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The American Plainsmen Society / Re: What is in Your Hunting Bag?
« Last post by ira scott on Today at 01:21:49 PM »
Interesting read,  thanks for sharing the link.  I actually just finished reading Ruxton's book, he led a very interesting although short life. I find it interesting also that the pull through bore brush is not a modern invention.(Bore Snake)

My bag is now my "bullet pouch!,   B.N.S.
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The Cutting Edge / Re: Joe Musso Bowie
« Last post by KenH on Today at 12:27:09 PM »
Thank you for nice words on the Bowie - it was a lot of work with all the forging 'n grinding.  I'd not heard about the clairvoyant quest.  For folks like me that puts a whole new "feeling" on the laboratory research he had done.  The last I'd read Mr Musso said something along the lines of while he felt it was original, he could not say that for sure.  Seems like there's a photo of Jim Bowie with the handle of a knife extending outside his coat that really looks like this Bowie.  I figure it's like the Sandbar knife, we'll never know for sure what it was.
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The Cutting Edge / Re: Joe Musso Bowie
« Last post by Jake MacReedy on Today at 11:52:28 AM »
Really nice Bowie!  The provenance of the Musso Bowie is very much up for contention.  Mr. Musso even employed a clairvoyant to try and prove this was Jim Bowie's favorite knife.  Neat design, though!
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Shotguns / Re: My "new" Zastava Coach Gun
« Last post by Jake MacReedy on Today at 11:49:15 AM »
The shotgun was made in what is now Serbia.  When it was manufactured, it was all still Yugoslavia.
Jake
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STORM / Re: OFFICIAL 1851 thread (post pictures here)
« Last post by River City John on Today at 11:17:35 AM »
This is my favorite of my three 1851, Leech & Rigdon. With a Kenny Howell conversion cylinder in .38 Long Colt.
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The American Plainsmen Society / Re: What is in Your Hunting Bag?
« Last post by Navy Six on Today at 10:53:53 AM »
Thanks for posting that article, Tsalagidave. I will also bookmark that site. Now I can avoid using that "possibles bag" term.
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Shotguns / Re: My "new" Zastava Coach Gun
« Last post by Coffinmaker on Today at 09:42:35 AM »

 :)  degoins   ;)

I ain't Jake Macreedy, didn't stay in a Holliday Inn Express (that I admit too), but Zastava are Arms Manufacturers in Serbia.

Stay Safe out there
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The Barracks / Re: 1892 Undress Tunic
« Last post by Guns Garrett on Today at 07:29:06 AM »
Considered as officers' "walking out" uniform, also on campaign.  Worn in similar situations as the "Service" uniform is today.
Brits referred to them as "patrol jackets".
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Shotguns / Re: My "new" Zastava Coach Gun
« Last post by degoins on Today at 06:45:37 AM »
where was that gun made?
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The American Plainsmen Society / Re: What is in Your Hunting Bag?
« Last post by Tsalagidave on Yesterday at 09:29:01 PM »
I appreciate that John. Thank you for the kind words.

-Dave
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