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  1. Colt New Service. Great guns I have two in 45LC, one is a target model. Great shooters if you load them with .454 bullets. I also have two in 44-40. Both the 44-40’s have tight cylinder mouths and won’t shoot worth a hoot. I need to open up the cylinder mouths a couple thousandths and I should be good to go. I have no idea how they might have loaded the 44-40’s in the old days, maybe that’s why my two in 44-40 have little sign of use, they didn’t shoot well back then either. Also, the later ones in the 20’s and 30’s have better sights, thicker blades with a wider notch. The early ones can be hard for old eyes to see, sights are pretty fine.

    I have a couple S&W .44 HE’s in .44 special from the early 20’s (2nd model) that are great shooters too.
    BTW, all of these guns benefit from the installation of Tyler T-Grips. They really bust my middle finger knuckle without the Tyler T-Grip. Might be because of my smallish hands, I don’t know….
    All of these old pre-WWII wheel guns are rapidly going up in value.

    1. Yeah, platinum is stupid cheap right now. Priced less than gold or palladium.

      Typically gold and palladium are about at parity w/ platinum charging a significant premium.

      JWR — why the emphasis on palladium?

      Personally, I’d rather have a portfolio of silver and platinum at today’s prices than either gold or palladium.

  2. One “theory” I’ve heard about bitcoin was that major financial institutions want to open trading desks in cryptos and are leveraging their prices lower before they enter the market. Has anyone else heard this?

  3. in the permian basin drilling for oil there are 3 pipelines that were due to be finished 2020 taking the oil to the gulf. They are ahead of schedule and rumor says it will be finished between the 2nd or 3rd quarter of 2019. With all that being said, you have to wonder will that gear up the drilling only to put a glut in place? Once they start they can never pace themselves and soon there is too much on the market and then that causes other problems. Boom towns have over inflated prices on housing, real estate, fuel, groceries, child care and even overcrowded schools. The list goes on and on.

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