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  2. I think you need this walker for that Walker
  3. Gunner thinks Lafe is kinda crazy - just wandering around in the jungle looking at rocks. And he doesn't understand most of what Lafe says, but that's all right. Lafe doesn't understand most of what he says either. But he likes him. This one might apply. a person who acts like they know everything but actually knows nothing Or maybe this one. a real character; sometimes a pain in the ass Since he appears to be speaking derogatoritively (you s'pose that's a word?) of people he knew in Chicago.
  4. No i do not. I'm sorry. My just trying to sell the revolver and thought this was the best place to do so. Craig
  5. Guests are not allowed create posts in the Classifieds. Do you have a real SASS membership number? The one listed in your profile is a default that the forum software places there.
  6. I had return a product from Bass pro it took 2 years to find something priced competitive. I gave up and finally got me a Stoeger 12 ga 16" for my SASS aspirations, my local BP on week ends is crowded nightmare and waiting time is 40' at least. After waiting 40' the clerk called my # and asked me if I was about to buy it, said to him no I will eat it, replied. The Stoeger was on the shelf in front of me. To the end of the paper work one manager was very friendly and polite and offer me to see others products, sadly did not meet him before. czhen FL
  7. Up for sale is a Ruger New Model Blackhawk SA Revolver in .45 caliber. It's in GREAT Condition. It was made in 1976 and states "MADE IN THE 200TH YEAR OF AMERICAN LIBERTY" on the 4 5/8 inch barrel. $800 OBO shipped to your FFL. I accept Paypal 3%, USPSMO and personal check. Thanks Craig
  8. You are confused. Trix are for kids, and no one from the 1930s would be considered a kid.
  9. I've lived in some pretty gun unfriendly states. As a young man in my late 20s and for no more reason other than I wanted a CCW when they weren't generally issued I went that route and much to my surprise was issued one. Since then when I needed the local Sheriff to sign off on something that could be equally politically unpopular I made an appointment with the Sheriff and expressed my desires in person. Never been turned down. A hand shake and eye ball meeting goes a long ways no matter where you live. I like to think that every vote counts and the Sheriff gets elected by people just like you, me and them.
  10. Looks like a Colt Root based side hammer job. I know that they made the 1855 pattern side hammer revolving in a long shotgun as well as rifle. Never knew they made it in a 'hand' gun configuration as well.
  11. This is what I used to clean the Merwin Hulbert the second time. The first I noted the next day a tiny bit of rust forming in the cylinder so guess I did not get it all out. OLG gave me this same idea and it worked perfect and then made sure a good oil and swabbed down and voila! No more rust and I check it peridocially. BTW after a good clean and some lube that 1880's made revolver seems as slick as some of the tuned newer stuff. The suction is now so good that I thought something was wrong when taking it down but the vacuum was just that high. Sure wish someone would make a replica of the things as neat gun.
  12. My advise is what it's worth is a darn good shoulder holster under your vest or coat as applicable ....
  13. Why didn't she call the po-po, the second she was in the store? That would have been a high priority call in any dept. OLG
  14. I really like your suggestions - thank you. I’ll keep all this in mind if I ever go ahead with this. WBM
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  16. I just found out that my niece successfully completed her 36 hour spur ride at Fort Hood, Texas. Though she is a pilot in an MI battalion, her unit works closely with the cavalry units on base. One of the squadron commanders invited her to step up and join the ride. 36 hours and 34 miles later, she had earned her spurs. Proud as could be! And did I mention she deploys next month? Bar’s open. My tab’s buying.
  17. I stopped shopping there about a year ago. The customer service I received was pathetic at both stores. There was a time once when we’d stuff a bunch of folks in a RV, drive to Sidney and shop like the world was coming to a end in 48 hours. That was Cabelas in its prime, long gone they are.
  18. It never dawned on me until after a few times of loading and unloading my car in front of the apartment where I live. Although you can’t see what’s inside the locked boxes anyone looking out their windows or walking by my car can see I’m loading something important. I also think about this if I’m loading musical instruments in my car. Anyway, you’ve got a point about keeping a low profile by not drawing attention to myself. Maybe not dress in full costume till I get there. WBM
  19. Maybe some of us have come back around a time or two. . .
  20. In considering elastic, and in some cases canvas, material for loops I find shotgun shells a tad slower to load onto belt than a good quality leather looped belt. I am especially referring to pairs. In pairing, one might suggest your craftsman to be able to mold a slight "crease" in center of pairs to give small gap between two shells....at least in my grabbing/loading technique that is a plus. This is a minor detail but I find in comparing my grab from canvas loops versus leather, I am more comfortable with the tiny part between shells.
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