Happy October all. Glad to see we all survived another month. I'm on a week off from chemo & handled the first three weeks better than any of the other poisons I've taken. Worst side effect is a weird & painful rash on my feet . Don't know yet if its doing any good.
Got some scornful looks from the Wife this morning. Had to tel her " I'm a grown man, if I want to eat my breakfast sitting in a bubble bath, that's my business.
'Tis 46 and overcast. "Mostly cloudy. Areas of drizzle in the morning...then a chance of showers in the afternoon. Patchy fog in the morning. Highs in the middle 60s. Southeast wind 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 50 percent."
I have a friend that recently had his house burned down and all of his guns were stored openly - no safe. He brought me a pair of USFA Rodeo's that had been through the fire. My first thought was "there is no way in h** that these guns can be saved". They were nothing but a ball of combustion products and rust. After a couple of trips through an ultrasonic cleaner I was able to get them disassembled, then had another friend glass bead blast them.
They looked good at that point, but I was very concerned over metal structure, etc. as y'all have discussed. The friend then took them to Alan Harton in Houston for examination. After a thorough exam, hardness testing, etc. they were deemed safe to shoot. He had them reblued and is using them today. I never woulda' thunk it................