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  1. Simple, really. Value is determined by the seller and buyer mutually agreeing on a price. Any questions are best asked of the seller.
  2. One can buy Berdan primers and tools. Decapping and then priming with non corrosive primers, at least in some calibers, while time consuming and somewhat costlier than using Boxer primers can be done. For some it's better than nothing.
  3. Legendary Guns of the West 5130 N. 19th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85015
  4. I looked at mine. The tab at the end of the link at the bottom of the magazine follower, which keeps the next shell in the magazine tube when the carrier is up, may be worn. That's probably why the shell slipped out of the magazine tube. That's the only thing I can see that could cause the problem other than possibly short stroking the lever.
  5. I had that happen when I used a '94 years ago. The '94 action was developed for rifle cartridges and was not altered when the rifle was brought out in 45 Colt. It can't be short stroked or modified to work as fast as a '66, '73, or even a '92. That was one of the reasons I switched to a '73 and '66.
  6. Big target, hardly moveable, if the technology of the day could support the weight. Perfect target for air planes.
  7. This came to mind: Operation Haylift http://nebraskastudies.org/assets/images/0805_0601train.7863e4c3.fill-260x200-c100.jpg Snow banks as high as the train, Winter 1948-49 Courtesy Nebraska State Historical Society, RG3139-028 Just as the Nebraska economy was settling down after the war, the blizzard of 1948-49 hit. Its magnitude staggers the imagination. It was the worst blizzard in recorded history. A series of storms began in November of 1948 and continued straight through to February of 1949. The snow stopped trains, burie
  8. Brings back memories of the moon landing July 20, 1969.
  9. Thanks for doing the list. I know a few folks from the East who couldn't get into the online registration page, so there might have been more attendees from east of the Mississippi had they got through.
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