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Pontcharra-Delvigne Mle1837 carbine    Manufactured in France c.1830-50′s.  .65 caliber ball, 40cm long smoothbore barrel, percussion Pontcharra breechloading system, saddle ring.  Designed as an elite cavalry carbine, it was an early breechloading military firearm using a removable breech block secured with a hinged piece on the gun. It was never adopted beyond regimental level.

Pontcharra-Delvigne Mle1837 carbine Manufactured in France c.1830-50′s. .65 caliber ball, 40cm long smoothbore barrel, percussion Pontcharra breechloading system, saddle ring. Designed as an elite cavalry carbine, it was an early breechloading military firearm using a removable breech block secured with a hinged piece on the gun. It was never adopted beyond regimental level.

Winchester Model 1895 carbine Designed by John M. Browning and manufactured by Winchester Repeating Arms Co. c.1895-1936 and then on order until 1940 - serial number 8455.
.30-40 Krag five-round internal box magazine, lever-action repeater, saddle ring.

Winchester Model 1895 carbine Designed by John M. Browning and manufactured by Winchester Repeating Arms Co. c.1895-1936 and then on order until 1940 - serial number 8455. .30-40 Krag five-round internal box magazine, lever-action repeater, saddle ring.

Pontcharra-Delvigne Mle1837 carbine    Manufactured in France c.1830-50′s.  .65 caliber ball, 40cm long smoothbore barrel, percussion Pontcharra breechloading system, saddle ring.  Designed as an elite cavalry carbine, it was an early breechloading military firearm using a removable breech block secured with a hinged piece on the gun. It was never adopted beyond regimental level.

Pontcharra-Delvigne Mle1837 carbine Manufactured in France c.1830-50′s. .65 caliber ball, 40cm long smoothbore barrel, percussion Pontcharra breechloading system, saddle ring. Designed as an elite cavalry carbine, it was an early breechloading military firearm using a removable breech block secured with a hinged piece on the gun. It was never adopted beyond regimental level.

Yvonne De Carlo ... I'll take a bullet for you anytime!

Yvonne De Carlo ... I'll take a bullet for you anytime!

jeans (dl1961), sweater (Gap), blouse (J.Crew see Alternative), blazer (Zara, Alternate Green Topper), loafers (C. Wonder), bag (Michael Kors), watch (Cartier), rings (Lagos, Anna Beck), shades (Ray Ban) Multitasking like a son of a gun this afternoon which would explain the tardiness of today’s post (apologies). Wanted to see if I could make this blazer a smidge …

jeans (dl1961), sweater (Gap), blouse (J.Crew see Alternative), blazer (Zara, Alternate Green Topper), loafers (C. Wonder), bag (Michael Kors), watch (Cartier), rings (Lagos, Anna Beck), shades (Ray Ban) Multitasking like a son of a gun this afternoon which would explain the tardiness of today’s post (apologies). Wanted to see if I could make this blazer a smidge …

Colt 1847 Walker saddle holster revolver    Manufactured by Samuel Colt in New York City, USA c.1847, serial number C. Company 136.  .454 cap and ball (.44 caliber), six shots cylinder loaded with up to 60 grains of powder for up to 700J of muzzle energy, a performance that would not be matched by handguns until the introduction of the .357 Magnum in 1935.

Colt 1847 Walker saddle holster revolver Manufactured by Samuel Colt in New York City, USA c.1847, serial number C. Company 136. .454 cap and ball (.44 caliber), six shots cylinder loaded with up to 60 grains of powder for up to 700J of muzzle energy, a performance that would not be matched by handguns until the introduction of the .357 Magnum in 1935.

Calamity Jane is a "Wild West"-themed film musical released in 1953. It is loosely based on the life of Wild West heroine Calamity Jane and explores an alleged romance between Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok in the American Old West. The film starred Doris Day as the title character and Howard Keel as Hickok. It was devised by Warner Brothers in response to the success of Annie Get Your Gun. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song

Calamity Jane 27x40 Movie Poster (1953)

Calamity Jane is a "Wild West"-themed film musical released in 1953. It is loosely based on the life of Wild West heroine Calamity Jane and explores an alleged romance between Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok in the American Old West. The film starred Doris Day as the title character and Howard Keel as Hickok. It was devised by Warner Brothers in response to the success of Annie Get Your Gun. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song

Thoughts on the Passing of the “Waco Kid” - ChangingAging

Thoughts on the Passing of the “Waco Kid” - ChangingAging

Our Saddle Buffalo Classic Vest is made from beautiful, supple, thick Buffalo Leather. The brown liner complements the unique saddle color of the leather. Features two inside pockets (gun pocket on the left and standard pocket on the right), your choice of front snaps (including our hand crafted US Mint Coin snaps), a pieced back, and laced sides (maximum adjustability).

Our Saddle Buffalo Classic Vest is made from beautiful, supple, thick Buffalo Leather. The brown liner complements the unique saddle color of the leather. Features two inside pockets (gun pocket on the left and standard pocket on the right), your choice of front snaps (including our hand crafted US Mint Coin snaps), a pieced back, and laced sides (maximum adjustability).

Pontcharra-Delvigne Mle1837 carbine    Manufactured in France c.1830-50′s.  .65 caliber ball, 40cm long smoothbore barrel, percussion Pontcharra breechloading system, saddle ring.  Designed as an elite cavalry carbine, it was an early breechloading military firearm using a removable breech block secured with a hinged piece on the gun. It was never adopted beyond regimental level.

Pontcharra-Delvigne Mle1837 carbine Manufactured in France c.1830-50′s. .65 caliber ball, 40cm long smoothbore barrel, percussion Pontcharra breechloading system, saddle ring. Designed as an elite cavalry carbine, it was an early breechloading military firearm using a removable breech block secured with a hinged piece on the gun. It was never adopted beyond regimental level.

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