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Re: Chief of Ordnance 1880 stock replacements

Posted by Ralph Hunt on Thursday, 17 December 2015, at 6:30 p.m., in response to Chief of Ordnance 1880 stock replacements, posted by Stephen B. McCartney on Thursday, 17 December 2015, at 1:56 a.m.

Don't know how many of you gentlemen have any experience with horses but even the best horse on his best day can and will go absolutely bonkers. A clap of lightning, stepping into a gopher hole,a bee sting, a sore tooth,you name it and they will come unwrapped .Once they shuck a rider they'll run off a couple hundred yards bucking and farting all the way knowing they're the first horse ever to get away with that.When they stop they'll hit the ground for a good roll, usually rolling clear over side to side three times.If the carbine was still in the boot it's guaranteed to break the stock at the wrist.I've been bit, stomped, kicked and bucked off and haven't even been around one of the smelly beasts since I was a teenager.


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