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Buckshot Sheridan

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  1. Like new in box G19 Gen 5 with the interchangeable grip straps, and Ameriglo sights. Only 200 rounds fired. $550 located in AZ
  2. Have you noticed the theme from Quigley sounds to be only slightly modified from the theme to Sons of Katie Elder?
  3. A few weeks back I was flying with a couple Japan Airlines captains, getting them checked out with the aircraft our flight school uses. We all see something a bit out of the ordinary. Doc was arriving in town passed about 2-3 miles off our nose. When they asked what it was, thankfully it was one of those rare occasions my filter was working. I just said it was a rare old plane. The little devil on my shoulder was screaming something about an antique rice cooker.
  4. Just needed new tires and tubes. The old ones had dry rotted. While cleaning it out found a copy of the 2000 shooters handbook that looked like new.
  5. I got ahold of a smaller cart from a gentleman in Prescott who had moved into a new house, and the previous owner of the house had been a SASS shooter. Typical 2 wheeled cart with storage box in the front, Arizona Roughriders decal on the side along with an elk silhouette. On the inside of the back is the name SAM in wood letters about 6 inches high. Curious if anyone would recognize who the original owner was. Sounds like he is now in his late 80’s or so.
  6. Just a guess but they were in the wrong package. 44 is what I use.
  7. I've just been using the ones for the pistol primers since I started, and intend to stay with them.
  8. Water and the rotary separator have been doing really well for me for the stainless pins for years.
  9. For those shooting CC and wearing chaps which style do you prefer and why? I don't intend to use them regularly, but I figure they may be nice to have on hand for matches when the weather is less than friendly see WR 2019.
  10. Toss in a bag, and when I get home deprime and put in the wet tumbler with dawn lemi-shine, and stainless steel pins for a couple hours. I run 2 batches, one for the rifle/pistol brass, and a separate one for the SG hulls. If I run them together the pins can work their way in and make it a bear to get the pistol/rifle brass out of the SG hulls.
  11. I would be inclined to believe the pin is not straight.
  12. It's an attempt to direct the gasses in the safest direction in the event of a pierced primer.
  13. This was my first EOT, and I can say for certain it will not be my last. The first day I made the mistake of trying to go too fast, and both my raw times and penalties showed it. Learned from the guidance of some more experienced competitors, and did much better the next two days. I personally like how the stages were set up. A lot of movement, and had to keep thinking. Personally I'd like to see some rifle targets either farther out or about 1/4 the size they are. I'm personally not a fan of the "stand and deliver" type stages that seem to be common in some places. The stages presented were the very type of stages I was hoping to see.
  14. I believe his time on the gunfighter speed pistol side match was impressive as well. Something like 2.03 if I remember correctly.
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