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The adds with the babies handling "safe" guns would cause spontaneous brain aneurysms these days.

Ithaca Auto and Burglar Gun=go straight to jail. Do not pass go.
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Colt Police Positive, available at 15a Pall Mall, London.......................if only :cry:
From his weapons on the open road no man should step one pace away, you don't know for certain when you're out on the road when you might have need of your spear.
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That H&R ad is quite RACEY! :D
NUKE err I mean Boycott China- now and forever!!
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In the early 1950`s my dad and I were deer hunting in wisconsin and found a old abandoned log cabin that the roof had caved in to the ground. I crawled under it and found some very old magazine`s, news papers and brochers. One news paper was about Poncho Villa raiding columbus new mexico. Also found a nice 1916 Indian motorcycle pamphlet. The grand prize though, was a Savage rifle pamphlet. On the front it said "Indian Medicine", and showed a rifle and a scared fierce looking Indian chief! Never have seen even a reprint of it. That for sure wasn't "PC".
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One thing about human nature...it's never changed......normal people are afraid of losing their freedom and reputation....that's what keeps them on the straight and narrow.........the only thing a bad guy fears is the hot lead perforating his miserable body.

More guns....less crime and less aggravation for the man who just wants to live a peaceable life.----6
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A simpler time, and I long for that era's return!
Pre WWI Marlins and Singleshot rifles!
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Regarding the ad with the bulldog and the Colt, I have that exact pistol, 38ACP, has been in my family since 1922. I just yesterday took it out and shot it. Wonderful old ads, cant help thinking what would happen if they were printed in today's world. :shock:
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