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The Verdigris Kid

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  • Birthday July 17

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    The Flint Hills of Kansas
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    Shooting sports of all types.

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  1. It is with deep regret that I must announce that due to an unfortunate accident I will be laid up following surgery next week to repair my shattered ankle. So I will have to withdraw and hope to be recovered enough to shoot in the 2022 CCS.
  2. I just talked to Lassiter yesterday and my IAC '87 should be on its way home to me any day now. I have 3, the IAC, a PW87 and a brand new coyote cap still in the box where it will stay for now.
  3. That one is made by Tippmann. https://tippmannarmory.com/gatling-gun/ Oops, that will teach me to read the whole thread before answering... I was beat to it.
  4. Sounds good to me. Looks like they have quite a selection!
  5. Because the HBB is not a replica of any of the approved rifles, it is a modern take on a lever action. It looks nothing like earlier rifles.
  6. Early before things went wacko I bought 7k SPP and 3k LPP for $35@1000. Now since switching to Classic Cowboy I wish I would have flipped the amounts but at least I have enough to shoot a year or two once I get them reloaded.
  7. That is the way I shot my Henry at the Showdown since we were loading 13 for the side match so no hop stick. Worked great even with my short fat fingers.
  8. Almost all ammunition companies have posted that they will be increasing their prices for ammunition anywhere from 3 to 15 percent so it is logical that Rogers and all other retailers will have to pass the increase down the line.
  9. I second Rogers Sporting Goods, unfortunately they show out of stock on all shotgun shells at the moment.
  10. Trigger guard in your picture matches the #9 and not the 1893. Also the hinge pin matches the #9. The 1893 had a Purdy style button to remove the forearm to break down the shotgun. The #9 forearm didn't come off, it was broken down by removing the hinge pin itself. The #9 also had an automatic ejector instead of just an extractor.
  11. I posted a pic of a Remington ad for the #9, what makes you think it is the earlier 1893?
  12. Don't know why the pic didn't come through. Trying again. Remington model 9
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