Jump to content
SASS Wire Forum

Buckshot Sheridan

Members
  • Posts

    325
  • Joined

  • Last visited

1 Follower

About Buckshot Sheridan

  • Birthday 10/23/1975

Previous Fields

  • SASS #
    108003

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Apache Junction, AZ
  • Interests
    Gunsmithing, Leatherwork, Brewing, Smoking/Curing meats and cheese

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

Buckshot Sheridan's Achievements

327

Reputation

  1. My SASS guns get cleaned with Balistol/water mix. I do use Mpro7 on the Bore pigs for my 50/90 between shots.
  2. I remember seeing those guys up at that time while I was in Lakewood.
  3. Good chance of putting him into fibrillation or potentially stopping his heart. Once when on the ambulance I thought I was completely clear, but as we hit a bump in the road my foot slipped and my boot was up against the gurney. Electricity goes through leather really well. Even with the insulation of the rubber soles to the floor it felt like I’d just kicked the electric fence.
  4. See a few doing steaks occasionally, but the seafood ones regularly. The seafood isn’t too surprising as there are quite a few who bring stuff up from the Sea of Cortez about 3 hours away.
  5. Unfortunately a great man I work for has been diagnosed with terminal cancer, and has not been able to enjoy the RV he bought to use in his retirement. If you’re looking it might be a consideration, and I’d be happy to put you in contact. He asked if I knew of anyone who might be interested. 40 foot Seneca by Jayco on a 2019 Freightliner. 14K miles kept in our airport hangar. Multiple upgrades done and ready to go.
  6. Shellac. It’s what was keeping it stuff originally.
  7. Magtec all brass 90gr of Fg or FFg black fiber and card wads 1 1/4 oz of 4s or 5s
  8. Cleaned out the pit again. I guess it will just have to get run again.
  9. Now that’s the problem with society. Nobody drinks from the skulls of their enemies regularly.
  10. I’ve made as high as 17% and as low as 2%, but the majority of the ones I make are 7-9%. The lower percentage has to be consumed pretty quick as the flavors start to go off in a short time. The really high percentage was just an experiment to see what I could make happen with my equipment.
  11. The short or small beer you refer to is actually 2nd or 3rd run of the grains. The bulk of the sugars are harvested the first time around, then reduced on progressive runs. Now days we typically target a specific ABV and adjust the grain bill to produce that for a single run. I’m planning to try the older process of pulling the highest concentration of sugars just from the initial mash, then sparge or rinse the grains again to recover a lower concentration, and possibly a third just to see what the resulting progression produces in a finished product.
  12. Stay away from hot water, each of the different manufacturers will have some minor differences between them, the button on the ejector rod is probably the biggest variation. Most other variants will work out just with use. I would only redo the wet mold if it just won’t fit at all. The ziplock, or multiple wraps of plastic wrap does work. You don’t need to get the leather excessively wet, just enough to let it start to stretch.
  13. Rafter Double R Leather
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.