Thank you. The Caspian .38 Super remains a sentimental favorite, as I built it from the ground up. While all of them have gone on to different owners, I still consider them to be my 'children'. I retain visitation rights, but it was a lot easier to visit them when I was still living in SC.
I got to briefly see the Caspian again this Spring during a short visit. I still regret never touching up the bead blasting on the frame after checkering, and the polish of the slide flats could use some TLC as well. However, the 30lpi checkering is still sharp, and the owner insists that the action remains just as sweet as the day I last touched it. The photos of the Caspian were taken last year.
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Anaconda not on CA DOJ approved list
Thinking about buying an Anaconda and i see, or rather i dont see, the DOJ web site doesnt have it on the approved list.
you have got to be kidding me!
Just what is wrong with the Anaconda that would make it not approved. Someone please help me to...
A friend of mine emailed me some pictures of the world's largest grizzly bear; here's the story that went along with the photos...
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I'm in the market for a good C02 1911 replica in the $100 range for home/basement short range practice and drills. I've looked at everything offered by Pyramyd Air and have narrowed the search to the Colt Commander, the Springfield Armory Mil Spec, and the SIG Old Glory. (The Colt and SA might...
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