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 on: Yesterday at 05:58:46 pm 
Started by Rafe Covington - Last post by Coffinmaker
It is not that you can't ask questions.  The problem enters in when your question is phrased in such a manner that an organization is doing it wrong.  What ever the "it" is.  Not everyone would agree the large capacity pistol cartridges are not heavy kickers.  Squibs?? 

Let us also remember, it was not uncommon to find "gallery" ammunition in the time frame we portray.  So it also depends on whom's definition of "Authentic" is to be used.  You set yourself up.

 42 
 on: Yesterday at 04:26:19 pm 
Started by Major 2 - Last post by Baltimore Ed
I've heard of sweetheart pins, I've got a nice Span Am sweetheart pin, but I've never heard of sweetheart grips. Kinda neat idea.

 43 
 on: Yesterday at 04:12:23 pm 
Started by Rafe Covington - Last post by PJ Hardtack
It's a fair question and needs to be asked.

A lady friend of mine came to an event and watched people shooting BP loads. She was quite impressed, saying that looked like the "real west" must have been.

Then she watched some pop-gunners shooting the same stage with mouse fart loads and she actually laughed. She said- "I presume that the guy shooting the heavy BP loads gets more points, right?"

I explained that no, he was only shooting against other BP guys in the same category. She shrugged, saying - "Whatever ....." and walked away to where the BP guys were shooting.

 44 
 on: Yesterday at 04:06:34 pm 
Started by Major 2 - Last post by Delmonico
Guess I'll have to hunt up some more walnut, nephew got me some saw blades. Grin

Will cut into blanks as I have time.

He asked the saw operator if he had any old blades, guy said he did and asked why.  Nephew told him his uncle makes knives out of them, the guy said he never thought of that.  Nephew told him that's cause he wasn't as s!art as his uncle.

Good kid, was raised right.  Foreman at a place that cuts and ships stone slabs.  Was hired a few years back to be foreman at 25.

 45 
 on: Yesterday at 03:54:38 pm 
Started by Wiley Desperado - Last post by Abilene
Well, I figured that had to be you, because how many Wiley Desperados are there that also do leather work?  I recall you made the stuff you were using years ago and it looked really good!

The Caballeros had to move and are now on property of Judge Menday Coming, between Blanco and Stonewall.  Nice spot that hopefully will be permanent.  But every time this club moves (on their 4th location now) they get a little further from me.  Hope to see you there or somewhere!

 46 
 on: Yesterday at 03:53:09 pm 
Started by Josiah “Hoss” Sirmans - Last post by Mogorilla
I think anything pre 1870 is going to be a slim jim or military.   I do believe there were early versions of loop holsters appearing in 1870s, they were not the Cheyenne loops with full skirt.  They had an almost full round skirt behind with a single loop high on the holster.   I would suggest getting a copy  of Packing Iron, it is a great source for information. 

 47 
 on: Yesterday at 02:22:06 pm 
Started by Rafe Covington - Last post by Rafe Covington
Black powder loads for 44wcf and 45 colt were available with different powder charges. I believe I've read where the original government loading for the 45 revolvers was 30 grains of powder. Still not mouse fart loads but not the thundering flaming full house BP load.

I know since all my neck and shoulder issues I'm certainly not interested in shooting full house loads in a single action army. That's why I use Schofield brass in my handgun and shoot 32wcf a lot in rifle.

Thanks for information, I was not attacking NCOWS as a previous post said (not yours sir) It seems that people are not allowed to question something without being accused of attacking the organization. I am always going to ask questions, you don't ask you will never know the answer.
 
Take care

 48 
 on: Yesterday at 01:55:27 pm 
Started by Rafe Covington - Last post by Cliff Fendley
Black powder loads for 44wcf and 45 colt were available with different powder charges. I believe I've read where the original government loading for the 45 revolvers was 30 grains of powder. Still not mouse fart loads but not the thundering flaming full house BP load.

I know since all my neck and shoulder issues I'm certainly not interested in shooting full house loads in a single action army. That's why I use Schofield brass in my handgun and shoot 32wcf a lot in rifle.

 49 
 on: Yesterday at 01:06:55 pm 
Started by Pitspitr - Last post by Pitspitr
The registrations are starting to roll in. We've received several from new shooters and a couple from folks who've missed a couple of years.

 50 
 on: Yesterday at 11:36:07 am 
Started by Major 2 - Last post by litl rooster
My wife me this- i am not sure if it was a hint




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