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    ABOUT ME

  • Christian. Independent Baptist. Married, three children, five grandchildren, three great-grandchil
  • Shooting, reloading, photography, birdwatching, pocket knives
  • Retired Mechanical Designer

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  • Posted in thread: Colt Commando and Colt Trooper on 11-30-2016 at 02:15 AM
    Guns like the Colt Commando, the S&W Victory Model, Colt and S&W M1917s, Webleys and Enfields
    flooded the market around 1949 through 1968. These guns sold for ridiculous prices. One holster
    maker even...

  • Posted in thread: gun lube on 10-17-2016 at 09:10 PM
    One complaint I have heard is that it traps water under it, not sure if thats true or not. Also
    silicone could be differentOn the contrary. In fact the term "WD" stands for "Water
    Displacing."Bob Wrig...

  • Posted in thread: A Problem With My Ruger Super Blackhawk on 10-02-2016 at 01:42 AM
    The process is called forging. It is not sintered steel. Ruger and many other firearms use the
    powdered metal castings. It seems some people do not understand basic metallurgy. If you are
    confused rea...

  • Posted in thread: A Problem With My Ruger Super Blackhawk on 10-01-2016 at 08:42 PM
    Cap. To a point, all steel is cast, as that's where the milled steel starts off from. Bar,
    rail, or block, it was all cast at one time or another in a foundry somewhere.True enough.
    However, after the...

  • Posted in thread: Hy Hunter on 08-29-2016 at 08:55 PM
    I believe in the early 50s, they were imported by Great Western in CA.On the contrary, Great
    Western manufactured their own guns in California. Hy Hunter was associated with the
    distribution of Great ...

  • Posted in thread: Straw Law-Bass Pro Shop on 08-17-2016 at 02:21 AM
    Let me add this in all fairness to "Big Box Stores":I frequently browse, and make purchases
    from, Sportsman's Supermarket in Southaven, Mississippi. I don't buy guns there (yet, anyway)
    but do buy rel...

  • Posted in thread: Although I appreciate Ruger's autoloaders... on 07-04-2016 at 03:18 AM
    I don't like the way the action works in their single action revolvers. Having said that I
    wouldn't mind having another single six but I wont have another Ruger SA
    centerfire.............................

  • Posted in thread: Although I appreciate Ruger's autoloaders... on 06-30-2016 at 02:07 AM
    I reckon you'd say I was a Ruger enthusiast. Bought this .357 Magnum Three Screw Flat Top back
    in 1958: my Super Blackhawks I've garnered over the years: Three Screw models: .44 Special
    goes where ...

  • Posted in thread: Geezer Test on 06-01-2016 at 11:46 PM
    Actually yes. There were sub-compact sized ones (like 4" long) and others ranging up towards
    the 10" one C3 mentioned. I'm sure there were longer than 10" slide rules, but I have no pics
    to prove it, ...

  • Posted in thread: Geezer Test on 06-01-2016 at 11:45 PM
    I remember Civil War era cannon, those shaped like an emphoria, in a park in Memphis. We went
    there one day and they were gone. My Dad said they "went to the War effort."I had visions of
    those old gun...

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