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Ammunition and Reloading / RE: 300 Savage
« on: October 24, 2018, 12:49:56 pm »
I am in need of .300 Savage brass if you have any you want to get rid of please call me at 806-477-0210 or Email: coyoteridgeranch@suddenlink.net
Am not looking for a large quantity like 500-1000, but any number offered is ok.
Thanks
Rancher

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Ammunition and Reloading / Power for reloading
« on: August 10, 2018, 08:55:20 am »
Since Mike Orr closed I have not needed more powder but getting low now. Just curious when you guys get powder if you do not want to buy enough to offset the Hazmat fees.
Mike was very reasonable per pound, but I have no idea.
Thanks for suggestions.
Rancher

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Ammunition and Reloading / Re: reloading equiptment
« on: August 10, 2018, 07:58:01 am »
Do you still have the press and other items for sale. If so I want them.
Please text me at 806-477-0210 because I do not get on my computer very often.
Thanks,
Gary, aka Rancher

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Ammunition and Reloading / Do Not Need .Received from Grizz
« on: December 05, 2017, 12:11:12 pm »
I am in need of .357 magnum dies and would prefer LEE.
 I have .38 special dies and yes I know I can use them for .357 But I don't want the headache of changing them when I switch back from one to the other.
 It is difficult enough to go from .38 Special Wad cutters to 158 grain bullets without also needing to readjust for .357.
Any interest in selling or trading for LC 30-06 cleaned and deprimed brass with crimp cleared.
Call Rancher 477-0210

or Email at coyoteridgeranch@suddenlink.net

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Gun Shops & Ranges / Re: Review Damron's
« on: November 24, 2017, 02:36:19 pm »
I should have also told you that I have a C&R license but Damron's would not let me use it, so that added the paper work and sales tax that I did not need to do on Gunbroker. They accepted my license as proof.
Rancher

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Gun Shops & Ranges / Review Damron's
« on: November 23, 2017, 01:39:55 pm »
I am sorta a Military junkie and have M1 Garands with bayonets and decided I needed a 1903a3 because it too served in WWll. Went to Damrons on Hillside and was told they had one at the Paramount store so I went there. Nice people but later I felt like I got taken a bit with the price. My fault I guess for not doing some research on pricing first. The person I talked with was so nice, it never crossed my mind to check on prices first. I bought it and a few days later I was able to buy one on Gunbroker for almost $400.00 less. There was a second one that also sold for the same price. Now I feel like I can never buy anything there again.
Rancher

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Firearm Accessories / AR-15 Front sight
« on: October 26, 2017, 07:33:05 am »
Need help with setting the front sight on an AR-15. I know to go opposite of way you want the bullet to impact target, but-Which way (right turn or left turn) moves it up or down(it isn"t marked)?
  Also, how much does each click (notch) move the impact?
So far I have wasted a few rounds and out of frustration decided to ask for directions. Thanks and please send PM so I get it sooner.
Rancher

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General Off-Topic / Re: Denied at background checked
« on: September 30, 2017, 05:50:11 pm »
The FBI was what I was taslking abvout and not the store, except to say the store isn't supposed to tell you why and I don't think they know why. But, there is a phone number Or was when I was in the business, to call to explain why the denial.
Rancher

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General Off-Topic / Re: Denied at background checked
« on: September 28, 2017, 10:42:09 am »
I don't know where you were trying to buy but they should give you a number that you can call to find out why. They are not supposed to tell you anything but should offer the number to call. Besides they probably don't know the reason.
Rancher

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Firearm Reviews by Users / Re: Just Right Carbine
« on: June 28, 2016, 04:49:34 pm »
I have had tons of problems with my Just Right Carbine and have sent it back 2 times plus had them send me parts to replace. I too had seem a lot of good reviews but after reviewing those reviews found the most were with 9 mm. Mine is 45 acp with glock magazines. I can not trust my life to it.
Gary aka Rancher

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Handguns / No Longer valid-found one--Magazine for Beretta model 1951
« on: November 17, 2015, 05:56:11 pm »
I am looking for a magazine or magazines for a Beretta 1951 8 round 9mm.

Call Rancher aka Gary at 806-4770210

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Long Guns / Re: 9mm carbine
« on: April 05, 2015, 05:11:53 pm »
I have the JR Carbine in 45 acp and uses Glock mags. They are     www. justrightcarbines.com    and make the blow back carbine in 9mm, 40 mm, and 45 acp using different mags that you choose before buying. Also, which ever you buy, you can also buy a kit to change to any other caliber they make. As an example, I have the 45 acp using Glock mags and plan on buying the 9mm kit also using glock or M&P mags. Depends on my research on magazine cost, reliability and number of rounds available.I think the kit is around $280.00
I had Loren at PaloDuro Precision in Claude order mine for me.

