out of 1/4 by 2 1/2 angle with a one inch hole on one side to slide onto the stands made out of 3/4 rebar. Welded with a Lincoln 255 mig. Turned up the heat and the wire speed from normal setting for those thickness. Everything holding up real good under soft lead. Even from the 45/70 at about 75 yds. Thats all the distance I can get at my little range. Works great for practicing CAS stages, though. See ya down the trail.
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