We shipped 6000 head of cattle in the last two months. We got $1.50 a pound. What are you paying for hamburger?
Do you suppose somebody’s gouging...
You have only just begun. That rifle will demand a powder horn, percussion cap holder, and in many cases, like mine, a Tipi, a trailer to haul the...
Works good as skip shot under a car at a BG shooting at you. Between the shot and the gravel it kicked up, it spoiled that feller’s whole day.
How do the hogs feel about being accused of lawn terrorism?
That flinter is finer than frog’s hair.
I got a model 66 during high school in the 50s. It kept me in beer and gas money through college shooting jackrabbits and selling them to a mink...
Somebody git a rope.;):rofl:
Bob Serva doesn’t sell junk.
I have run the gamut through all kinds of 38s, but have thinned the herd down to a pre-WWII 38/44 Outdoorsman and a 5 inch 38/44 nickel...
Mag guts conversion is a good improvement.
I've used one of these for years, Works very well.
Old age and physical changes have led me to the Sig P365.
Just for giggles and grins.
Here is a 41 Mag JHP round that I fired at a 70s vintage Ford Bronco that knocked me out into a guy's yard.
I carried a 10 mm stainless 1911 in CCO configuration on the ranch for nearly 20 years.
A 3/4 scale government model for all practical purposes.
Don’t what this is.
Half of the purpose of the old Texas BBQs was for struttin’ your fancy LEO guns and often times prison made carryin’ rigs.
Then there was the...
Went to a BBQ my Great Uncle put on when he bought a ranch in Colorado. A full buffalo on a spit overnight. I was just a kid and don't remember...
I carried a personal Model 58 41 magnum when a LEO in rural Wyoming. I was concerned with penetration in situations dealing with vehicles. It...
I said brisket back on the first page.:):thumbup:
Can’t be a respectable Wyoming rancher and not push BBQ brisket.:D
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