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    Tinhorn
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    Part of aging I guess, Thank God I don't shoot with my knees

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    Quote Originally Posted by frumplepigskin View Post
    Part of aging I guess, Thank God I don't shoot with my knees
    ... or hips.

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    Welcome to the forum! Best of luck with your health. I can't believe you don't have 25 posts already
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    Welcome to the forum. Hope you find a solution to your shoulder problem. I'm starting to wonder how far I can push my shoulder with the 1895M too. Hard choices.
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    Welcome to MO, I too recommend listing here. Good luck.
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    why not load it down so it doesn't boot as bad? just a thought
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    Why not get a 1894 Marlin or Winchester in 44 mag?
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    Always better to carry "too much" gun and too many cartridges...
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