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I lived forty miles from Albany, pecans were everywhere.
From Ellaville to Albany the roads were lined with groves in the 60’s.
We lived in...
I’m a native Georgian. I spent several years in the Southwest part of the state...pecans were a way of life there. I’m sure it’s not like...
I haven’t seen any in the neighborhood this year, must be a migrational thing.
No knife purse, I don’t have a disclaimer from Tony Bose.
@Hickory n steel
That Vaughn #9 10 ounce is a great little hammer. My wrist can’t handle a heavy one any more.
Yes, but I don’t think it was recommended as a carry mode.
Col Cooper called it Condition Three, loaded magazine, empty chamber, hammer down....US Military procedure when the 1911 was standard issue....
We also had five pecan trees in the yard....you can guess who had the job of keeping the population down.
When you're able to get out, try the...
My late Dad covered his strawberries with hardware mesh wire, he bent in at a 90 degree angle, it kept some of the squirrels out. He usually...
Definitely bad news for a lot of collectors.
Happy Birthday, I’m right on your heels...
Its a commercial model .38/200 British Service Revolver, the Victory models had a V or VS prefix, April 1940 production began with SN 70000, the...
If it’s a Victory Model, it would have been parkerized and have a lanyard swivel. If the hole has been plugged, that’s a clue. .38-200, .38...
No the number 8 is 3” closed and the frame is not the same. The 8 is slimmer overall, including the blade.
I think it’s a nice shotgun, hasn’t been made in quite a few years. I used it for quail, shells were too expensive for doves :)
Get the 28, it has true 28 sized frame. Feels like carrying a spear :)
No sandals for me, too easy to trip stumble or fall (especially if drinking). I like fishing type shirts with square hems, that’s a...
I wear shorts from April to about October. Jeans in the fall and winter. I’m retired and I wear whatever I want and no more than I have to.
carrying my newest Bose
3 1/4" Swayback from Reese, D-2, green canvas, number 1.