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G W Wade

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  1. A little lube missing won't be noticed. GW
  2. I wish ALL celebrities( sports-actors and singer) would have to pay huge fines for expressing their opinions during events that we have to pay to watch. Get off your soap box when I am paying you to entertain me!! GW
  3. Hi Sam. I have 2 pair on New Vaquero's. My hands a meaty with short fingers and I like the grips. Plus being a cheap a#% the price is great. 1st pair measure .320 at the top by the frame. ..275 at the grip screw .370 at the very bottom. 2ndpair are .340 at the top .290 middle and .370 bottom. So pretty much straight from the top of the grip to the bottom. Had no problems so far, fit is close , only having to ream the locating pin hole on 1 grip. GW
  4. Believe what you are referring to is a variant made by Poly Tech. Mixed reviews but most are negative. Hopefully somebody else will confirm or tell me I am wrong GW
  5. Old memories. of Indian 4's Friend of mine had one in high school. Money was tight so he scrimped by with old spark plug boots. Amazing how many times cylinder #4 would light him up when kicking the beast over. GW
  6. Probaly should feel lucky they only used a silver sharpie to disable this dangerous weapon and not a engraver or chopsaw!!!! Sorry but have heard of their ignorance before GW
  7. Collet style pullers do not work on lead. Look at the inertia (hammer) style pullers. If you only have a few, you can try running the round thru your sizing die with the decapping pin removed. Then you can usually pull with a plier. The die squeezes the brass and lead bullet to the smaller diameter, then the brass springs back a little but the lead does not GW
  8. Ask your Grand kids But request they speak slowly GW
  9. WOWSER< I never knew GW
  10. I didn't mind going to work, but waiting8 hours to go home was b#$^* GW
  11. The dog toys that hold treats inside do very good with carrots too GW
  12. Way ahead of you OLD MAN
  13. Can not come up with anything new on issue#1 but had a problem like #2- occasionally impossible to lever. The loading gate developed an inward bow that would catch on the lower edge of the right link.. Yes the screw was tight Hope you find something soon, GW
  14. I will bring them along for you to look at. Very good condition, No consecutive. One number apart. Will be south of Fort Alman Tuesday afternoon
  15. Any chance you be at Gunsmoke? Got real nice pair. 5.5 blue 357 GW
  16. Now we can be taught by one of the best, not just some ordinary gunfighter GW Congrats ED
  17. G W Wade

    WTC. Equipment

    To me the question would be, WAS it above his belly button? GW
  18. Understand there is a "dead blow" weight to control cycling. If you could get the heavier block for the 40, it should be possible GW
  19. While waiting for Ruger to bring out a 45acp PPC and finding they decided to go 40 S&W instead I started thinking how the PPC would be chambered in 357 Sig. GW
  20. Yes but is readable for newcomers to learn the wisdom of the elders Lots of info GW
  21. In defense of the older Ruger auto's. They are not that bad to clean and assemble. Problem is they are so reliable people only clean them every few years!! Our memory isn't good, if you did it a couple of times when you get it. My go to is the HS . GW
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