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CAS FAQ / Stoeger / Boito A681 coach gun.
« Last post by Smick on Today at 12:00:48 AM »
I am trying to find a 'Take Down' guide for the single trigger 20" Stoeger / Boito A681 coach gun which I use for Cowboy Action. I live 'Bush' in Queensland Australia and find it very difficult to find a gunsmith out here. Any help from other members would be a great help.
  I have tried "Radocy" who do a lot of take down guides but not for the above shotguns mentioned in this post                                 
                                                         Thank you in advance, Smick.
STORM / Re: Fantastic surprise at the range, Cimarron Mason .38
« Last post by Abilene on Yesterday at 11:37:52 PM »
Well that's pretty cool!  One of my first 7 1/2" R-M's now has a 4 3/4" barrel and gets paired with a 5 1/2" '61.  The pair of engraved 5 1/2" guns are currently at a 'smith getting the triggers heavied up a bit, and doing his thing on the arbor fit (it's different - I will elaborate when I get them back).  I had retired them a few years ago for the triggers (I draw my limits at sear work) and would like to get them back into action.  I have no idea how any of them do on paper but they ring steel nicely.  ;D

I did need to dull the tips of the firing pins on mine as they would pierce Federal primers.  But they date back 15 years for one pair and 20 for the other.  The more recent Type II's I've bought, which have the same parts, have not had the piercing problem.

But a stock advertising photo will not do!  We demand to see your pistola!  Is this one you put an army grip on?
STORM / Fantastic surprise at the range, Cimarron Mason .38
« Last post by DeaconKC on Yesterday at 09:48:11 PM »
Okay, what a nice surprise today at the range. Took a new Cimarron 51 Navy conversion out and was rewarded with a beautiful, light trigger pull and quarter size groups at 7 yards. HOLEE Cats! This thing can shoot! Not only is it beautiful, it shoots. I am gonna have to use a washer on the arbor as it started to drag a bit once in a while, but otherwise, what a nice surprise.
I have an older DGW/Armi Sport carbine - never owned a rifle length rifle. The lube is a soft solid stick lube that we used to use on nodulizer drum bearing rings at a plant I worked at 25 years ago - no idea what the makeup is, other than it's probably petroleum based and not synthetic. I've never had a problem with it using black powder though, so who knows.
USFA CSS / Re: China Camp - opinions sought
« Last post by MB Fields on Yesterday at 04:23:38 PM »
Nice pistol! I have one that is cc-299 38spl 7.5". The fit and finish are awesome and i have switched parts with my other us made usfa's and they fit. You did well.
Tall Tales / Re: It's November, so stuff it.
« Last post by Delmonico on Yesterday at 10:53:11 AM »
We have the National Roller Skating museum but no roller rink.
Tall Tales / Re: It's November, so stuff it.
« Last post by DeaconKC on Yesterday at 09:53:55 AM »
42 here this morning and on the second pot of coffee. Good day yesterday, will be taking the g'nephew to the range today.
Tall Tales / Re: It's November, so stuff it.
« Last post by Russ T Chambers on Yesterday at 09:37:44 AM »
Got one in Reno!  Advertising as a way to remove extra Thanksgiving waist inches😊         
Tall Tales / Re: It's November, so stuff it.
« Last post by Silver Creek Slim on Yesterday at 09:18:48 AM »
Morning y'all.
Coffee and tea are ready.

Good Morning! 36 here and sunny. Taking the herd rollerskating in a bit , then pizza. Hope y'all have a good day.
Didn't know there were roller-rinks still.  ::)

'Tis 26 and sunny. "Cloudy with a chance of light snow. Highs in the middle 30s. Southeast wind around 5 mph in the morning becoming light and variable. Chance of snow 50 percent."

The Barracks / Re: Ran across this Springfield 03
« Last post by St. George on Yesterday at 08:48:03 AM »
According to Brophy and Crossman - the two guys who wrote the book on the '03 - no, it isn't.

The 'bullpup' design was a 'thing' in the gun magazines of the early '60's - there were a lot of different configurations - it stands to reason some are still extant.

Scouts Out!
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