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JP McLintock

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    Leatherwork, old Harley's, cowboy stuff, horses

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  1. I'm looking for information on low recoil 20 gauge loads, and was wondering if anyone has one they would like to share?
  2. Couldn't pour water out of a boot if the directions were wrote on the heel.!
  3. No she hasn't, hopefully we should be down next month, still looking for a shotgun that she likes.
  4. Doubletree Leather works, in cherry grove minnesota.
  5. JP McLintock

    New rig

    Mrs. McLintock got her new rig, hope to find her a sxs that fits so she can give it a go next month! I think she even likes it.
  6. I wouldn't like them on a bike that handles well either, but Harley's are about 60 years behind the times in that department.
  7. I'd go with the Harley, the Indians I've rode didn't seem to have any low end torque, had to keep them wound up, I don't particularly like that. I'd go for the Electra glide standard since it doesn't have a bunch of gadgets, and it has a fairing, it nice to have a place to hide in the cold and rain. Only problem for me is I'm tall with arms that drag on the ground, so I'd put 12 or 14" apes on yo make it a little more comfortable, but nothing compares to my 76 Electra glide.
  8. The biggest thing to look for in a set of quality holsters is the actual thickness of the leather itself, a good stiff holster is generally constructed with a liner made of the same thickness of leather as the shell, then wet molded to kinda be like a bucket so as long as the barrel goes in, the gun will drop into place when reholstering. Having the holsters free to slide on the belt is really nice, sometimes depending on your clothes you may want to position them differently, or if you use a shell slide it's nice to be able to fine tune them, Same goes for the belt, lined , made from the same thickness for shell and liner, bullet loops look cool but I'd skip them and use a slide and/or a shotgun belt.
  9. Or better yet keep the turbo 350 and swap the 3.90's for a set of 3.00's, made a world of difference in my double nickle Ford, able to cruise freeway speeds and still goes from light to lite quite well.
  10. It was, but neither of the engines were overly powerful, it would probably hold up as long as the beatings are few and far between.
  11. If I remember right the 200 wasn't that great of tranny, I think I'd be looking into a 4L80 or a 6L80, way stronger, just need to have a stand alone controller.
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