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Pulp, SASS#28319

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    Valliant, OK
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    shooting, photography, music(celtic esp)

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  1. Spoiler alert: one side wins and one side loses in that movie. Just can’t remember which.
  2. Mom made it often. Dad always said, “It’s good, but just not what the Army made.”
  3. Had a bit of hail last night. All melted away by daylight except at the downspouts. South Central Oklahoma, just north of the Red River.
  4. So cold that flashers were just describing themselves.
  5. Photo I took last night. As you can see it’s not much brighter than some of the other stuff out there. It was never advertised as something spectacular, just rare.
  6. Feller takes two monkeys to the taxidermist. “You want these mounted?” ”Nah, just holding hands.”
  7. I worked in a cardboard recycling plant till retirement. Baled cardboard goes into a big pulper (think giant blender) until broken down into fiber. The pulper had a junk trap at the bottom to catch heavy rejects such as metal, rocks, glass etc that was always in the bales. One night we found the barrel and upper of an AK-47. Serial numbers were still legible. I took it to the local PD. He called in the serial number to ATF. They told him the gun was not in the US. He said it was indeed in the US, so ATF finally agreed, said it illegally brought in. They told the officer to keep it til
  8. I remember the episode and he did say 26 caliber. I never heard the type of gun, and always wondered what it would be. I’m pretty sure Colt made pocket C&B revolvers in smaller than 31 caliber, but not sure if they made a .26.
  9. It may come as a surprise to some, but not long after 9/11 Arlo switched to the Republican Party.
  10. I have one of these old guns that needs a lot of tender loving care. I need to break it all the way down to clean the innards. Does anyone have breakdown instructions or a link to the same? I know the gun ain't worth anything, but it's a little project I want to try. I know it needs a thumb lever to open the action, not sure about any other parts.
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