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  1. cactusjack

    Name that gun!

    ok, 1873 springfield was right. it was a spanish contract but there isnt any way of knowing that from a dark picture. Party foul
  2. cactusjack

    Name that gun!

    remington 1870. the picture is very dark.
  3. cactusjack

    Name that gun!

    1873 Springfield
  4. cactusjack

    Name that gun!

    My dad had one, Remington Mod 24
  5. cactusjack

    Name that gun!

    It looks like an Aya but I'd like to see the other side
  6. cactusjack

    Name that gun!

    The war camel story reminds me of another interesting fact. It was the Turks that first used sheep intestines as condoms. It was the Europeans that perfected the practice by removing the intestines from the sheep first.
  7. cactusjack

    Name that gun!

    I think it's the Hi-Point of the desert
  8. cactusjack

    Jumping Jack Trailer

    I think mine is a 2006 or 7. It works great. But they did change the sizes. from Jumping Jack. We changed the width in 2009 and the length in 2016.
  9. cactusjack

    Name that gun!

    what makes me think it is Ottoman is the rear peep sight and the double front post sights. And they used matchlocks for a couple hundred years, from what I gather. the pictures do not show the sights very well. I will take more pictures tonight
  10. cactusjack

    Name that gun!

    Why did Constantinople get the works? That's nobody's business but the Turks...
  11. cactusjack

    Jumping Jack Trailer

    I have an older one and they did change the deck rails. The one I have has straight rails and they changed them to have flared out rails to take longer/wider ATV?UTVs. Not sure what year they changed them though.
  12. cactusjack

    Mountain house scam

    What is the difference between the Pro-Pak® and Standard Adventure Meal™ Pouches? We’ve reformulated and repackaged our 2020 Pro-Pak® line to align with military specifications for Meals Cold Weather (MCW). Our new Pro-Paks contain one serving, have higher protein, and focused calories than our Standard Adventure Meal™ Pouches. These Pro-Paks can be identified by a red Pro-Pak® badge on the front of the pouch and have the same 30-year shelf life from date of manufacture as Adventure Meal™ pouches, with the exception of ice cream products. Previous to this, the difference between our Pro-Paks and Standard Adventure Meal™ Pouches were that Pro-Paks generally held slightly less food, but this varied from recipe to recipe. These older Pro-Paks® were also vacuum packed to prevent expansion at high altitude and to be as compact as possible. Our previous vacuum sealed Pro-Paks also had a 30-year shelf life from date of manufacture.
  13. cactusjack

    Mountain house scam

    I have had both the single serving and the double. I always find a way to eat the double though the single serving would have been plenty. The only difference is the amount of food in the bag and the vacuum packaging.
  14. cactusjack

    Mountain house scam

    I get it. They changed the packaging but didn't change the description/marketing info. If you plan your trip based off of a certain amount of weight/space/quantity of food per package and they ship you something different, I get being disappointed. Eating 2 servings out of one bag would make for an awkward dinner with your hunting buddy.
  15. cactusjack

    Name that gun!

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