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 on: Today at 10:26:03 am 
Started by Doug.38PR - Last post by Coffinmaker

PLUS ONE to Bunk !!

Straight up and Undiluted!!  As Bunk pointed out, Hoppies # 9 is NOT a "Gun Oil."  It is strictly a solvent for Smokeless Powder residue.  #9 provides absolutely NO protection from corrosion nor moisture induced rust.  Neither does WD-40. WD-40 is also not a lubricant.  It (WD) only stops squeaks until it evaporates.

I use HOT water to clean and rinse because warm parts evaporate moisture quicker than cold parts.  Once the guns are clean'd I swab the chambers with Mobil 1 Synthetic Oil, any spot the need grease gets Mobil 1 Synthetic Grease.  I also have a really oily rag to wipe down the exterior.  Oily rag is oily from Mobil 1.  Hoppies has no place around BP guns.  There are other effective lubricants.  The only caveat:  BP lubricants should not be petroleum based.  Petroleum bases lubricants will form a very stubborn hard tar substance.

 on: Today at 10:20:39 am 
Started by Kent Shootwell - Last post by Kent Shootwell
I havenít been back up there sense my last report but according to the weather reports there has been a fair amount of rain there. The last I heard the fire is 63% contained and the weather has been favorable to the fight.
A rather rough oak table was given to me and Iíve been cleaning and refinishing it for the cabin. That and some minor home jobs has kept me off the job.

 on: Today at 09:07:56 am 
Started by Irish Dave - Last post by Cash Creek
The scores have been sent to Yuma Kid and OK Tom.. I'm sure they will be posted soon.


 on: Today at 08:47:33 am 
Started by Tornado - Last post by Tornado
I bought a used Triple K magazine (who thought that was a good name for a company) for my Savage the other day.  The mag catch wouldn't quite grab the hole in the Triple K mag, after a few swipes with the file it worked.  I put about 40 rounds through it with zero issues.  The only thing I don't like about it is that it only holds 7 round vs. 9 rounds for the factory one.  The mag follower is much longer than the factory one, I am tempted to trim it, but I probably will just leave it be.

 on: Today at 08:26:25 am 
Started by Major 2 - Last post by litl rooster

Started making a 1885 holster last night. Got it cut out and dyed

You shoot some modern handguns :Cheesy  Grin Wink

 on: Today at 08:24:54 am 
Started by onegunred - Last post by greyhawk
I use dry bag leather (vegetable tanned carving) 3mm - 4mm, its easiest to mold to fit the gun. 

 on: Today at 08:12:21 am 
Started by Major 2 - Last post by Johnny McCrae
Howdy Ed,
Thanks for the warning. We a have a son in St. Petersburg. He will be able to take care of my wife down the road if something happens to me.

The Sweetwater Regulators has been an official NCOWS Posse since 2015. This was our first match of the 2018 season. Here is a link to the Sweetwater Regulator's website:

Howdy Slim,
Please post a picture of the holster after you finish it.

 on: Today at 07:48:41 am 
Started by Tornado - Last post by Tornado
I found 31 vintage rounds of 32sl and took them to the range the other day.  The brass was marked Winchester Repeating Arms and they were of an unknown vintage and unknown bullet weight.  I shot the first 6 over my chronograph and they averaged 1390fps,   that sounds exactly like what all the original 165gr loads were suppose to be.  I had about 5 of them to fail to eject, but other than that, they all went bang.  I brought my 1917 Savage as well, both guns were manufactured in 1920.

 on: Today at 07:13:45 am 
Started by onegunred - Last post by onegunred
I am wanting to make a holster but what leather to buy ?  I see domestic vegetable tanned and import vegetable tanned. I guess Herman Oak is the best but a company in Texas has import for a fair price.  Does it matter as long as it is vegetable tanned ?   Thanks, Jerry

 on: Today at 07:11:39 am 
Started by Kent Shootwell - Last post by Tascosa Joe
Did you get any rain on the cabin and fire this past week end.  I know Laramie got a little rain.

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