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    "Brian - you had waistbands?"


    When I said waistbands I actually meant loincloths ... or fig leaves.


    Shades of Monty Python's "The Four Yorkshiremen."

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    Thank you, guys. I appreciate the help.
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    Reload. Then you know you have an American made product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    "Brian - you had waistbands?"


    When I said waistbands I actually meant loincloths ... or fig leaves.


    Shades of Monty Python's "The Four Yorkshiremen."

    Monty Python - Four Yorkshiremen - YouTube
    I used to dream about having a fig leaf.

    We had to use a cactus.

    But tell that to the kids nowadays...they won't believe you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeppelin03 View Post
    Reload. Then you know you have an American made product.
    I'm saving up for a wedding, or I would be investing in the equipment. It is something I want to learn and succeed in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeppelin03 View Post
    Reload. Then you know you have an American made product.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tros View Post
    I know Winchester Repeating Arms Company isn't 100% American owned; is Winchester Ammunition completely separate from Winchester Repeating Arms Company? I know the Olin Corporation produces the ammunition, but I'm not sure of their connection with Winchester Repeating Arms Company... Does anybody have any input on the ownership?
    The Olin Corporation is still the owner of the Winchester trademarks, their current license agreement is with Browning (which in turn is owned by Fabrique Nationale d'Herstal).


    BVAC is another American ammo company.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    "Brian - you had waistbands?"


    When I said waistbands I actually meant loincloths ... or fig leaves.


    Shades of Monty Python's "The Four Yorkshiremen."

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    Exactly where I was headed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    "Brian - you had waistbands?"


    When I said waistbands I actually meant loincloths ... or fig leaves.


    Shades of Monty Python's "The Four Yorkshiremen."

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    Weren't these the original Smartcarry? :)
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    Georgia Arms

    Does Ultramax manufacture any NEW ammo - I thought they were a commercial reloader of once-fired brass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuda66 View Post
    I used to dream about having a fig leaf.

    We had to use a cactus.

    But tell that to the kids nowadays...they won't believe you.

    You guys must have been really tough....even tougher if you used the cactus spine side in!
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    The Old Days

    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    I tell ye', sonny boy, when we was young-uns all we had was Remington, Winchester, and Federal. We got 'er done with only those three, all producing the same basic load with the same bullet weight selection and same bullet shape. I tell ya', it was tough in those days, walking 20 miles to school each day, barefoot in the snow, totin' great heavy .38s and .45s, loaded up with that ammo and carried Mexican style, poked in our waistbands with nary a holster between us. Uphill both ways it was too!

    Ya don't see geography like that now-days.
    Excellent post about those old days. Where I come from we only had snow, once in a coons age, and I never walked 20 miles to school; but I do remember walking barefoot through the hot sand and every once in awhile having to pull the grass burs out of my foot and my old Levi pants. Since I lived in the country, not many of the old folks had pistols; but, everyone had a shotgun, a single shot 22 and an old 32 or 30-30 lever action Winchester. Not many ammo choices either. The little country places didn't even carry Federal Ammunition until up in the late 60's or early 70's. All we could get was Remington and Winchester and not many choices either; but, we were glad to get what ever they had.

    Good to remember those days!
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    Underwood assembles their ammunition in the US. I don't know where they get all their components outside of the Gold Dot bullet. Of course a lot of ammunition companies use other companies' bullets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post
    Winchester is American owned, but subs out production of "white box" ammo to Israel and Croatia. FWIW I never had a problem with the Croatian pistol ammo, but I have seen numerous examples of blind primer pockets on the Israeli-made 5.56 (Q3131A).
    Wow, I had no idea (and I have some white box in my safe.)

    This is turning out to be a valuable thread,.

    Tros, good question that you ask!

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