I gots me own! Too many years tying flies to be without head cement and the good stuff is expensive. Love the looks when I"m browsing through the Sally's Hard As Nails display! :wink: :haha:Cynthialee said:might want to ask her before you go into her makeup and swipe the nail polish...
It sure is, obviously! Don't drop it!larryp said:Carrying capped with the hammer down on the cap is an accident waiting to happen if you drop it and it lands on the hammer. I carry mine on 1/2 cock with the belt hook tucked in my belt.
Single shot, not revolver.
How does one carry a loaded percussion pistol safely?
... my point was what did they do when there was the possibility of getting into an unexpected shootout?
Wow, I sure would have loved to have met and spoken with him!! The closest I ever came to that was speaking to some real "G" men.Capt. Thomas said:My great grandfather taught me to shoot and firearms safety when I was 9 yrs. old with a 1849 Colt Pocket .31 that he carried daily as a "belly gun" as he called it. It was his back up to the 1st issue Colt SAA .41 he wore as a Costable & later a Sherrif in Oklahoma from 1896-1922.