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Kid Rodelo

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    White mountains old west shootists

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  1. Bought for a fellow club member, he wasn't a fan of the crossdraw. I bought it for $100 and that's what I'll sell it for shipped to your door. Kirkpatrick tequila style holster marker 38c. It also has a 38 belt slide and sass badge holster. It's pretty used but still functional with a lot of life left. Fits 34-40 belt.
  2. Looking to see if anyone has a used short stroke kit they'd be willing to part with for a 1873 uberti. Thanks
  3. Yes the extractor is not removing the spent case from the chamber and causing a feeding issue. I've cleaned it and changed different type of brass and bullet weights and removed the extractor and haven't been able to bail down the issue.
  4. I'm new to CAS (less than a year) and am located in AZ. My rifle is a 73 purchased from a gentleman who bought it brand new from pioneer gun works with all their bells and whistles. Lately it has not been extracting cartridges and is jamming up consistently on about every stage. I've done just about everything to resolve the issue with no success. Pioneers website says they do not do general work which I figure this falls under. Any recommendations for a gunsmith I can send it to that can make it dang near bulletproof? Thanks for any input you may have.
  5. With the covid-19 scare and now I'm sure with the political turmoil guns and reloading supplies may never recover to the availability they once were. Cowboy shooting takes a lot of ammunition and if primers and powders can't be had for extended periods of time what's to be done? Use up your supply shooting and hope for the best or limit practice and match participation in hopes one day they be available once again?
  6. Had some mechanical issues at the monthly shoot today with a pistol and it will be down for repair and I'm going to be needing some spares. Anyone interested in trading for a pair of 45lc pistols w/ 4.75" barrels. Thanks
  7. About $1200 I would think at least thats about the value of similar rifles on gunbroker
  8. Looking to start in the long range. I'm short on cash but rich on rifles. I have a nice .270 featherweight winchester model 70 with crf. It has a MOA Nikon black 4-16 non illuminated scope. Looking to see if anyone is interested in trading for a lever action 45-70, preferred with a pistol grip but that isn't a deal breaker. Thanks
  9. If someone would be willing to part with 100+ 45lc starline or cbc brass for a decent prices I'd be willing to pay. Thanks
  10. Thank you for the offer but I'll stick with my original trade interests for the moment
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