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- Fri Feb 03, 2012 9:57 am
- Forum: Longarms - Shotguns and Rifles
- Topic: lever action madness
- Replies: 25
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The guys have thrown out some good choices for you to pick from azrael99. I've an 1876 Winchester replica chambered for the 45-60 cartridge that I'm quite fond of. Chose the 45-60 cartridge because I had plenty of 45-70 brass to cut down for it. You'd sure have to reload because you won't find them ...
I want an old school bowie so bad. Nice looking knives. Very classy. Thank you Blackout. Guess this was the wrong place to post pics of traditional stuff though huh? That weeping heart on that long knife has been around for a long time on weapons. Guess a good portion of folks these days aren't awa...
I'm more of a traditional kind of guy with my knives...here are a few. Of course the bottom two see all the action. 1. Kansas Bowie...maker was Ernie Grospitch. 2. French longknife...maker was Billy Watson. 3. Drop point...Ernie Grospitch. 4. Patch knife...Billy Watson. http://img.photobucket.com/al...
- Sat Jan 28, 2012 1:08 am
- Forum: Bug Out Gear
- Topic: Question: how much did gear cost back in the day?
- Replies: 15
- Views: 901
Firearms are a mixed bag I bought my first Mini-14 for $225 (1976) new and a Colt AR-15 was about $750 to $1,000...if you could order one AND get the factory to ship it. I bought a Mini-14 in 1976 for around that price myself. Far as the Colt AR-15's go...my first was $330 in the latter part of 197...