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Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by 330craigd, Oct 5, 2010.

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  1. 330craigd

    330craigd TS Member

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    Received my 3rd and 4th Shell Dismantler last week from GB The Unloader. These were made out of Ebony with a slice of Myrtlewood in the middle. Absolutely gorgeous. If you think you dont't need one of these to dismantle a shell, You might want one just for the novelty of the tool. They work every bit as good as they look. Great job Gary. Craig
     
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    Can we get a French Orangewood Goosing stick to match?

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    Craig, I second your sentiments. I just have the "ordinary" fancy myrtlewood unloader and it's beautiful as well as functional. I kind of look forward to a bad crimp every now and then. Gary makes a fine product.
     
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    Gary,

    Two loads of French Orangewood are on the way. Now if we can just get the specs for that Goosing Stick.

    Mike
     
  5. 330craigd

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    I gotta ask, What end of a Goosing stick do you handle Halfmile, and should a guy wear gloves?
     
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    Well I did a little searching and couldn't really find the thread where Gary is selling these or how to get ahold of him. Does he have a website?
     
  7. ms_yuan

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    Try this. No, not the barrel gauges, which I'm sure are fine, too.

    -- Mark
     
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    Contact Gary Bulley at 406 961 3311 Centerfire Ranch 1632 Red Crow Rd., Victor, Montana 59875
     
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    Gary--My dad worked for GTE for 16 years while tinkering with wood projects in our basement. Soon the woodworking moved to the garage and then he had a big building put up. Then he took an early out from GTE and went full bore with the HOBBY. When my dad sold his buisness and died we had 33 employees. Thats where a little hobby with some drive can go. Good product Gary. Just be careful what you wish for. LOL---Matt
     
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    Thanks for the replies.

    Bryan
     
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