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 51 
 on: Yesterday at 09:29:30 am 
Started by Slye - Last post by Slye
rig with 3 holsters special "MEANEA" , holster two loops with " check belt " , special for the CAS
a belt cartridge belt " PURDY " for of 44/40 and an other one for the cal 12 and of 44/40
together completely doubled and lined


 


les 3 holsters
2 en 7p en "forward rake" et le 5p en cross draw








holster with two loops lined


 2 holsters with "check belt"


 "safety strap"



cartridge belt "PURDY"


buckle and  conchos "El Diablo" of Tandy Leather










 





 Wink

 52 
 on: Yesterday at 07:30:51 am 
Started by Silver Creek Slim - Last post by Major 2
 Had an appointment with which doctor yesterday...
Yep,  I spelled that correctly "which doctor "  Roll Eyes
routine prescription look see  ...never see the same Doc or PA or seldom the same nurse twice...
Dr. Link  owns the practice , that has two location for " my " convenience  as it were    Undecided
Yeah,  the missing link  have yet to see her ever !   
this time it was Dr. Duncan (PA ) , never seen her before ,   some guy (PA) before that... Dr. Sarah Lemaster  before that, a year ago.
Back in the days,  I had Dr. Nystrum and had some rapport.   

I have found where Dr. Nystrum has joined another (partnered)  practice and I will reacquaint myself ( my Wife already has ) to that location.

I'm over, seeing a new yahoo every 6 months , and answer the same questions , the same ones they have on my chart !  time & time again.

 

 53 
 on: Yesterday at 07:10:30 am 
Started by Silver Creek Slim - Last post by Silver Creek Slim
Morning y'all.
Coffee is hot.

'Tis 16, overcast and windy. "Cloudy with scattered snow showers. Highs in the upper 20s. Northwest wind 10 to 15 mph. Chance of snow 50 percent."

Slim

 54 
 on: Yesterday at 01:09:22 am 
Started by Doug.38PR - Last post by St. George
Back then, men were more secure in their masculinity than some are, today - it wasn't a concern, and the term 'gay' meant 'happy'...

Besides, the American Cowboy wasn't afraid of color or patterns - a close look at the actual clothing worn by drovers and cowhands will show stripes, plaids, polka-dots and everything one could think of.

The point was - it was clean - it fit - it replaced the worn-out one - and that was that.

The hat was straw - was lightweight - kept off the sun and protected the face, eyes and neck - all desirable in the heat of the Southwest.

The old Time-Life series titled 'The Old West' is an eye-opener - try reading them all, and you get a much better idea of what the 'rea' Old West was about, instead of the 'reel' version.

Scouts Out!

 55 
 on: December 07, 2016, 10:44:36 pm 
Started by Quick Fire - Last post by Mustang Gregg
Thanks, Jack.

I was a member for BRR & NCOWS many years ago, when they started using the range at Val. 
I was thinking that you had to be a member of both (at that time anyway) to use their range.

Mustang

 56 
 on: December 07, 2016, 10:40:23 pm 
Started by Doug.38PR - Last post by Doug.38PR
I figured for that scene, the months and years in the saddle had worn out Ethan's outfit and he had to buy all new clothes at some remote trading post and this was all that was available in his size. Couldn't be picky on the frontier. In "Pat Garret and Billy the Kid," the passage of time is depicted in the changing size and shape of James Coburn's mustache. Sometimes it's close-clipped military style, sometimes almost walrus, sometimes handlebar.  And it gets grayer.

Who at the trading post ordered that outfit for a man to wear?  Wink 

 57 
 on: December 07, 2016, 10:36:52 pm 
Started by Fazer - Last post by Fazer
Trust me a 577 black powder round is not a long range round by any stretch of the imagination.

The problem is the old hammer guns are far too heavy to lug around.

 58 
 on: December 07, 2016, 10:21:41 pm 
Started by Fazer - Last post by Kent Shootwell
But what's the point of hunting a big nasty beast with a 155mm at 4 miles? Dangerous game should involve a bit of danger don't you think. Or stick with bunnies or doves to be as safe as staying home. All of your single shots are up to the task and if you do want less excitement you can hunt at longer range and or set up in a tree. It's your hunt and I hope you enjoy it how ever you go about it.
Good hunting to you!

 59 
 on: December 07, 2016, 09:37:03 pm 
Started by Fazer - Last post by Fazer
Quote
The only rifle that really makes sense against a critter with teeth, claws and an attitude is a British double rifle in a calibre that starts with the number "4" minimum. OK - maybe a 375 H&H.

Well I do have English double black powder doubles in .577 -3 inch, .577-2 inch and .500 -3 inch.

I have shot them and played around with them, but haven't seriously worked up best loads. Maybe I should

 60 
 on: December 07, 2016, 09:20:59 pm 
Started by FTrooper - Last post by Niederlander
Very cool!  Hope he does some double row Krag belts soon.  (Hint, Hint!)

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