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Curly Pete

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  1. Widder Thank you for the information. Curly
  2. I am looking of contact information for Snake Oil George. I would like to discuss the feasibility and price of a project that I am considering.
  3. Ballistic Products sells this baffle (item # 2100005) for $15.99 plus shipping. Unfortunately, it says they are out of stock right now but they should get them back in soon.
  4. I just went thru this with my daughter, I bought her a Stoeger youth 410 and if I had it to do over again I would make a different choice. I would purchase her a cheap single shot (in your choice of gauge) and cut that stock. First you can probably buy an entire gun for what a different stock will cost for your Stoeger. Second, unless your daughter is different than mine, the single shot will not impact her when she is shooting. At first it is about getting them involved and comfortable with the guns and the process, there will be plenty of time for them to worry about speed later. No matter what you decide I would recommend that when you cut the stock that you predrill pilot holes and cut it off in 1/2" increments. This will make it easier to add length as she grows. If you decide to go with a 410 PM me and I will give you my recipe for very low recoil loads for the gun. Curly Pete
  5. I may be interested in your C Sharps.  Please provide more details and pictures and maybe we could make a deal.

     

    Thanks

    Curly

  6. Is your Rossi 92 in 44-40 still for sale?

    Can you tell me some more details about the rifle?  How much have you shot it?  Do you know who did the work on the rifle?  Are there many/any handling marks on the gun?  If so can you provide pictures? 

     

    When I started Cowboy Shooting about 20 years ago I used an original Winchester 92 in 44-40 that was worn out.  So I replaced it with a new EMF 92 in 44-40 that was nothing but problems, so I replaced it with a Marlin Cowboy.  I have always liked the looks of the 92 and would like another one but I am not sure if this is the best time for me to get one.

     

    Thanks in advance for any addition information you can provide.

     

    Curly Pete

    1. Frio Canyon Ranger, SASS# 48850

      Frio Canyon Ranger, SASS# 48850

      I picked this up on the Wire a little over a year ago. I've shot BP for a while and was going to go to 44-40 because it doesn't foul as easy. Got sick and haven't shot since.

      Not sure who did the work, but the gun is smooth and handles nicely. It's a beautiful gun and in very good to excellent shape.

       

      Frio

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