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The Winchester Model 1892 / Re: Should I or Shouldn't I Miruko 92
« Last post by Buckaroo Lou on Today at 10:04:45 AM »
I have been looking hard at the Cimarron 1892 saddle ring carbine on line but have not had the opportunity to hold one in person. Have any of you held one up close and personal and if so what is your opinion of them?
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Update!  Nothing confirmed, but it looks like Bear Creek will manufacture a 150 grain, round nose flat point hollow base .357" bullet, and Buffalo Arms is going to produce ammo using that bullet.  It will be able to be used in un-lined conversions or .36 percussions and lined or factory .38 special revolvers.  DO NOT bother either one yet.  It is still in the planning stage, but I will let you know.

I am Kirst Konverting another 1851 Pietta so I have a main match pair of .38 Colts.  I still have plenty of primers and brass.
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Morning y'all.
Coffee and tea are hot.

Nice donation.

'Tis -8 and sunny. WC -25. High of 9.

Slim
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STORM / Re: Checkered faux ivory grips
« Last post by Abilene on Today at 12:18:30 AM »
There are also laser engravers who can checker the grips any way you want them, in case you don't fine exactly what you are looking for.
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STORM / Re: Checkered faux ivory grips
« Last post by Major 2 on Yesterday at 11:58:02 PM »
Call Larry Little. I've seen checkered grips offered at his trade shows.

Ditto, Larry is your man

however, I got these at NC Ordnance...good luck though he is something of a curmudgeon  :-X 
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STORM / Re: Armsport LLC, R.L. Millington
« Last post by Major 2 on Yesterday at 11:56:10 PM »
He retired to build his off the grid homestead
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STORM / Re: Checkered faux ivory grips
« Last post by River City John on Yesterday at 11:44:38 PM »
I didn't see checkered  grips on their site

Call Larry Little. I've seen checkered grips offered at his trade shows.
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Tall Tales / Re: It's a New Year, January Coffee, Tea and miscelanous stuff
« Last post by Major 2 on Yesterday at 11:41:59 PM »
Really cool day, this was donated ....
It is in reality a 1952 US Navy Radio Utility Trailer, at some point was acquired by the US Army, serial numbered & painted OD, you can still see Navy Gray under the checking OD paint.

It would display very with the M38 behind it, here in our Korean War exhibit.

Here is a restored 1952 US Navy Radio Utility Trailer, as it would appear as new.

 
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STORM / Re: Checkered faux ivory grips
« Last post by Pappy Hayes on Yesterday at 10:28:34 PM »
I didn't see checkered  grips on their site
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STORM / Re: Checkered faux ivory grips
« Last post by River City John on Yesterday at 10:22:15 PM »
Try Gripmaker.
www.gripmaker.com
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