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    Quote Originally Posted by Cavalryman View Post
    Also, all of the Air Force Model 15s had wide target triggers and hammers, even the 2" ones. Supposedly that was specified in the belief that it would promote better marksmanship.
    Cool, good to know!

    What about the holster? This one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildBillCody View Post
    I could be wrong, but I am pretty sure I have saw that on a tv show, I'm thinking it was the Star Trek episode where they go back in time and they end up at an Air Force base. I think this guy Attachment 58263 had one on his belt, but I'd have to go back and look.
    Sorry I know this is late, but didnít that dude have white grips on his 38. ?
    We thought about it for a long time, "Endeavor to persevere." And when we had thought about it long enough, we declared war on the Union

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    I'm looking it up right now. The episode is "Tomorrow is Yesterday". See what I can find.


    He did in fact have white grips on his .38 revolver. Still looking for his ammo pouch.

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    [QUOTE=scottz63;382984]I'm looking it up right now. The episode is "Tomorrow is Yesterday". See what I can find.


    He did in fact have white grips on his .38 revolver. Still looking for his ammo pouch.

    You are a google-fu hero lol! I think you need a set of those grips on your .38!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don in IA View Post
    You are a google-fu hero lol! I think you need a set of those grips on your .38!
    Thank you! LOL!

    I have some for my .38, Franzite's.


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    Quote Originally Posted by scottz63 View Post
    I'm looking it up right now. The episode is "Tomorrow is Yesterday". See what I can find.


    He did in fact have white grips on his .38 revolver. Still looking for his ammo pouch.

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    SAC security was very cool in the 50s/60s (at least on TV and film) Curtis Lemay RIP
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    They were cool! Lol

    I need to find and watch this episode. I'm sure I have seen it. but don't remember.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottz63 View Post
    They were cool! Lol

    I need to find and watch this episode. I'm sure I have seen it. but don't remember.
    Be warned they have an F 104 and its prominently featured in the opening scene. Now that I am thinking about it our Air Police with his white grips must work for NORAD and not SAC. They had the Scorpion Delta Dagger Voodoo Delta Dart and our missile with a man in it ‘Starfighter’ So many Jets and we just scratched the surface..
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    Yup, maybe NORAD. I got to take a tour inside Cheyenne Mountain when I was at school for Army Space Command in Colorado. Very cool!
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