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    As far as the off hand cycling, there is going to be a power factor with the handguns and with a service load in a .45 single action, the recoil will roll the gun up and give little to no advantage anyway.

    Some people fire one handed because it is traditional and a two handed shooter fires in the same class. Can't do away with two handed shooting as the older or disabled gents might really need to use two hands.

    The rules are all very well thought out, considering all the factors involved and trying to keep things level.

    I collect US Military, but there are some foreign guns that stand out.

    This is my Broom Handled Mauser with holster stock. Just had to have one because it was cool and one of the few shoulder stocked handguns legal to own without special paperwork.

    These are legal in GAF, without the stock attached. The trick is getting it to work with lead bullets! I haven't tried and these things are awkward to shoot without the stock anyway.


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    @ Charles Isaac - whereabouts in Maine - anything more specific? (Just curious.)

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    The old ass revolving rifle is a nice one.

    Too bad I can't find any fire-able ones.

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    Ok whose up for full blown automatics...
    All you need is a Class III license...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodsWoman View Post
    @ Charles Isaac - whereabouts in Maine - anything more specific? (Just curious.)
    Hello Wild Woods Woman!

    The great Yankee Sporting Goods Emporium-KTP!


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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    Does anyone know where to get a shoulder holster without paying an arm and a leg? Preferably nylon, with one with a spot for the gun to be tucked away vertically on one side and a place for one or two clips on the other side.
    Ebay has some good deals on used shoulder holsters.

    I would go with leather-you only live once!


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    KTP - Maine's deep south *laugh* a hundred miles away and I've never been there. There are plenty of small shops that end up with intriguing pieces much closer to home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildWoodsWoman View Post
    KTP - Maine's deep south *laugh* a hundred miles away and I've never been there. There are plenty of small shops that end up with intriguing pieces much closer to home.
    Yeah, the small shops have the best deals a lot of the time. KTP is more like a tourist trap now-high prices. Nice displays though.

    Moose is good meat. Ever have it?


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    The moosemeat I had was sausage with too many spices. I imagine it would be good if it hadn't been feeding on spruce - that can flavor the meat poorly.

    My favorite small shops don't even have web sites or I'd share them.

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    Musk ox is good, too!

    So is caribou and elk.

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