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When I dated, the guys would usually always pick up the tab. I do know, however, that I started to go "Dutch treat" after some of these paying gentlemen expected me to pay up after dinner. As a woman, I don't expect the man I am dating to pay for everything, but if he offers to take me out to dinner, I think he should pay since he asked. Although I am a strong woman I am also very feminine. " :hehe I guess your right about the 60's movements, it's bringing us (Men and women) down the drain!
I don't think there is any difference between courtship and dating. Personally I think the Woman's Movement ruined alot of this for us. Another words if the woman is getting a higher salary then why shouldn't she pay? I've found that older gentleman from the World War 2 era are more apt to open a door for you or be gentlemanly enough not to use profanity around ladies. The way a lady conducts herself almost always predicts how the man will treat her. ) talk about another woman (Starbuck, blond lady, Viper pilot) in front of a man (Baltar) : "Now that she's (Starbuck) never coming back, you'll never know if she's a real blond, will you?
I would recommend a great book to buy is "The P.38 Pistol, Spreewerk Production" by Jan Balcar and Ron Clarin!
Welcome to the forum, and Congratulations on your new find! I know this sounds like a typical question, but do you have a ballpark estimate as to what this pistol may be worth?
And, a true lady who expects her man to treat her with respect, should also show her man respect as well.
David, Imperial Military Lugers of WWI were numbered from 1 at the beginning of each year.
My dad recently gave me his Mark V Deluxe .300 Weatherby Mag rifle. Does anyone have knowledge of Weatherby rifles of this era? Someone else posted a photo of one on here several years ago. BTW, during that time and throughout the Vietnam war, Roy Weatherby was selling his rifles to servicemen at cost. P __________________ A curious thing happens when hatchery fish stocks decline: People who aren't aware of the old levels accept the new ones as normal. They made rifles for Weatherby from 1960 to 1972, when the production moved to Japan. They made rifles for Weatherby from 1960 to 1972, when the production moved to Japan. On later rifles, they enlarged the top of the tab to make it easier to use the safety.
He bought it while stationed in West Germany in 1963. My limited research suggests it was manufactured for Weatherby by J. It will never leave the family, I'm just looking for more info. Over generations, societies adjust their expectations downward to match prevailing conditions My dad recently gave me his Mark V Deluxe .300 Weatherby Mag rifle. Does anyone have knowledge of Weatherby rifles of this era? In 1964, Weatherby received their patent for the Mark V action, and the letter "P" was added to the serial numbers, starting with P1000. Jim In the early 1960's, the barrels said "Made in W. In 1964, Weatherby received their patent for the Mark V action, and the letter "P" was added to the serial numbers, starting with P1000. If you remove the stock, there should be a serial number stamped on the bottom of the barrel, just in front of the receiver.