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 on: Today at 08:47:45 am 
Started by Abilene - Last post by Dick Dastardly
Congratulations on your win!  What Ranch 13 said, plus this could be good because it could spur you on to get a single shot rifle.  Long range is a whole nuther discipline and great fun.  You'll enjoy launching lead at distant targets.


 on: Today at 08:44:11 am 
Started by treebeard - Last post by Dick Dastardly
What Slim said.  Cool dry storage is good.  Static electricity is a non issue.  I store my bp in the cardboard boxes it comes in.  My bride likes the empty boxes for storing her canning jars.


 on: Today at 08:27:58 am 
Started by Delmonico - Last post by Silver Creek Slim
Morning y'all.
Thanks fer the coffee.

I'll be praying, Major.

An orphan followed me home yesterday.
The toy store owner threw in a holster on the deal. Put 10 rounds thru it. Functioned flawlessly. Was thinking about the .380 ACP, but I would have to get dies, brass, bullet moulds, etc. I figure I can shoot 10 rounds of .22 LR faster then 8 rounds of .380 ACP.

'Tis -12 and sunny. High of 20.


 on: Today at 08:25:58 am 
Started by jd45 - Last post by what would you say
Very Nice!

 on: Today at 08:08:08 am 
Started by Quick Fire - Last post by Quick Fire
Thanks Major. My first app. is on Wed. The dentist is going to try and shore up the bottom teeth that got knocked loose. Those bottom teeth are going to have to heal up before he can set me up with a plate for the top teeth that got knocked out.

Quick Fire

 on: Today at 08:07:46 am 
Started by treebeard - Last post by Montana Slim
I recommend against "sturdy" containers of any kind, that is akin to making a bomb body.....and, I don't get concerned about static electricity with regards to BP.


 on: Today at 08:04:44 am 
Started by Quick Fire - Last post by Quick Fire
Thanks for all of your concern. Pete, it will be ok, just need time to heal up and get an upper plate where I lost the teeth. My face never was real purty so the swollen lips aren't a real concern. Grin

 on: Today at 07:59:48 am 
Started by Delmonico - Last post by Major 2
Nice... I have my Dads 32/20 S&W hand ejector model.
This is the gun he carried aboard his 36' Yacht.  Early after WWII started, He leased her for and volunteered for coast watching with the Coast Guard in the Florida Keys on nightly patrol, Key Biscayne to the upper Key Largo area.
He skippered and one or two Coastie's were assigned on board. This was from about February to August of "42 "
until the Navy/CC was able & had enough patrol craft & personal to close out the Civilian craft assistance.
Several time they saw fires from U Boat attacks out to sea, course larger Cutters handled those.   

Your Rock Island is by Armscor, I have the Cimarron high polish version , you will be quite elated with the gun.

 on: Today at 07:15:22 am 
Started by Delmonico - Last post by Texas Lawdog
Major 2, I made a big pot of Cawffee this morning too. I have been afraid to look outside to see how much more snow we got overnight. The guess was about 4 inches. I got out early yesterday morning before the snow got bad. I guess that growing up in the Texas Panhandle taught me how to drive on slick roads. I got to the FFL to pick up my Rock Island 1911 and the Model 1903 Smith 32-20 revolver. It looks like we have a full blown winter storm on our hands.

 on: Today at 07:06:48 am 
Started by Eagle423 - Last post by KEN S
I know Eagle.  I sent them to Two Flints to post.  I don't want to hijack your post.
   The carbine I own is close in sn to yours, but has those butt markings...
  I also have a post asking for similar markings. 
     Nice gun, baby it...mine is a regular shooter...Ken

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