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The Leather Shop / Re: Show Off Your Non-Cowboy Stuff Here
« Last post by DeaconKC on Yesterday at 05:07:00 PM »
Man, I envy you. I would give anything to have another hour with my Dad.
Tall Tales / Re: Coffee and Tea on a very Independent July
« Last post by Delmonico on Yesterday at 04:54:02 PM »
That's what they do, they ask you who you are the, the day the month and the year and if you know where you are.
The Leather Shop / Re: Show Off Your Non-Cowboy Stuff Here
« Last post by Rube Burrows on Yesterday at 04:39:36 PM »
My father came over and he had him a nice little Walther .22 pistol that he wanted a holster for. He didn't want anything fancy. Just something quick and easy and small.

I was able to use a piece of scrap I had and a few min later we had him a holster cut out. I sewed a very simple belt loop on the back, burnished the edges lightly, sewed up the pouch, wet molded it and let it dry for a while. Then I sprayed it with some Fiebings Saddle Lac and called it done. He was happy and it only cost me about an hours time spend with Dad.
Tall Tales / Re: Coffee and Tea on a very Independent July
« Last post by Major 2 on Yesterday at 04:14:19 PM »
 HUH ! Dang if it ain't  :o


 :)  PLUS ONE for the Health Best Wishes TL  ;)

I to look forward to the new bullet.  I have actually had excellent results with swaged hollow base Wad Cutters.  The only down side to the Wad Cutters, they look funky being loaded in Conversions.  No matter, I like shooting my conversions enough I put up with funky looking Wad Cutters.  A "correct" round nose bullet will be a huge improvement.  Hope that was them "dead soft."

People are Still Contagious.  Avoid 'Em
I have a pre-production sample, and they look great!  We have had an in the family health crisis, though, so I have not had a chance to load any yet.  I sent STeve an original 1892 HBRN bullet to model it after, so it should be good.

Sounds interesting for sure. Looking forward to seeing the product.

Hope all gets better soon with the family health crisis.
The Leather Shop / Re: Pair Of Carved Holsters
« Last post by Rube Burrows on Yesterday at 03:16:25 PM »
Sometimes I stitch just because on either rivets or Chicago screws you can get the green tarnish- I don't know how to prevent it.

I have some pretty old holsters with some copper rivets. The green tarnish dont bother me but it is easy to clean if need be. I dont think you can stop it really. Maybe if you spray one of the top coats on it it may prevent it but not sure.
This sounds very good. I look forward to hearing how they perform. Hopefully those will be in full production soon.

Sorry to hear you are dealing with a family health crisis. That is no fun.
Spencer Shooting Society / Serial Number Assistance, If possible
« Last post by nagloc68 on Yesterday at 01:13:42 PM »
Hi SSS members - Any assistance and information is greatly appreciated on the following I am researching:
Spencer model 1860 Carbine #15340. 

Thank you and have a great Independence Day! 

The Barracks / Re: Pick up wrong Krag
« Last post by Good Troy on Yesterday at 12:47:47 PM »
It was a blast to meet so many fellow Krag enthusiasts!!  I was thinking of starting a support group for krag owners... how many did we have in all?
Maybe you could call it KA... ;D
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