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Johnny Prince

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About Johnny Prince

  • Birthday 01/10/1980

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  • SASS #
    109299
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Matamoras Mavericks

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Milford, PA
  • Interests
    Shooting! Milsim West - military games, Modern German KSK impression. Hiking and Cubs baseball.

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  1. That’s a great idea. Going to do that! no more stuff! It’s my cold gym and I am always trying to get rid of stuff.
  2. Had to save money for guns as I am entering the hobby for 2020. Harbor Freight Welding cart $60 Bronze paint $5 leather strap $10 foam rifle pads (Amazon) $25 Old yard sale crate $2 $102
  3. Heading in the Classic Cowboy direction for my setup and want to have a solid SxS to go along. I prefer to just get a long term gun and not a starter so cost is not the primary factor. I am considering a Taylor and Company CZ coach gun; https://dahlonegaarmory.com/product/taylors-and-company-600102-hammer-coach-double-barrel-side-by-side-12-gauge-20-3-walnut-stk-color-case-hardened-frame-blued-barrel I had originally wanted a Cimarron but found they are not going to have any for over a year. https://www.cimarron-firearms.com/1878-coach-gun-12-ga-20-barrel-standard-blue.html I seem to be able to find 26 inch models for under $500. So considering that too. any thoughts from the experts?
  4. Life long! I will do that, a lot of stuff being custom made and the rig will take a while.
  5. Already done! Also had Cody slick em up for me.
  6. Going to have Will Ghormley make me a set soon. He made those originals for the film.
  7. Cappelleria Melegari 3:10 to Yuma, Charlie Price’s hat. Nice hat can’t wait to wear it at an event.
  8. Selling a couple of rifles due to getting into cowboy shooting and trimming back on another.Upgraded PTR-91 GIR (Bill Springfield Trigger) Details: I just bought and built this PTR for the purpose of shooting the hell out of it but I had not had a chance, very new rifle heavily upgraded and in great shape.* Located in East PA (Milford) $1100 This package is the ideal build for a PTR-91, smooth trigger, built in bipod, easy charge handle for the HK slap.* RIS for your preferred optic.CLICK FOR MORE PICTURES Used rifle, there has been only 40 rounds of ammo through this rifle 4 months old and has only been fired once.** MINT CONDITION*Check the pictures!* I took as many as possible to help with answering condition questions. Upgraded Hk21 extended charge handle, much easier to handle. Upgraded New not surplus Bipod Wide Handguard OD with RARE matching Bi-Pod Upgraded Bill Springfield 4.5lb Trigger pack - The best trigger pack you can get for a HK91 or PTR. Upgraded Titanium firing pin 4, 20 round magazines Paypal (F&F) Money Order, Certified Check, or Cash on person at my FFL, Dingmans Range, (Dingman PA) Will ship FedEx ground Cheers, Johnny Prince Also have a Michaels Machine HK11, I am thinking of parting with. Message if curious.
  9. I might give that a shot. Going to run them both through some rounds next week and see how they do.
  10. Okay. I will offend some and make others happy. I went with 45L. T&C Schofields.. got them in 24 hours at a good price. I appreciate all the feedback, excited to get these out for a shot! Thanks for all the feedback.
  11. I am sure I will end up reloading, just probably after I get settled a bit!
  12. Yeah being competitive is not a top priority as I will only really go to local games. More about dressing up and shooting fun guns! I like the idea of using 45 Schofield. And than using 45 colt in the rifle. I would get a matching pair for sure. Maybe eventually get some trigger and action work.
  13. I know all the pitfalls of Schofields, but I have dreamed of having one. I have heard a lot of debate and wanted to make a call on the caliber. I do not foresee myself loading in the next few years. So ammo price is a factor. My understanding is: 45colt is more expense but it would make the pistol lighter. I have fired one in 45, but have no comparison. I assume the recoil difference is nominal due to the weight (assuming cowboy loads of course). 38spl is cheaper and may have less recoil, but would it really make the pistol that much heavier? I will match my rifle to the pistol caliber so I am factoring this as well. All advice is appreciated and will be considered.
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