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Mar 06, 2022 05:58 |  #4951

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Mar 16, 2022 13:32 |  #4954

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Mar 22, 2022 14:48 |  #4957

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LOL, "Western Auto ammo, $.93 a box." How old is that? I think Western Auto went out of business in the 1970s, right?

I looked it up; "Western Auto Supply Company—known more widely as Western Auto—was a specialty retail chain of stores that supplied automobile parts and accessories. It operated approximately 1200 stores across the United States. It was started in 1909 in Kansas City, Missouri, by George Pepperdine and Don Abnor Davis. Pepperdine later founded Pepperdine University.[1] Western Auto was bought by Beneficial Corporation in 1961; Western Auto's management led a leveraged buyout in 1985, leading three years later to a sale to Sears. Sears sold most of the company to Advance Auto Parts in 1998, and by 2003, the resulting merger had led to the end of the Western Auto brand and its product distribution network."




  
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Mar 23, 2022 17:14 |  #4958

lol,
well I can say i am old enough to remember shooting boxes of the RWS "Noble" and the "Eley" that looked a lot like those, but I am not esoteric enough to have ever heard of the "Western Auto" :)

hard to imagine that .22lr like the tenex is @ .50c a round right now. :eek:


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Mar 27, 2022 02:26 |  #4959

2nd Generation (1960) Colt 1873 single action 7 1/2 inch barrel in 357 with handmade ironwood grips and holster.

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Matched Ubertis in 45 Colt, 7 1/2 inch barrels, hand stitched holsters and belt with Hat by Rand's Custom Hats in Billings Mt.

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Apr 06, 2022 20:03 |  #4961

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That's a fantastic rig !.... and an appropriate background for the subject(s). {thumbsup}


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Apr 08, 2022 09:09 |  #4962

Yeah, great shot. Brings me right back to "My Name Is Nobody" etc.


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Apr 08, 2022 14:22 |  #4963

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That's a fantastic rig !.... and an appropriate background for the subject(s). {thumbsup}

Thank you, I bought some Elinchrom D-Lite 400W/s RX 4 flash units around Christmas and this was my first time using a flash in the studio rather than lights. Took a while to get stuff figured out so that there was some indication of the bash on the hat but still have light on the belt. I still have a lot of learning to do, but it turned out better than I expected.


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My grandmother's H&R .410-44 shotgun. It was in a barn for a long time, I sent to a gunsmith, he put a new lever and sear on it so it now works. I sanded the stock a bit, didn't want to remove too much wood, then stained and put 7 coats of Tru-Oil on the wood. The .44 part of the gun is .44-40. I made a shotshell from an old .44-40 case, 1cc of TrailBoss and 1.5cc of #8 shot. Actually patterns pretty decent at 15 feet. Hopefully one of my grandkids will be happy to have their GG Grandmother's bedside gun.

I've actually heard of people shooting .44 Mag out of guns like this. Although they will chamber, I wouldn't recommend it. :)

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Apr 20, 2022 20:03 |  #4965

Terry McDaniel wrote in post #19369114 (external link)
My grandmother's H&R .410-44 shotgun. It was in a barn for a long time, I sent to a gunsmith, he put a new lever and sear on it so it now works. I sanded the stock a bit, didn't want to remove too much wood, then stained and put 7 coats of Tru-Oil on the wood. The .44 part of the gun is .44-40. I made a shotshell from an old .44-40 case, 1cc of TrailBoss and 1.5cc of #8 shot. Actually patterns pretty decent at 15 feet. Hopefully one of my grandkids will be happy to have their GG Grandmother's bedside gun.

I've actually heard of people shooting .44 Mag out of guns like this. Although they will chamber, I wouldn't recommend it. :)
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Cool. Will a .44 special chamber? Are those pressures too much? I guess it's hard to know this....


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