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Does anyone remember when Larson's articles on cap and ball Navy's were published in the Chronicle. 

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They started in June of 2008 and spanned several issues.  There were a series of articles on Pietta and Uberti.  For some reason most are not in the index so you have to scroll through each edition.  The first one starts on page 38 of the June, 2008 issue.

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On 12/26/2019 at 10:44 PM, twelve mile REB said:

Does anyone remember when Larson's articles on cap and ball Navy's were published in the Chronicle. 

If you're on Facebook you can go to the "S.A.S.S. and Cowboy Action Shooting" page. Look in the file section. I believe most if not all are stores there. That or maybe Doc McCandless knows how to share them here.

 

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I printed out the whole series and made a notebook.  You never know when the electrons will go blooey!

 

My electrons usually go "blooey" a couple of times a year.  Usually it's at Black Gold and Comin'At'Cha.:P

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Thank you time sure fly's never looked that far back

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Was hoping that @Marauder SASS #13056 would add them to his website now that the Open Range is gone.

By the way what ever happened to The Open Range  ?

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Heddy (that's HEDLEY!) converted to PDF and you can save them for forever.  The Open Range existed for a long time after it was not longer an active forum but it was taken down just a few months ago.

 

 

 

 

 

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