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 on: Yesterday at 12:36:19 pm 
Started by hhughh - Last post by Buck Stinson
In my earlier post I said the dates were 1880 to 1896.  My finger got in the way and I entered the wrong date.  It should be 1883 to 1896 on the Model 1880 plier handle tool.  The Model 1880 spoon handle tool was only available from 1880 to 1883 approximately.  Sorry for the misinformation first time around.  I hope this will clarify things.

Mike, nice tool.  You have the 1880 4th issue made with Berdan cut-out and chisel.  I have all of the tools and molds that Winchester made for all four of the 1876 calibers.  I most often use my 1880 1st issue spoon handle tools when reloading these calibers.  All the Winchester tools and molds work very well.

 52 
 on: Yesterday at 11:44:40 am 
Started by Tsalagidave - Last post by Tsalagidave
I only have a daughter so its Girl Scouts for this family. She's a little disappointed that they don't really focus on the outdoors because she likes shooting, rock climbing, 4 wheeling, quad-running, kayaking, horses & camping with her dad. Most girl scout troops are a bit too "girly" for the tomboys out there. 

Good news, is that a few scoutmasters have approached me for help in training their scouts in both modern and primitive camping and trailing.  With the way things have been going in this hobby, I think that working with the scouts will provided life blood to keep the tradition alive.

-Dave

 53 
 on: Yesterday at 10:38:22 am 
Started by Arcey - Last post by The Trinity Kid
Good Mornin' y'all.  I'll bring a second pot up.

Blew $100 yesterday on these little slips of paper called hunting and fishing licenses.  California sucks when it comes to hunting or fishing anymore.  In the seven years I've been hunting, total quota is: 1 forked-horn buck, 93lbs.  1 fox squirrel, 1 grey squirrel.  Fishing I've had a little more luck with.  somewhere around 125 in the past ten years. 

Del,  I've already got a truck. Wink  And what a truck.  1962 Stude Champ, with the 289 V8 and three speed auto.  My grandpa's last truck before he died, and my dads first truck in highschool.  Now it is mine. Grin

Y'all watch out fer' crazy 16's on the road. Wink

--TK

 54 
 on: Yesterday at 10:35:16 am 
Started by Tsalagidave - Last post by St8LineLeatherSmith
 I always loved the scout Pow Wow's, Jamborees and camporees who all used to go to these events in your scouting career

 55 
 on: Yesterday at 09:45:32 am 
Started by w44wcf - Last post by ndnchf
w44wcf - I've not heard of doing a comparison like that, but I'll  see what I can come up with and let you know.  I think I bought these bullets from Buffalo Arms, since I didn't have this mold.

 56 
 on: Yesterday at 09:32:50 am 
Started by Arcey - Last post by Texas Lawdog
The Cawfee tastes good this morning.  I had a hot cross bun for breakfast, with my Cawffee. Another nice day ahead. I got the yards mowed yesterday. The last rain should make the grass even greener.

 57 
 on: Yesterday at 09:29:43 am 
Started by Pitspitr - Last post by Ol Gabe
Yummy!
The heck with registration forms, when is Del gonna publish the 'official' GAF Muster cookbook? I can't help but think it'll be a best seller overnight for any Mil-history buff and his Cookie!
Best regards and good eating!
'Ol Gabe
P.S. Del we have made something similar to your apple, sour cream and raisins but with handpicked wild rhubarb, double yummy, it'll make any Dutch Oven smile!

 58 
 on: Yesterday at 09:20:19 am 
Started by Tallbald - Last post by CraigC
Thanks. I really never understood what is or causes a crash.
All kinds of stuff. Usually either somebody didn't do their job or hardware failure.

 59 
 on: Yesterday at 08:13:20 am 
Started by Navy Six - Last post by Rye Miles
I'm still havin' trouble using this thing! Must be me!! Sometimes they go in like butter and other times I have to fight with it! Angry

Rye

 60 
 on: Yesterday at 08:11:13 am 
Started by Bunk Stagnerg - Last post by Rye Miles
I've owned 2 of them and just couldn't get used to using them in a match. I'll stick with my Stoeger doubles but they are a cool gun to have around. Style points abound!!!!

Rye Roll Eyes

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