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Tequila Shooter

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  • Birthday 06/18/1960

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    Bayou Bounty Hunters, Mississippi Peacemakers

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    SASS; RVing; Shooting; Reloading;

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  1. Thanks for the offer to include me, but I seem to be able to get a lot more work than I really want ...

    I have missed more than my fair share of Meals at major shoot due to fixing Pards guns so they could be back in service same day often with lose of use of one stage or less ...

    So while I am always ready to help out a fellow shooter , i'm getting less and less inclined to do more work ..


    Jabez Cowboy

    1. Tequila Shooter

      Tequila Shooter

      Thanks JC, I completely understand.  Is there any other smiths up your way that you’d recommend?



    2. Jabez Cowboy,SASS # 50129

      Jabez Cowboy,SASS # 50129

      The short answer is No, the last one in the area that I never had to fix the work done by that person died about 2 years ago from Cancer ... He was trained By Rigby in Scotland, we sometimes worked together on guns .... 

      I have seen a lot of Quote "Cowboy Jobs" that rendered the firearm unsafe ,things like shotguns not staying closed when the first barrel is fired , Leverguns that will not stay properly closed and in battery unless the lever is held fully closed , 97s pumps that are so loose they open on firing ....etc ...

      This kind of work is the reason I have not fully retired....


      Jabez Cowboy


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