Acquisitions

All WW2 era militaria (incl interbellum from WW1)
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The Ringo Kid
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Re: Acquisitions

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Post by The Ringo Kid » Wed Oct 26, 2016 8:13 pm

I havent picked up any images cept movie stills) for over 2 years now. rick white has gotten VERY expensive. Oh I forgot--only other buys---8 guns in the last 2 years.
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Post by Deadeye18 » Fri Oct 28, 2016 9:27 pm

Just bought 400 rounds of 7.92mm. ALL german Ww2 but mixed dates and manufacturers and it's dirty so ill be spending a week or so sorting it out by year and maker and cleaning it.I might start a headstamp collection.

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Post by The Ringo Kid » Fri Oct 28, 2016 11:24 pm

Deadeye18 wrote:Just bought 400 rounds of 7.92mm. ALL german Ww2 but mixed dates and manufacturers and it's dirty so ill be spending a week or so sorting it out by year and maker and cleaning it.I might start a headstamp collection.



Sounds gut. :thumpsup: Ill be gone allday Sat to take my class for carrying a handgun. I was missing yesterday as I went to :eh hem: "test" my Walther P-38 out--some 150 times :gun2: Im not going tyo have any probs getting a passing shooting score. :toast: I basically shoy out the entire "chest" area of my target.

Soooooooooooooo, libs will be freaking out that ill be a new addition to being armed with a gun. :D :D :D
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Post by Deadeye18 » Sat Oct 29, 2016 11:24 am

Libs worldwide wet their pants at the slightest thing!Ringo you know this line of thinking isn't korrekt so report to your prezzidizzle's nearest re education centre asap. I really miss pistol shooting.You fellows are lucky you have the 2A. Enjoy your range day bud :toast:

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Post by The Ringo Kid » Sat Jul 01, 2017 7:48 pm

^^^^^^^^^True too. We have a Constitution thanks to all out soldiers who fought (and died) to keep our freedom. liberals ARE the enemy. July 4th, is a couple days away--we are about to celebrate it once again (thank God). It'll be our 241st celebration of that day. :thumpsup: :thumpsup: :thumpsup:

Ill be celebrating part of it at work, and by buying a 7th Cavalry-marked Cimmaron Arms "Colt .45." :thumpsup:
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The gun comes marked to a particular Troop or Company-{{ Companies C, E, F, I and L}}-that was under Custer's command when he and his outfit were wiped out by Sitting Bull and his Sioux warriers.

The first troops to receive Colt's new 1873 army revolver in the latter portion of that same year, included Custer's famed 7th Cavalry. It was these early issue pistols, inspected by Orville W. Ainsworth and shipped to Fort Lincoln, that Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer's cavalry desperately fought with as they made their last stand on June 25th, 1876, at the disastrous Battle of the Little Big Horn, known to the Indians as the Fight at the Greasy Grass.

Cimarron's 7th Cavalry model in .45 Colt, is another great historical reproduction inspired by an original in our antique collection. It’s a detail-perfect rendition of the single action of Custer's ill-fated 7th Cavalry's, legendary revolver. Each authentic 7 1/2-inch barreled, firearm is properly stamped with Ainsworth's OWA cartouche on the walnut stock, government proof marks and the inspector's initials are found in all of the appropriate locations and the last 4 numbers of the serial numbering is on the cylinder, as well as on the color case hardened frame, trigger guard and blued butt strap. The proper 2-line patent dates and the U.S. stamping is also found on the left side of the frame, as with genuine "Custer era" cavalry revolvers. This model is limited to just 2,000 units of each of Custer's five companies C,E,F,I and L, that perished under his command at the Little Big Horn. Available in Standard Blue, Charcoal Blue or Original Finish. Holding Cimarron's 7th Cavalry model is like holding history in your hand!
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