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 41 
 on: Yesterday at 02:38:58 pm 
Started by bear tooth billy - Last post by OklaTom
Well, I had high hopes to come to see all the festivities and meet a bunch of ya, but last minute things got in the way. Look forward to any pictures any can post. Being "on self imposed unemployment" now (chinchy way of saying I'm retired-always thought of people as being old when they retired-have different perspective now)--anyway, will have a little more freedom to travel around and visit/participate in shoots. Don't have any NCOWS close, but a several hr drive will put me close.

Crow, sorry we didn't get to meet, jaw a bit about NCOWS. Maybe next go 'round.

 42 
 on: Yesterday at 02:08:58 pm 
Started by Tuolumne Lawman - Last post by Tuolumne Lawman
Ugh, the 5 grains of Trail Boss was a no go for me.  After shooting Triple 7 and Unique, the Trail Boss was MOUSE FART loads!  I went back to 7.1 grains Unique.  Now I have to peddle the 5 pounds of Trail boss somewhere!

 43 
 on: Yesterday at 02:07:51 pm 
Started by mrappe - Last post by Coffinmaker
I don't mean to be argumentative here (oh yes I do  Shocked).  The Miroku built '73 is NOT Short Stroked.  The lever travel is somewhat less than an out of the box Uberti, but by no means is it "Short Stroked."  The Miroku does have slightly better machine work but is also somewhat more difficult to set up than a Uberti.  Should you have a problem with the Miroku, there are almost NO parts available. 

There is a plethora of parts available for the Uberti.  OEM replacement/repair parts as well as performance parts.  A simple matter to purchase lighter, user friendly after-market springs.  Appearance wise, that is subjective.  The different importers have different requirements for roll marks.  Cimarron perhaps the more authentic.

As far as the calibers running true to size ...... true to size "when??"  Some years back the manufactures of .44s standardized on .429 for barrel dimension.  For the 38-40, I'm not sure.  However there is a specifications page on the Cimarron web site that gives the base dimensions of the guns they sell.  You should give that a look-see.

You can't go far wrong with either.  However, from the standpoint of a professional Gunpluber, parts availability alone would guide me to Uberti built rifles.  Barrel length is subjective.  I personally prefer short barrels.  18 inches is nice.

Ah Navy 45, we're a Light House ..... Your Call

Coffinmaker 

 44 
 on: Yesterday at 02:01:30 pm 
Started by Tuolumne Lawman - Last post by Tuolumne Lawman
Well, I am set:  I have a Lee four die set (including powder through expander and Lee factory crimp), a 50 round web 45-70 belt, and a pound of FFG Triple 7.  In route, I have 100 rounds of Starline nickel plated brass, some 420 grain RNFP hard cast bullets, and a five pack of Cheyenne Pioneer Cartridge 45-70 bowes. 

I feel 100 rounds of brass is enough, as it will only be used once or twice a year in side matches at annual matches.  In the past for a Sharps and H&R Buffalo Classic, I used 60 grains volume (46.3 grains weight) of the Triple 7 with the 420 grain bullet, and loved it. It was incredibly consistent and very accurate.  I am sure it will do just fine in the trap door.

 45 
 on: Yesterday at 01:51:28 pm 
Started by Ruff - Last post by Ruff
PARKER IMAI 2 Blade Double LOCK BACK K-236 Pocket Knife

Handle Material:             Stag/Antler    
Lock Type:             Lockback
Brand:                     Parker IMAI
Opening Mechanism:     Manual
Type:                     Pocketknife    l
Blade Edge:             Plain    
Number of Blades:     2    
Blade Material:             Surgical Steel    

When both blades are fully extended this knife measures 11" in length, 8" in length with one blade fully extended and 4-3/8" when fully closed.

$65 and $7.00 USPS Priority shipping. Happy to combined shipping on items.

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 46 
 on: Yesterday at 01:46:05 pm 
Started by Lefty Dude - Last post by Coffinmaker

Ah Lefty .......... Ah you want my address??

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Coffinmaker   Roll Eyes

 47 
 on: Yesterday at 01:41:11 pm 
Started by bear tooth billy - Last post by Crow Choker
Well, I had high hopes to come to see all the festivities and meet a bunch of ya, but last minute things got in the way. Look forward to any pictures any can post. Being "on self imposed unemployment" now (chinchy way of saying I'm retired-always thought of people as being old when they retired-have different perspective now)--anyway, will have a little more freedom to travel around and visit/participate in shoots. Don't have any NCOWS close, but a several hr drive will put me close.

 48 
 on: Yesterday at 01:40:19 pm 
Started by arlen - Last post by MorganJori
Reliable info, Thank you.

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 49 
 on: Yesterday at 01:39:40 pm 
Started by Ruff - Last post by Ruff
Boot Knife

Howdy pards,

Got a nice little boot knife for sale here.

Marked Mike Bryant, Wheeler Texas on the blade. A Google search shows a custom riflesmith by that name. No mention of knives.

Blade                 2-1/2 inches
Overall length     5-5/8 inches
Black coffin handle with 5 silver colored pins.

No sheath.

$60.00 plus $7.00 USPS Priority delivery.

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 50 
 on: Yesterday at 01:34:18 pm 
Started by Lefty Dude - Last post by Navy Six
I hope someone(Grandson) will be smart enough to say "thank you". Wink

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