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I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

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About I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

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    Male
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    Buckeye State
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    anything that's interesting.

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  • SASS Number or "Guest"
    8321
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    Firelands Peacemakers, Tusco Long Riders, Ohio Valley Vigilantes, Sandusky County Regulators, Brown Township Regulators

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  1. I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

    Quieting new holster rig (creaking)...

    That's the sound of a good leather. Just ignore the creaking sound. Just wear it. The sound comes in as a part of a fine rig.. Mine are a few years old and they still creak, don't bother me none. Enjoy and have fun with it. See you. Happy shooting.
  2. I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

    Indoor CAS in Niles, Ohio. Thank you.

    Seamus, better practice some more. You can't let him get away with that.
  3. I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

    Wanted a pair of 38’s

    Show us some pics after you have received them. Congrats on your new acquisition.
  4. I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

    Indoor CAS in Niles, Ohio. Thank you.

    Wow! Cheating Charlie shot smokeless and beat Seamus. Congrats To everyone.
  5. I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

    Repurposed gun cart

    You're good to go. Nice work. Great looking cart. Now go shoot more and have fun.
  6. I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

    Mernickle Holsters

    I have 4 sets of Mernickle. I am happy with all of them. All steel lined. keeps it's shape quite well.
  7. I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

    Stopping rust in a rifle magazine

    I replaced my magazine tubes with stainless steel tubes, springs and followers in my 73s. Although I still clean them once in a while. I don't think stainless steel tubes are available at this time.
  8. I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

    Has anyone used a smoke machine

    I know how to do that. I'll have a few black powder shooter shoot in the rain, that'll keep the smoke down to the ground.
  9. I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

    Condolences

    Thanks for the update, UB.
  10. I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

    Coming back after along time

    Your SASS number is yours permanently, if no one has taken your alias, you can renew your membership and keep your current alias. Coated bullets will work fine in our game. You must be out on the trail for far too long, time to come home. Welcome back.
  11. I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

    Colt grip panel crack repair.

    Yep. been using brass tubing for that.
  12. I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

    Reloading Calipers - What do you use?

    I have both digital and dial. Prefer the dial one as I don't have to worry about replacing batteries. If using for reloading, a good dial caliper will do. If using for machining, well, get the best that money can buy.
  13. I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

    Kits available to make holster?

    Weaver leather has patterns for holster.
  14. I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

    WTS Colt SAA 3rd Gen 7.5" barrel 45 Blued

    interested in trading? or just want to sell? inquiring minds wants to know.
  15. I. M. Crossdraw, SASS# 8321

    Good Shooting Glasses

    Rudy Project. Multilens kit with Rx insert available or direct Rx shooting glasses. They have many options. (nope I don't work for them, just using their product) Note: never skimp on shooting glasses. Make sure they are Ballistic rated so they don't shatter when hit. Most inexpensive glasses are not ballistic rated so be cautious. Your eyes are worth more than the price of a really good glasses. You only have a pair of eyes, when they are gone, they are gone.
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