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The Longbranch / Success!
« Last post by DeaconKC on Today at 08:55:13 PM »
My new hat for CAS arrived today. Upon doffing it my lovely bride not only rolled her eyes but groaned! Nice to know my taste is consistent.
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Spencer Shooting Society / Re: Spencer rimfire reloadable brass.
« Last post by El Supremo on Today at 08:47:20 PM »
Hello:
Roberson Brass in Amarillo, TX makes them.
All the best,
El Supremo/Kevin Tinny
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The Barracks / Re: Update on me
« Last post by Niederlander on Today at 08:20:38 PM »
Glad things seem to be looking up!
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Spencer Shooting Society / Re: Spencer rimfire reloadable brass.
« Last post by nagloc68 on Today at 08:10:09 PM »
Fantastic. Kind of ingenious!   Thanks for clarifying.  Happy Independence Day!
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The Barracks / Re: Update on me
« Last post by Abilene on Today at 07:45:17 PM »
Del, I've never met you but hope to some day.  That was quite an "adventure" you had.  And sure glad to hear of the big improvements!
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Tall Tales / Re: Coffee and Tea on a very Independent July
« Last post by Major 2 on Today at 07:16:18 PM »
I did a Brisket that way tonight, slow cooked it all day...mmmmm good
I got it at Aldie's ....

In other news, you might say my ship well BOAT came in  :)

This is the WW2 Liberty ship lifeboat that was donated to the museum.
We had to move a lot around just to get it in the building, now it's a matter of restoring the moved exhibits.

This thing is UBER cool, has the oars and even a ration box (empty however)
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Tall Tales / Re: Coffee and Tea on a very Independent July
« Last post by Delmonico on Today at 06:52:56 PM »
Found a nice pound of so pork boneless sirloin at the store, 25% off, freeze it or make chili verde burritos,  well it didn't say that but,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ;D  Simmered it 2 hours till meat pulled, used a brand of chili verde sauce made in Mexico, tomatillos can be hard to find here, actually as good as I can make.

 
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Argh.... Tried answering on my phone. NO grease grooves!
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Frontier Iron / Re: Shooting black powder in Uberti topbreaks
« Last post by Drydock on Today at 05:28:48 PM »
I make sure my revolvers have well cut forcing cones, use the shortest case I can use, (45 CS, 44 Russian) a full case of good 3f powder (Olde Eynesford or Swiss) and a bullet of this general design. http://www.accuratemolds.com/bullet_detail.php?bullet=43-215C

My lube is a mix of Beeswax and Olive oil.

I would make sure the cylinder has a proper black powder bevel on the front edge. (New production has none!)  I have swapped off or bought/sold my top breaks until all are now Navy Arms imports, which have the best bevel of all the importers observed. (IMHO) That does make them all 2006 or earlier.  This is a 5" Schofield, a 7" Schofield, and a 3rd Model Russian.

 In addition, the early 3rd Model Russians have a gas collar twice as long as all other Uberti top breaks, comes only in 44 Russian, and is the best performing of my Top Breaks with BP, though the 7" Schofield is almost as good. 

 The 5" likes 777 best.   I have found 777 to be a good performing powder in all my top breaks, increasing reliability in a more marginal gun, like the 5" Schofield.  I prefer real black for its milder corrosion properties, but the revolver tells me what it likes best.  Plenty of water is key with 777.

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The Barracks / Update on me
« Last post by Delmonico on Today at 05:17:57 PM »
Jerry said people were asking about me, as an Update for those who don't know all that went on, I had plans on making it, or at least a day or so visit right up to early May.  On May 9th I woke up unable to move from the waste down but could wiggle my toes at least, but was in lever 8-9 pain, had made ER trips the two days before, the wife hauled me to the ER for Mother's Day, the next day the Ambulance hauled me in because I was having trouble walking, had an accident in the ER that day but they forgave me and didn't rub my nose in it. ::)  In case you don't know ER people have an odd sense of humor, spend enough time in them and you pick it up. ;D

Ambulance crew picked me up out of bed and hauled me in, they got a line in me and they put stuff in one arm and took stuff out of the other one.   They gave me a shot in the line that was 3 pain drugs and a muscle relaxer and I felt much better but couldn't move below the waste.  Decided it was a bad staph infection and swollen muscles were pushing hard on my siatic nerve.   Anyway they kept me for 9 days in which I walked less than a dozen steps and they told me I would likely walk again but let me know I might not.

They shipped me to Tabatha a rehab hospital for 35 days, all medicare would pay full on, they told me they hoped to have me walking with a cane by then but at least a walker.  I got rid of the walker by the 20th day and walked to the car on day 35.   Went to the gym today and did 30 minutes 1800 steps on a thing called a Nu Walker the recommended piece.  Am making supper nd my back and hips feel better than they have in years.  I'm sure most of you have seen me get up and do stuff and sit right back down, because of my back, well I am not doing that now. 

I want to come back so bad, 3rd year in a row I missed and this was the worse being in the hospital.
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