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Cheyenne Ranger, 48747L

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  1. If it were me, I would pull the bullets, fertilize the lawn with the powder and reload them with 200gr RNFP at CAS powder facto levels.

    course, I have the tools and time to do this (just pulled 175 .45 Colt cartridges--took me 90 minutes including times of verbal outrage directed at myself)

     

    IDEA:  can you hook up with one of the Rio Salado Cowboys and work a deal with him; either trade out or see if he would let you use his equipment under his instruction and guidance to 'fix' this problem?

     

    we cowfolk are a friendly lot and often willing to go the extra mile for pards

     

     

     

  2. pair of OMV (yes, I know they were never called Old Model till the NMV ones came out)

    bought in 2003 when I started the hobby/sport/obsession

     

    .45 Colt

    lighter springs--have no idea it's been years

    Montado hammers as my arthritis in my thumbs like the lower hammer spurs

    Sheriff's model cylinder pin so I can take it completely out--could have cut the OEM ones but then I wouldn't need to spend $$

    Altamont grips:  see below (shown on Wranger but will work for my OMV ones, too)

    RV-CP05-CK.jpg

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  3. as mentioned above

     

    be a combat zone without infantry MOS = right should patch

     

    later transfer to an infantry unit and earn EIB

     

    although I knew an artillery major who had a CIB,  was sent to RVN, assigned MACV and worked in an infantry slot

    US Army  Military Assistance Command (MACV) Old Full Color Patch

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