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  2. Wow, what a life. And to make it to 101 and finally go peacefully in your sleep... we should all be so lucky.
  3. Why would you want to, just askin?
  4. Apparently, the lock was put in place by my CA FFL, and he forgot to put the key in the case. When I opened the box the first time, I found this. I called Marin and they confirmed they do NOT ship the guns with the lock in place. My neighbor used a diamond embedded saw blade and made short work of the lock. We then traded Oohs and Ahhs. his 1895 in 45-70 and my 1894CB in 357. My cycling is a bit smoother, his trigger is a bit better. We are both quite happy. I wound up including the lock in the photos, and couldn't seem to edit it out when I made the post. Each photo was shot with a Nikon D810, macro lens at critical aperture, and 20x images at 0.5mm distances, then stacked in Photoshop.
  5. Still curious as to why they couldn't be added to a open competition gun being as those can have blackhawk hammers and adjustable sights plus brass insert front sights, etc?
  6. They would be legal if they came as original equipment on that particular gun. They could not be added to any gun a competitor might chose.
  7. Thanks. I just sat down and began to pack everything away into a box. Sold-Pending-Funds.
  8. Hey Drifter, I'll take the new/reloader deal you have offered and we can work out the shipping charges. Will handle rest of details by PM. Thank you very much for the generous offer. I think it will work well for me. OO
  9. Was wanting to know if trigger guard spurs or legal on revolvers, such as the ones on Schofields #2 and lemats. Are theses allowed on all revolvers if not, why (low blackhawk hammers where not originals parts, just say'en) Thanks for any help.
  10. Today
  11. And God bless them all for being there when they were needed most.
  12. A greased hard 0.03" felt wad prevents this: cleans the chamber after the powder charge and also when the chamber is fired
  13. I don't like mutton on the hoof, in a can, frozen, fresh from the butcher, or whatever else. I'm happy that some folks do or else I wouldn't have some really fine sturdy and warm clothes.
  14. Not a bad guess for old eyes. I was going to say 18'.
  15. Don't just sit contemplating your belly button. Go find a Jeep. Something early post-WWII would be best.
  16. If you're buying in large quantities, you can take a ride to shoot with the Coyote Valley Cowboys in Morgan Hill and save shipping. He shoots with them on the second Saturday and delivers to the range.
  17. I owned a treadle lathe many years ago. I found in an abandoned building in what was left of the town of La Plata, Utah, an old silver mining community. The town had been unoccupied for over fifty year and a couple of friends and I went "treasure hunting". They got a lot of dodads and helped me make three trips back to get the lathe. I used it for a couple of years and when I went in the Army I gave it to The Daughters of the Utah Pioneers. Last I heard of it it had been restored and was in their museum in Salt Lake. Some of those things could be useful today, like the bag-filling scoop on wheels. I could move a LOT of rock with that. I'll have to work on putting a cart behind it instead of the bag.
  18. Fay McKenzie, actress and Gene Autry’s leading lady, dead at 101 Very talented lady. RIP
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