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Muley Gil SASS # 57795

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  1. What is the barrel length and is that a reproduction action?
  2. Slixpring Sear Springs for 1878 TTN Shotguns will dramatically improve the reliability and function The website is slixsprings.com with a third "S", not slixspring.com.
  3. I THINK Alan Harton can make .32-20 cylinders for the .32 Single Six. The frame will have to be deepened.
  4. Don't need your belt, but congrats on the weight loss!!!
  5. The Blue Ridge mountains of Southwest Virginia in the fall:
  6. Back in the early '70s, most Army and Air Force ROTC cadets received reserve commissions, whether they were on scholarship or not. Those with regular commissions had a minimum service of 4 years, more if they had special training. Midshipmen in the NROTC program were a bit different. Middies that were on scholarship received regular commissions in the Navy or Marine Corps, with a 4 year minimum service. Flight school and nuclear power programs added years to the commitment. Non scholarship middies received reserve commissions and had to serve 2 1/2 years. Depending on the needs of the service,
  7. I was going to say something about Joe Biden, but decided not to.
  8. I tried raiding the wife's cash stash once. 'Round these parts, I'm known as Muley Gil, the one handed mule skinner.
  9. I'll take three (3) tubes of the Thompson Center Natural Lube - 5 fl. ozs tubes - $ 5.00 / tube.
  10. I'll take #20 the 48" tan basketweave western belt for $25 + shipping.
  11. Barrels are measured from the end of the barrel to the front of the cylinder.
  12. Here are my favorite swords: The top sword is a copy of the 1860 cavalry saber that was given to me by a dear, late friend. The middle sword is an original late 1860s Marine Corps officer's sword. This pattern is the same as the 1850 US Army Foot officer's sword and was carried by Marine officers and by NCOs between 1859 and 1875. In 1875, the Corps went back to the Mameluke handle officer's sword. At that time, NCOs kept the 1850 pattern sword. The bottom sword is my current production Marine officer's sword. The second photo is the USMC found on the middle sword.
  13. I believe the Model P Jr revolvers were only available in .38 special, .22 LR/.22 Magnum and .32-20/.32 H&R Magnum.
  14. You don't get out much, do you? My momma bought me a .45 Colt Ruger Blackhawk with the 4 5/8" barrel in 1973. My dad left me a 4 5/8" .357 Old Model Blackhawk that was built in 1955.
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