Rancher

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Long Guns / Re: First deer hunting rifle
« on: April 05, 2015, 05:02:05 pm »
If you go 30-06, you have a very versitile rifle and can get a lot of different loads for small or large game. What guys are talking about is recoil from standard Deer hunting ammo off the shef, but you can get Reduced Recoil Ammo from Hornady, and I'm not sure if others made some or not, that uses a 125 grain bullet and a different powder fully capable of downing a deer or smaller game. I bought some for my wife and I am amazed at how little recoil is there.

Rancher

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General Off-Topic / VOTE
« on: October 18, 2014, 11:15:03 am »
No excuses, go vote and show picture ID. Not my original but show your Concealed Carry liscense for that purpose and be sure to observe faces to see who agrees.
Rancher

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 I will have ready to sell at Hedley Texas:  65hp Propane tractor3 point hitch $2500, John Deere 310A Backhoe with front loader, $11000, 8 ft. disk $400,, a 1000 lb. self feeder $325, Tri-pod deer blind $60,another tri-pod with fixable damage but much larger for $85,  box blind fiberglass $100 as well as the following.
     The sale of my ranch has going thru and if I find a smaller place I will not need all my feeders ect. so I have at least two and maybe three feeders to sale. The two are home made from 55 gallon barrels with commercial funnels inside and commercial  metal fit over caps to keep weather out with three 10 foot legs at a 45 degree angle. All are self feeders with drop down tubes so a person should not feed straight corn. If you are not aware, as little as 2 pounds of corn at one time can destroy the normal bacteria of their stomach and intestines. I usually feed 1/3 corn and 2/3 protein to half and half.
 $80 for the each of the 55 g. (350 lbs.) Good 55 gallon barrels to store feed or make feeders $40 each, 30 gal barrels also $35 and all extra barrels have lids. A few commercial galzinized lids also for both 55 gal. and 30 gal barrels, make your own feeders for half price of new.  Hedley is about 75 miles down 287 and 15 m. past Clarendon. If you come call for directions to ranch when you are in or near Clarendon.
CALL 477-0210

Contact Rancher (Gary) at 477-0210  Only way to contact this week.

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Curio, Relics and Black Powder / Re: 1890 winchester gallery guns
« on: June 28, 2014, 08:46:27 pm »
Have you discovered that they can be taken apart with that bolt on the left side . Just screw it out and end up with the but stock trigger group and hammer in one part with the barrel and upper receiver in the other part.  Then clean fron the breech end with a rod or bore snake.

Rancher

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Hunting / REMOVE AD Reduced-Dog kennel/pen for sale
« on: June 23, 2014, 02:09:50 pm »
reI have no dog but do have a dog kennel 10 ft. X 10 ft. by 6 ft. for sale and a big igloo dog house $225 for the kennel (299.99 plus tax at Tractor Supply)(save $100) and $35 for the dog house.     $195 FOR KENNEL AND $ 25 FOR DOG HOUSE.

Contact Rancher at
coyoteridgeranch@suddenlink.net  or
806 477-0210

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Introduce Yourself / Re: Hello One and All
« on: June 21, 2014, 10:19:10 am »
Seadog,
Welcome aboard.
Rancher

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Introduce Yourself / Re: Hey guys
« on: June 21, 2014, 10:18:08 am »
Danbo,
Welcome aboard. Enjoy the forum.

Rancher

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General Off-Topic / Ne elpVOID
« on: June 09, 2014, 11:36:28 am »
Found  dgerator== See Wanted

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General Off-Topic / Re: Mesquite County
« on: June 09, 2014, 10:50:07 am »
If you type fast, then your fingers are a lot like mine. Hit wromng kets or double keys. Don't know how that would workl on a piano.
Rancher

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Survival and Preparedness / Texas State Guard
« on: January 29, 2014, 06:31:57 pm »
I have found a contact for the Texas State Guard. It is an all volunteer group that reports only to the Govenor and not the Federal government. You supply all your own gear and get paid $121.00 per day on active duty. If interested I can give you a contact with a PM. They meet 2nd weekend every month at Armory in Whichita Falls or do Field Exercises that are usually two days.
I am too old as the retirement age from the Guard is 70. But what better way to secure your weapons?

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Ammunition and Reloading / Re: New to reloading
« on: January 28, 2014, 03:47:33 pm »
Amen to awesome Bill.

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Archery, Bowhunting & Air Guns / Re: Help Needed.
« on: January 20, 2014, 08:25:33 am »
If you have never shot  a bow then I suggest you start strength training you back and shoulder muscles. Maybe get a rubber rope type exercise piece and start by holding one end of a 26 inch  length with the other hand pull it like a bow to add strength to those muscles we seldom ever use. What ever is your dominant hand is the one to pull with while standing with the non-dominant foot and arm slightly pointing to target while holding the other end of the rubber. If you don't I promise you will have very sore muscles there after pulling on a 40-50 pound bow.
There is an archery shop that may can help you called 'Panhandle Archery' I think on I-27 south.

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