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The Barracks / Re: P 37 Webley Holster
« Last post by RattlesnakeJack on Today at 09:33:56 PM »
In the meantime, here is a link which may be of interest, in lieu of the original manual …
https://www.canadiansoldiers.com/equipment/loadbearing/1937pattern.htm

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Yep ! This the reward we get for dodging the tropical storms  :)

Hey now, I drove across SC through TS Nicole. Where’s my 85 and sunny ::)

PS, it only got up to 14 today, and is back at -3 now.

—TK
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The Powder Room - CAS reloading / Re: SR 4759 ??
« Last post by Professor Marvel on Today at 08:50:59 PM »
Greetings My Dear Slam

As Our Good Rev Chase has related, 4759 was most useful in older rifle cartridges.

we discussed it here on CAS City

https://www.cascity.com/forumhall/index.php?topic=28028.0

https://www.cascity.com/forumhall/index.php?topic=52207.0

https://www.cascity.com/forumhall/index.php?topic=63536.0

unfortunately the above could only be found using google... our CAS City search did not work well...


this thread on leverguns discusses it further
https://levergunscommunity.org/viewtopic.php?t=16884
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The Barracks / Re: P 37 Webley Holster
« Last post by RattlesnakeJack on Today at 08:46:59 PM »
Gentlemen,

A couple of you have messaged/e-mailed me expressing interest in receiving the pdf file I mentioned.  I am quite willing to share it, but for one small problem …
 ???
Although I know for a fact that I scanned the entire manual, and assembled the whole thing into a pdf file, I can't for the life of me locate the blasted thing in my computer files (nor the folder of the complete scan … the images I shared above are from a few I have in a general P'37 Web Equipment file…)

My next step, of course, was to look for the original manual itself, so I could re-scan it  … but do you think I can lay my hands on it?  It is here somewhere, but until I turn it up, recreating the pdf file will unfortunately be delayed …

Doing that, as well as digging out my P'37 gear to confirm exactly what I've got and may be prepared to dispose of, will also be hampered by the fact that I'm recovering from cataract surgery, and can't even go to get new glasses (in a much reduced, but still necessary, correction strength) for a few weeks at least.  I'll grope around in the meantime, since even a blind hog can find an acorn once in a while, as they say …   Ain't it fun getting old?   ::)
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Yes. More please, sir.  :D
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The Leather Shop / Re: Cheyenne Thread
« Last post by BrushyCreekDouglas on Today at 06:31:05 PM »
Here's a 5 1/2" Cheyenne holster and a money cartridge belt that I sent to a customer a few months ago.

Buck,

The layout of that picture and of course your work is just outstanding. Like the rest of the guys here, I’d LOVE to see more of your leatherwork. Always inspires me to get better!

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Yep ! This the reward we get for dodging the tropical storms  :)
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85 degrees and sunny here in the Sunshine State. Hard to believe December is right around the corner.
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USFA CSS / Re: USFA Pre War
« Last post by Dave T on Today at 11:35:55 AM »
Lou, the prices for USFA single actions in general and particularly for the higher end, less encountered models have gone bat guano crazy.  I have a Pre War USFA with all US sourced parts and the less encountered black powder frame.  I paid hundreds of dollars less than half of what that seller is asking.  At the time (2-3 years ago) I thought I was a bit crazy for spending $2K on a revolver but in retrospect it was a good deal.

I would like to have a USFA 44 WCF but they are as rare as hen's teeth with gold fillings.  Unless I stumble across a miracle deal I'm never going to buy a USFA single action again.  Just too much money these days.

Dave


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