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    Sidewinder
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    357 and 41 go play

    Now ammo is available again thought it was time to go shot a few levers. First up was a JM in 357 that hasn't been out for at least 10 years. Second was unfired Cowboy limited in 41mag I bought new in 99. Finally decided to screw it and have fun with it. The HP bullets were a little rough cycling most loaded to use in revolvers. I still have box and paper work so don't think I devalued it much and don't really care at this point. I have the letter of authenticity for it and one for a 45lc from 2001 that I lost years ago in a big "D" if anyone needs one for a 45lc. I was putting carbine and revolver combs together but Ex's lawyer broke up that idea and lost interest to start again.
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    Hard to put a "like" on your post after reading that last part, but glad you got to keep what you did and that you took them out to play. I had to settle on a Henry to get a .41 rifle, but I'm good with it. Put up some pictures when you have time. We love gun pics!
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    I'm over it but was hard to watch 35 firearms go away. There is a BLR 308,Win 94AE in 444, 39A,336- 44 mag keeping the other 2 company.
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    I always found that women in a divorce always want what means the most to the man. If he was a fisherman they had to have the boat if he hunted they wanted his guns or dog ect. They can be spiteful.

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    Good that you got a break in the weather and got out!

    Y'all making me feel fortunate. I've been through two divorces and still have the same guns that I had before the first divorce, except for one that I willingly gave my 2nd divorcee. However, I did lose all my fishing and camping stuff in the first divorce. Almost lost my camper, but the judge agreed I needed a place to sleep.
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    Women being spiteful? Whatever gave you THAT IDEA? LOL! My ex was 'bout half Seneca and the rest was just plain bloodthirsty!
    My divorce cost me a bucket of money - but I can now say that it was money was well spent!
    I kept all my guns (INCLUDING my CCL .41 mag.) AND my cast iron collection (skillets, griddle, and honest to goodness Dutch ovens).
    Anyhow, that's the past. My relationship with my sons & grands is better than ever in spite of her.
    Glad you got to exercise those rifles. I have a pair as well and for sure they are pure enjoyment!

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    Only one divorce here, And many rifles since. When someone says I need a wife, I say rifle not wifle!
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    Subject change. No use kicking a dead horse.
    The way the Libtards are going nuts and the unrest that's playing out thought it was time to go thru firearms and get them up to speed. Hoppies and some new lube never hurts. Running a few rounds thru and getting familiar with all of them again. I like packing a revolver hiking and a lever is same caliber seemed like a good choice.
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