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Ezra Hawthorne

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About Ezra Hawthorne

  • Birthday 02/05/1987

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    Kaysville, Utah

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  1. Your valuables would be even more secure if you're wearing the diaper as well.
  2. There was a 7" .45 Schofield being sold on my state's gun selling website for just $550 the other day and I missed buying it by a hair. FML
  3. Hey, I resemble that remark.. I've seen this; pair of .32 birdshead Vaqueros being sold by Cabela's for $1,600 bought and listed on GunBroker for about $800 more soon after. It sucks being on a budget and having no affordable selection due to the current market these days.
  4. Do you have a link to your online store? I didn't see it mentioned in the video.
  5. A Cabela's store in my state has two nickel .45 Schofields for sale but they want $1,000 each, if only I had the funds to buy them.. https://www.cabelas.com/shop/en/101066750 https://www.cabelas.com/shop/en/101066751
  6. Don't do it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_c-WtWSnRzU
  7. I found a site offering free wood flooring samples with free shipping. I got the idea to request the smooth sided 2x4 and 2x6 pieces to make into loading blocks. They arrived today in the mail so i've got my work all cut out for me. If you guys go to thermoryusa dot com in the upper-right corner of the page you can see where it says "request a sample" and you can order more than one if you want them. Found a cool picture online that I might use as inspiration for mine that i'll share here:
  8. Opinions on it? Does it shoot high or low, is it accurate, how is the recoil and so on.
  9. I don't have any guns to borrow. The last event I attended I was offered to share someone's .22 rifle and pistols and the two of us alternated use of them, however the rifle jammed at one point and took so long to get working that I opted not to do any more stages in case it had problems again which would result in the matches being further delayed.
  10. I haven't been attending matches for very long since i'm still new and not having any irons to shoot works in my club's favor as that leaves me available to collect spent brass, reset targets, inspect guns at the unloading table, count hits/misses, fetch water or other equipment, and whatever other volunteer work needs to be done for the day. The majority of the guys at our club are almost twice my age so having a young and spry thirty-something around is of great benefit for our more senior members. Everyone has been real kind to me for the most part, though I will say some people's surly dem
  11. My post in the classified section was deleted, despite people here saying you don't need the number if you want to buy.
  12. Wrong, you can't make posts with requests to buy without a number or your thread will be deleted.
  13. I've been thinking about what kind of gun I would choose for an everyday carry, one I have been considering is The Professional: Since it was designed by a company specifically for concealed carry, I figured that this would be a good choice for the common man to use as personal protection. Seven shots of .32 magnum would be a better choice than five shots of .38 special and have slightly lower recoil too without sacrificing too much stopping power. It seems relatively affordable, however there aren't many reviews on it so i'm not sure if it's a good choice or not and I haven't seen it in
  14. There was someone who attended Utah War but did not compete, he had a pair of open top .38s in nickel finish with pearl grips, says he got them for $500 about 20 years ago. I was filled with envy
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