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CAS City Classifieds / Re: WTB Stock for 1868/1870 Trapdoor
« Last post by Sedalia Dave on Today at 10:08:19 PM »
Thanks for the tip but I am looking for an original stock.

Restoring a Springfield Armory Spencer rifle conversion.
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The Leather Shop / Re: Sunday Holster
« Last post by Major 2 on Today at 09:51:11 PM »
Just the one attempt for my 1911 Officer model.

Mine is eh! OK... More of a Friday holster really, I mean it works, but just not all that.


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Tall Tales / Re: December coffee and grub
« Last post by Major 2 on Today at 09:35:00 PM »
My counterpart (other curator) neglected to inform the fact that we had 40 member ROTC group
scheduled for today.
Now normally we co-work on Wednesday, so he just didn't put it in the monthly planner.
Imagine, my surprise, by both that revelation and the fact he was not coming today, switching to * Saturday
(*The big finally to our Pearl Harbor observance) 

No real problem, He had scheduled a volunteer docent, and the Kids (High School ROTC Marines) were VERY WELL behaved (remembering what school field trips can be like with eh ! kids today. ::)

I would expect ROTC Marines to be well behaved, but it is still noteworthy of comment.

They were very polite, attentive and grateful... I was impressed :) 

One day some of them may be Officers in the Corp.

Like John Saffren's Grandson, a Second Lieutenant in the Marines, from an ROTC program, I know he is proud of him.
 
     
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I am now a member of SSS.

Welcome, from a Canadian Spencer shooter …

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The Leather Shop / Re: Sunday Holster
« Last post by LongWalker on Today at 09:11:38 PM »
It is available for 4" and 6" N frames.  Looks like it is designed for 9-10 ounce leather; the originals were 7-8 ounce at most.  That's too bad--who wants to wear a brick? 
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The Barracks / Re: Enfield Revolver MK 1: This was a good idea?
« Last post by RattlesnakeJack on Today at 09:11:26 PM »
As I recall, the camel has been called "a horse designed by a committee" …  ;D
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Tall Tales / Re: December coffee and grub
« Last post by DeaconKC on Today at 08:50:45 PM »
I fell down a lot rescuing that diner. We’ll just say the crew that runs the diner has a maintenance department with a single brain cell between them, and nobody brought it to work today. ::)

For reference, their method of snow removal is to spray the parking lot with a garden hose. Works out great when it’s below freezing.

—TK
I couldn't even hit the like button for that level of stupidity...
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CAS City Classifieds / Re: WTB Stock for 1868/1870 Trapdoor
« Last post by Niederlander on Today at 08:44:42 PM »
Have you tried Dunlap Woodcrafts?
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Tall Tales / Re: December coffee and grub
« Last post by The Trinity Kid on Today at 07:33:47 PM »
I fell down a lot rescuing that diner. We’ll just say the crew that runs the diner has a maintenance department with a single brain cell between them, and nobody brought it to work today. ::)

For reference, their method of snow removal is to spray the parking lot with a garden hose. Works out great when it’s below freezing.

—TK
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looks good man, reminds me of the british officer india hunting knifes
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