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    Hey Tim-Man,
    I reckon that's a before pic....Huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by duxnbucks View Post
    Nice photos, Mr Timothy!
    But ... I don't recognize you so dressed up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by geartow View Post
    Yes I got one out 2 years ago
    Glad you got a 35, about where in Pa. are you generally speaking?
    Μολὼν λαβέ
    Don't pick a fight with an old man. If he is too old to fight, he'll just kill you.

    Tm. 30-30 # 1169 Tm. 35 # 635 Tm. 32 Spcl #121
    Tm. 44 # 53 .Team MR7 # 20,
    Tm. 45-70 #1507
    Tm. 444 # 697 , Tm. 375 # 78 .Tm.450 Marlin # 186
    ER = .356 Win caliber
    Tm. Marlin Express 308 & 338 MX,MXLR
    Tm. Mosin Nagant # 49,
    Tm. Mauser #57

    Tm. Old Phart, #291
    Tm. 44-40 # 54
    Shash-yazhi -bear-cub

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    Quote Originally Posted by SC Reb View Post
    Can't remember what I loaded. I know it was a Nosler Ballistic Tip but not sure about 125 or 150 grain. Probably the 150. Never could get the accuracy from it that I though I should have.
    What did ya give for it? If it's a tack driver, why mess with it?
    But that said, I think it would handle the AI as long as the pressures weren't more than the 30-30.




    It was a horse-trade deal...
    I traded a 336 RC 30-30 I got from Tim,
    for a Remington pump 22 that needs some work, but is very savable-
    an antique 410 single shot, that 30-30 bolt Savage,
    and a Bushnell sportview 4X.
    Then he gave me 2 hammer spurs and a bag of Marlin parts.
    And I sold him a couple of knives and he traded me that SWFA
    target scope for a knife.
    Dad called him and told him about that deal...
    he said to tell me Merry Christmas and for me to remember
    that on the next deal.
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    1950 Model A 35Rem Waffle-Top
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    1905 Model 94 Saddle-ring 44-40
    1981 375
    1952 SC 35Rem
    1978 1894 44Mag 16"
    1981 1894 357Mag
    1975 RC 35Rem
    1978 30-30 RC
    1976 Glenfeild 30
    model 1889 38-40



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    1952 Savage 99 300Sav
    Browning model 71 348Win.









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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordy View Post
    Hello Everyone, this is Abby. Merry Christmas to all of you from our Bunch in the woods. We are thinking about everyone today. Be safe and give all your family members a Big Hug from all of us here. Take care.

    Merry Christmas young lady, give that young one an extra hug from us here, and Gordy, and Tawny too !
    Μολὼν λαβέ
    Don't pick a fight with an old man. If he is too old to fight, he'll just kill you.

    Tm. 30-30 # 1169 Tm. 35 # 635 Tm. 32 Spcl #121
    Tm. 44 # 53 .Team MR7 # 20,
    Tm. 45-70 #1507
    Tm. 444 # 697 , Tm. 375 # 78 .Tm.450 Marlin # 186
    ER = .356 Win caliber
    Tm. Marlin Express 308 & 338 MX,MXLR
    Tm. Mosin Nagant # 49,
    Tm. Mauser #57

    Tm. Old Phart, #291
    Tm. 44-40 # 54
    Shash-yazhi -bear-cub

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    Quote Originally Posted by galaxieman View Post
    A very Merry Christmas to all. Nice to see the Gearfather stopped by, Little Red Riding Hood checked in for Gordy and the gang. We are mostly up a the house but waiting for the sleepy heads. Christmas morning cant officially start till everyone is up. The who grandsons are starting to get antsy.
    I have to say I sure am glad to have you all. I am looking forward to the Texas trip more than Christmas.

    I feel the same Amos, glad to have this bunch of friends.
    Μολὼν λαβέ
    Don't pick a fight with an old man. If he is too old to fight, he'll just kill you.

    Tm. 30-30 # 1169 Tm. 35 # 635 Tm. 32 Spcl #121
    Tm. 44 # 53 .Team MR7 # 20,
    Tm. 45-70 #1507
    Tm. 444 # 697 , Tm. 375 # 78 .Tm.450 Marlin # 186
    ER = .356 Win caliber
    Tm. Marlin Express 308 & 338 MX,MXLR
    Tm. Mosin Nagant # 49,
    Tm. Mauser #57

    Tm. Old Phart, #291
    Tm. 44-40 # 54
    Shash-yazhi -bear-cub

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    Prayer for all affected by the earthquake, Andrés.
    La'i-be'eeldoh=(many guns)-NRA Life - Marlin league #16, Minnesota MarlinOwners--Team's= Marlin Express, Levermatic, 35 Rem #68, 32 Special #4, 45-70 #28, 1894 #94,30-30 #131, 39 #39, 38-55 #39, X7 #47, 60 #120, Shotgun #3, 366-44 #2, 44-40 #37, 22 Mag #006, 356 #?, MR7 #3 pending-Finally an Updated Marlin Dates and Production sheets.-Marlin Model 32-38 Pump Project-LEVERMATIC Catalog pages 1955-69 -This is how I converted a Marlin pump 22, to new type mag tube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaweskar View Post
    We just had a earthquake! It was quite shaky ...
    ... but we are good, nothing fell down or anything. Still trying to figure out if it was more serious somewhere else.

    Prayers for you and your country men, may they be safe from harm.
    Μολὼν λαβέ
    Don't pick a fight with an old man. If he is too old to fight, he'll just kill you.

    Tm. 30-30 # 1169 Tm. 35 # 635 Tm. 32 Spcl #121
    Tm. 44 # 53 .Team MR7 # 20,
    Tm. 45-70 #1507
    Tm. 444 # 697 , Tm. 375 # 78 .Tm.450 Marlin # 186
    ER = .356 Win caliber
    Tm. Marlin Express 308 & 338 MX,MXLR
    Tm. Mosin Nagant # 49,
    Tm. Mauser #57

    Tm. Old Phart, #291
    Tm. 44-40 # 54
    Shash-yazhi -bear-cub

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    Hey Tim...

    I had you in mind when I got that scope.
    It's what they call a tactical-target scope.
    Figured it would work on your AR, or that 257Ackley.
    It's a dang nice piece of glass...

    https://swfa.com/catalog/product/vie...mm-riflescope/
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    1905 Model 94 Saddle-ring 44-40
    1981 375
    1952 SC 35Rem
    1978 1894 44Mag 16"
    1981 1894 357Mag
    1975 RC 35Rem
    1978 30-30 RC
    1976 Glenfeild 30
    model 1889 38-40



    1917 Winnie 92 SRC 25-20
    1952 Savage 99 300Sav
    Browning model 71 348Win.









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    Quote Originally Posted by navajo View Post
    It was a horse-trade deal...
    I traded a 336 RC 30-30 I got from Tim,
    for a Remington pump 22 that needs some work, but is very savable-
    an antique 410 single shot, that 30-30 bolt Savage,
    and a Bushnell sportview 4X.
    Then he gave me 2 hammer spurs and a bag of Marlin parts.
    And I sold him a couple of knives and he traded me that SWFA
    target scope for a knife.
    Dad called him and told him about that deal...
    he said to tell me Merry Christmas and for me to remember
    that on the next deal.
    Another gentleman from East Texas!!!

    Kaweskar (Sha'diaah-Binaai)

    P a t a g o n i a - H i g h l a n d s
    Nature Preserve - Outfitters - Realtors



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