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NCOWS / Re: kvc buffalo shoot
« Last post by Tascosa Joe on Today at 10:42:48 AM »
I am allergic to all food it makes me fat er. ;D  Gary and I are planning on attending.  We will eat at the wagon.
Shotguns / Re: Barrel work?
« Last post by Dave T on Today at 10:38:22 AM »
Just tried again and it worked this time.  Thanks!

NCOWS / Re: kvc buffalo shoot
« Last post by Mogorilla on Today at 09:53:03 AM »
Hey, like Glenn Close, I will not be ignored.    ;D   

mmm now I want some rabbit stew.
Tall Tales / Re: Its' September! just 16 more Sundays to Christmas
« Last post by DeaconKC on Today at 09:49:36 AM »
Prayers for all you in the storm's path!
64 here right now, gonna hit 77 today. Went to clean my brass from CAC and the last couple matches yesterday and it was so pretty I spent all day in the garage just cleaning all sorts of brass! .45 Colt, .45 ACP, .38 Specials [LOTS of .38!] and some stray 9mm that wandered into the other stuff. Still got a few thousand .40 S&W cases to do, but that can wait as I don't shoot it competitively any more.
Y'all be good and stay safe!
I recently ordered a couple more hand-forged Bowie blades from John Adams & Co. in Sheffield, England.  I have made several Sheffield Bowies using their blades over the past 8 years or so.  They are wonderful folks to work with, and will do custom work for the customer as well.  I ordered two of their 8" carbon steel Bowie blanks (the blade is actually 8 1/2"), one with their normal scale tang and the other with a narrow tang, threaded for a pommel.  Neither has the fancy firework shown on their website.  They will do all this on request, with no additional charge!  I am making the narrow tang Bowie for myself, with a boat-shape steel guard and steel pommel, with a natural stag handle.  I will post more images as I work on it.  For now, here is the blade, the guard and the raw material for the pommel.

Jake, aka Ron

NCOWS / Re: kvc buffalo shoot
« Last post by Wooly Dan on Today at 09:29:40 AM »
Dave I have always liked your fixers  I will eat what you fix. Don’t pay any attention to Mo. Trap put me down to be there and if you need anything let me know.
Tall Tales / Re: Its' September! just 16 more Sundays to Christmas
« Last post by Baltimore Ed on Today at 09:12:55 AM »
Stay safe down there Roger and any others under the gun. Going to be a bad one I’m afraid. My best buds place is in Sarasota but he’s out of state. I think Ft Myers is going to get messed up pretty bad. My prayer has always been that the Lord give us strength to endure whatever we have to. God bless.
Keep dry there Major. Heavens have been beseeched for y’all and the McCrae clan.

Weather here is somewhat more pleasant. 45 as of 7am, with a couple little clouds just floating along. Shaping up to be downright pleasant. On the docket for today, I have to make a trip to the county courthouse to submit some paperwork on our horse trailer, then this evening I get to try and get my old Ford truck running. It should, with some jumper cables, fresh gas and a little ether.

Tall Tales / Re: Its' September! just 16 more Sundays to Christmas
« Last post by Major 2 on Today at 08:35:16 AM »
Crosshairs smack-dab on my location, the eye will be here about 2AM .
Boarded up, prolly lose power in the evening tonight.
We are getting steady rain and winds gusts now and will continue to get much worse till late Thursday.
In my Uberti 1894 Winchester, 38-55 with 250gr bullet this is what 7.5gr of Trailboss does at 100 yards.           
I really, really hope Trailboss is back on the shelves in 2023.
The bullet in the image is 290gr, just grabbed it for showing scale/size of group and holes.
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