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Guess this mystery part

...and win an "atta boy"

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Smurf Throwing Stars?
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Would that be a part that maybe hold some bearings in line? A cage for the ball bearings? Janet Jackson's nipple ring??
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Nope, nope, nope, and nope.
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Your nipple ring??
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Which one
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Moon clips, probably to fire .45acp out of a revolver made for .45 long colt. I have a few myself....
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Moon clips, probably to fire .45acp out of a revolver made for .45 long colt. I have a few myself....
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Pretty good Niner! I knew it was something about a gun but when I whipped out my 9mm round from my drawer and a penny it seemed that the 9mm was so much bigger than the holes on G-Forces pic.

According to size looks like G-Forces is for a 22?
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A large black snowflake? Spinner for a DUB R/C truck? Dull Ninja star?

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Moon clips, probably to fire .45acp out of a revolver made for .45 long colt. I have a few myself....
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Ding, ding, wh have a winner. Atta boy! Its a full moon clip for a .45 acp chambered S&W 1917 revolver. I think they make a modern version called a 625 or soomething that they also fit.
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I was close!!
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Ding, ding, wh have a winner. Atta boy! Its a full moon clip for a .45 acp chambered S&W 1917 revolver. I think they make a modern version called a 625 or soomething that they also fit.
Can I use it to buss a cap in someones a$$?

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Can I use it to buss a cap in someones a$$?
Only if yo a$$ has a model 1917 US Army revolver Mine was made in 1919 and my stepgrandfather carried it through the Korean War
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Correction: My 1917 was made by Colt, although I believe many contractors made them over the years. The full moon clip was designed in response to the necesity to chamber a revolver in a cartrage designed for a semi auto pistol, the 1911 Government model in the militarys case. THe newfangled pistol was slow to be produced and they needed to get pistols in soldiers hands. Lots of capable revolver makers around at the time so the 1917 US Army model was born, chambered in .45 ACP. Problem is .45ACP doesnt have a rim like a typical revolver cartrage. So the moonclip was born to hold the rimless .45 rounds.

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