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Pee Wee #15785

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    suburb of Indianoplis
  • Interests
    Morgon Horses, guns, and the wife But not in this order

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  1. what's for supper? Is it warm in here? Kate all 5 lb of her.
  2. https://gunsmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/G0963.pdf page 30 JACK HOXIE: Hero of the Moving Picture West. by: GEORGE VIRGINES Look at his guns! look at page 26, Bob Manden in photo bottom of page.
  3. https://gunsmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/G0763.pdf page 16 Guns of the Pony Express (part 1) by JAMES E. SERVEN https://gunsmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/G0863.pdf page 22 Guns of the Pony Express (part 2) by JAMES E. SERVEN
  4. https://gunsmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/G0363.pdf Page 28 Knives of the Frontiersmen by JAMES E. SERVEN
  5. Call the Air Lines and ask about insurance on baggage.
  6. In need of lead for my Navies. I want to find a place that sales .380 round balls by the 1000. Don't want to pay out the ying yang. My last box of a 1000 has a price of $4.99 but I know they are much higher today. $18-$19 per 100 or 250 sounds high to me but if that is the going price I will have to pay. Where do you cap gun shooters buy your round balls.
  7. As Crazy Cryder said wedge is to tight. Rotate the cylinder and see if the barrel is hitting the cylinder. If not the wedge take the trigger guard off and see if a finger is broke on the flat spring just under the trigger guard. (trigger-bolt spring) It sounds like you are pushing the wedge in to far.
  8. I wish I had started with 1st or 2nd gen Colt 51 Navies and not the ASM 1st Model Schofield and Texas Longhorn Arms SAA. Shot cap guns before SASS, went back to them with in a year of shooting SASS.
  9. I shot a Indiana State there one year that an ark went floating by. I use a pair of Navies and have shot a lot in the rain over the years. One year shoting there there was 2" of rain over 5 stages. I carry my guns in U.S Issue Civil War Holster and caps in a Indian Wars Modified Cap Pouch made by Carrico's Leather Works. The leather keeps both guns and caps dry. If it is raining I place my hat over gun to load, you do get stains inside the hat. I use a felt lubed wad between the powder and ball. Have not had a snap from wet powder yet.
  10. I agree 100%. It is fun though to read the old articles and see the adds.
  11. https://gunsmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/G0162.pdf page 15 "LOAD ON SUNDAY-SHOOT ALL WEEK" by: LOUIS WILLIAM STEINWEDEL
  12. https://gunsmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/G0861.pdf Page 24 COLE YOUNGER By GEORGE E. VIRGINES
  13. https://gunsmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/G0161.pdf page 26 The StoriesBehaind Thoes COLT CYLINDER ENGRAVINGS by: Robert Denning Clark Try Page: 13 Shooting The Centennial Army .44 also Page: 14 Loading Shotshells With the MEC 250
  14. Prairie Dawg how is the recoil in these compaired to a 1851 Navy? I have Arthritis in my hands and had to stop shoting my ROA's in matches. Full house loads hurt to much so went to Navies, would be nice to go back to ROA's.
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