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Go West

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  1. 7.5 & 8 is in stock in Tucson for $59.99.
  2. Looks nice and time will tell how nice it is. I have a Henry and don't need another .22.
  3. I welded some tubing to make my first folding gun cart. Later I bought a wooden cart for $25. Next up was a $20 baby jogger I adapted. Recently bought a Rugged Gear cart for $60 and added my ammo tray from my jogger. A handful of carts were available within the last month with varying prices. There are options. Whatever you do leather wise, do not buy cheap leather brand new. It will not hold its shape and you'll end up spending money again. I bought a used Kirkpatrick rig 20 years ago for $150 that is still in good shape.
  4. I guess they forgot to send these out like they said. The wife and I should have 20 year pins. Maybe I'll buy them, they're only $5.
  5. I didn't know they did this.
  6. What you describe is a warranty issue. What does Taurus say? I would guess you have insufficient clearance for the rim (max .06").
  7. My wife has a .38 Special AWA that she loves. It does develop issues over time, but Lassiter gets it back into shape. It probably needs some massaging every 5 years or so. Yes, she slam fires.
  8. Sass Alias: Go West & Aim Me West SASS #- 43710 & 44806 Location- Arizona Territory How Long CAS Shooting- since 2002 SASS folks are the best. See ya on the trail!
  9. Hi Roger, would you send the booklet to me as a message or the email link below? Thanks j.schorman@outlook.com
  10. '92 carbines are the movie and TV guns, which is what aroused my interest. Although some guns may be finicky with ammo, it is usually the .38/.357 that is most finicky. My .45 will chamber empty brass and is not picky about 180, 200, 240 or 250 gr bullets. Congrats on your purchase.
  11. My hearing loss is primarily in the upper register, a range often used by women's voices. That means I have an excuse when I can't hear the wife. Many insurance companies pay some up through all of the cost, depending. A good audiologist will be experienced in submitting claims since few rely on cash customers.
  12. After a hearing test with an audiologist, I went with Oticon. First it was one ear, then I added the other a few years later. They are adjustable with Bluetooth. I hear pretty well with only a few sound sources, but noisy environs like restaurants, etc. are pretty bad. Some of the things I think I hear from the TV are pretty comical, like "reptile dysfunction." At matches, I pull one earplug out to hear instructions and conversations. They were spendy for the insurance company, but no cost to me.
  13. Hey Star, are we gonna see ya at Bordertown?

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