Backstrap


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Backstrap

Part of harness. A leather strap attached near the top of a Hame and then running along the back of the horse and joining with some of the strapping that held the breeching in place.
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The engraving on the backstrap of your piece is not period at all.
The Yakan still use the primitive backstrap loom, which consists of different sticks and tangles of thread.
On the gun, you measure it from the center of the backstrap where the web of the hand will sit, to the center of the face of the trigger.
0 Smith & Wesson has introduced a fourth backstrap size: the medium-large.
More years ago than I care to count, Mike Schoby and I sat around a campfire, sharing a bottle of cheap whiskey while a fresh backstrap roasted over the coals.
What may seem like no big deal, but I think is, is the addition of a new backstrap size.
With grill preheated and left on high, place the entire backstrap on
The metal finish is very nice, but the grips could use a bit of woodwork because they are slightly proud where they meet the backstrap.
The iron frame was flat with a brass trigger guard and backstrap.
There are five cross point screws holding the backstrap to the frame.
Medium size panels and backstrap were installed on my pistol from the factory, but the small and large ones were in the case in their own foam cutouts (along with a spare 13-round magazine).
The author, an anthropologist who was an apprentice with master weavers in Wixarika families, describes the technology of backstrap loom weaving of the Huichol (Wixarika) Indian women of San Andres Cohamiata, Jalisco, Mexico, and its spiritual and emotional meaning for them.