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 on: Yesterday at 03:47:24 pm 
Started by Silver Creek Slim - Last post by Four-Eyed Buck
Hanging around the upper 30's,low 40's here. Cloudy all day. We got the blowers all serviced. Found that the new one takes a somewhat different size air filter from the ones we used in the old ones. Asst. manager did some checking with our supplier, found out that the exact replacement from the blower manufacturer costs $50 a piece! We use one every month. We're going to get measurements off the old one and see if we can't find an after market that's cheaper. Shocked Roll Eyes

 on: Yesterday at 03:45:47 pm 
Started by Old No7 - Last post by Old No7
Quote from: Books OToole
"If any of you have collections of 4 or more I would like to send you my survey form."
Great -- now I've got  some shopping to do!  Grin

I like homework assignments like this one...

Old No7

 on: Yesterday at 03:42:11 pm 
Started by bear tooth billy - Last post by bear tooth billy
Work & Ranch will not come unless they can get their whole trailer inside the main hall and
unfortunately it won't fit in this facility either sorry. On the other hand I think we had plenty of
 clothing vendors last year, and they did well and I believe they will be back.


 on: Yesterday at 03:34:18 pm 
Started by bear tooth billy - Last post by bear tooth billy
I talked to the Radisson about the parking fee, and they assured me that it is in the contract
that it will be waived, something about this far out it's not communicated to the front desk YET
so when the time gets closer, they will know it


 on: Yesterday at 03:31:17 pm 
Started by Silver Creek Slim - Last post by The Trinity Kid
Afternoon all.

More sunny weather today.  It's about 55 outside right now.  But, all the animal waterers were frozen when I went out to make the morning rounds of the animals.  The birdbath is still frozen Roll Eyes

Planning a camping excursion with a friend for Monday and Tuesday.  He's got this crazy idea that it will be fun to get above the "white stuff" level, toss a tarp over a limb, and let the white stuff cover the tarp while he sleeps underneath in a sleeping bag rated to 40 degrees.  I will be making an igloo and using a sleeping bag rated below 0. Roll Eyes


 on: Yesterday at 03:14:14 pm 
Started by matt45 - Last post by ira scott
If I may be so bold as to inquire General Jerry Sir, why do you lust for #5725?

 on: Yesterday at 01:59:21 pm 
Started by bear tooth billy - Last post by John William McCandles
Just made mine and Sierra Sue's reservations and was informed about the parking fee, I mentioned this was negotiated into the discounted rate and the lady told me she always mentions the parking fee. She didn't really realize it had been included.


 on: Yesterday at 01:07:37 pm 
Started by bear tooth billy - Last post by John William McCandles
Billy, the Rock Island seminar sounds great as does the one High Card will be putting on.
I really enjoyed the one you did on bp reloading for long range rifle. That might be a good one to put on if you have time.
I can send you some contacts for door prizes again if you like.
Sierra Sue and I are looking forward to attending.


 on: Yesterday at 12:27:28 pm 
Started by Dick Dastardly - Last post by Dick Dastardly
Many SASS matches have long distance side matches.  I really enjoy shooting these.  I ran the LD side match at Reconing on the Rock at the Beloit Rifle Club last season.  We had a row of shooters shooting at 100 yd, 200 yd and 300 yd targets.  I came in 2nd and got paper. .

The Remington Rolling Block 45-70 started out it's life as a .43 Spanish and was restored and re-barreled to 45-70.  It could easily have been reamed out to 45-90 or more but I went with the 45-70 because of brass availability and brass cost.  Also, dies are easy to come by for the 45-70.

The bullets I load are the Big LubeŽ 45-70 500 semi spitzer twin lube grove design.  They haul so much lube that the fouling stays soft and blows out with each following shot.  I never clean till after the match.  You can see this bullet here. . .

I do use a Malcolm scope with external adjustments because of my eyes.  So far, no one has complained.

Hold center!


 on: Yesterday at 12:14:41 pm 
Started by matt45 - Last post by Pitspitr
And these weren't issued out in serial number sequence, by a long shot.
Sure was inconsiderate of them too. Wink Might have made me being able to find #5725 easier.  Shocked

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