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Re: .35 Cal Center fire shell


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Posted by michelle on August 02, 2002 at 20:35:10 from (209.216.173.176):

In Reply to: .35 Cal Center fire shell posted by Dennis on August 02, 2002 at 09:44:22:

by my info the tc shell that someone was talking about was a 30/30 shell cut and necked.
35 caliber rifle, owned by grandma, made by Richard & Richard in England for only a few years 1903 to 1905, octogon barrel lever action, barrel is 32 inches longs, weighs 13 pounds. Considered a light saddle gun, Grandma still has two boxes of shells.


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