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Tall Tales / Re: May flowers bring coffee, tea and grub
« Last post by Major 2 on May 21, 2022, 07:29:28 AM »
Del called this morning, in good sprit. He asked I relay "he's still kicking."
But hasn't been posting on Cas City, as all he has is his phone to type with.

He's out of the Hospital and settled into a 1/2 way assisted care facility for about 2 1/2 weeks.
Using a walker, he's getting around some, he said.
He hopes to be going home in early June.
NCOWS / Re: Mid West Regional
« Last post by Tascosa Joe on May 21, 2022, 06:46:55 AM »
Let Patrick know and I am sure he will help.
The Leather Shop / Re: RC Gallup, Sort Of
« Last post by Skeeter Lewis on May 21, 2022, 06:22:02 AM »
Nice work, Marshal.
Tall Tales / Re: May flowers bring coffee, tea and grub
« Last post by Professor Marvel on May 21, 2022, 03:17:53 AM »
I was on a 767.

At the moment I am at a WiFi -having Subway restaurant in Africa. It’s rather toasty here.


A 767! that is MUCH more comfortable than a C-130!

I hope you have the buddy system.
Watch your topknot TK.

prf mrvl
1860 Henry / Historical Henry
« Last post by Fox Creek Kid on May 21, 2022, 12:35:41 AM »
Tall Tales / Re: May flowers bring coffee, tea and grub
« Last post by DeaconKC on May 20, 2022, 09:54:59 PM »
Beautiful day today here with the most fun thing happening. Our littlest g'niece here, Molly, who is 16 months old has been on the verge of walking and Mama has been going nuts. Well my Missus and Molly's Mom took the two oldest girls to a beach and while they were gone, Molly took off walking with Dad and I here. We got video and they were thrilled when they got home.
Fun day!
TK, you be careful!
STORM / Re: Differences in Uberti Navy Grip Frames over time
« Last post by Fox Creek Kid on May 20, 2022, 08:13:51 PM »
Which is why Elmer Keith preferred the Dragoon grip.
1860 Henry / Re: the Russian
« Last post by Fox Creek Kid on May 20, 2022, 08:11:04 PM »
Trivia:  The very first Colt Model A (SAA) was chambered in .44 Russian.  ;D  The Military then told Colt to rechamber it for .44 S&W American for the first trials in 1872. Truth is stranger than fiction.
The Winchester Model 1876 / Re: .45-75 Winchester brass
« Last post by greyhawk on May 20, 2022, 07:16:57 PM »
I recently bought the Uberti 1876, and due to my own stupidity, didn't realize it was .45-75 and not .45-70.  That's turning out to be an expensive mistake.  I've been researched what brass can be reformed to make the loads.  Now I'm finding that no one is selling dies.  I tried reaching out to Uberti, only to find that they have ceased to offer the rifle in that caliber.  So now I'm stuck with an expensive and useless wall ornament. 

I did see one company offering brass made from 500 Alaskan, but they're asking $4.00 per case, and they're out of stock. 

Anybody wanna buy a brand new 1876 Uberti?  It's out of production now, so does that make it "rare"?   ::)

ahhh I wish there werent so much salty water between us - I could relieve you of your burden (at an appropriate discount of course )

I am out of touch with prices (and reality I guess) can you not find 348 winchester brass to convert over ? That is by far the easiest route I think - need a shell holder and a full length size die (only for the initial forming operation) ---My Dies are LEE

I am a great fan of the 45/75 - its unique profile and is the most "real" of the 4 calibres offered for the 76 - well worth the extra hassle for me . 45/60 of course is the common sense choice - but I never wanted to be common and often enough lacked sense - so ....................

once you calm down some there is a lot of info on this forum that can help to get you shooting - "she'll be right mate"
NCOWS / Re: Mid West Regional
« Last post by River City John on May 20, 2022, 07:01:56 PM »
Just to let the powers that be know, I tried to link onto the GITH 2022 website from the NCOWS web page and got a 404 Error.

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