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The Kurilian Bobtail is a cat breed (or breed group, depending on registry) originating from the Kuril Islands, as well as Sakhalin Island and the Kamchatka peninsula of Russia. Short- or long-haired, it has a semi-cobby body type and a distinct short, fluffy tail. The back is slightly arched with hind legs longer than the front, similar to those of the Manx. The breed is also called the Kuril Islands Bobtail, Kuril Bobtail (both often misspelled "Kurile") and Curilsk Bobtail, and may be referred to without "Bobtail". It is sometimes also spelled Kurilean. The original short-haired variant is a natural breed, known on the islands for over 200 years. As selectively bred pets, they have been popular in Russia and to some extent other parts of Europe, especially for their rodent-hunting abilities, since the middle of the 20th century, but remain rare in North America as of 2011.
Kurilians are recognized as a breed group of a pair related short- and [semi-]long-haired breeds by The International Cat Association (TICA), which considers them "Advanced New Breeds" ineligible for championship status, as of November 2011) and by the Fédération Internationale Féline (FIFe). The World Cat Federation (WCF) recognizes them as a single breed. As of November 2011, the Cat Fanciers Association (CFA) does not recognize the breed at all.
While possibly closely related to the Japanese Bobtail breed – both share the same kind of kinked, short tail, but the Japanese is leaner, more angular and less cobby – the Kurilian originated on the opposite side of Eurasia from the similarly named Karelian Bobtail of western Russia and Finland, and is thus unlikely to be a near relative. Genetic studies may eventually demonstrate the breed's connection to others. Just as the Japanese Bobtail and tailless-to-short-tailed Manx arose independently on islands a world apart, the Kurilian's bobbed tail may be an isolated spontaneous mutation that became common on the Kuril and Sakhalin islands because of the limited genetic diversity of island biogeography (an example of the founder effect and, at the sub-specific level, of the species-area curve).
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Dan Wesson V-BOB SS 1911 9MM CMDR in excellent condition.
Well maintained in original case
Blem sheet states: lines are rolled over instead of being crisp
3 Factory Magazines
4.25" Barrel CMDR size.
Wife put 50rds through it and back in...
Sold, please delete
Ed Brown Kobra Carry, .45ACP, factory tritium night sights. I am the original owner, have the range bag and one factory magazine. One trip to the range, carried a few times in a soft holster. I'd put the round count at about 200, but that was years ago...
I'm thinking of installing a bobtail MSH on my alloy frame Kimber and someone mentioned that I may want to try shooting one before I start hacking on my frame. Does someone say, Camas/Couv to Albany have one I could shoot side by side against my own regular framed one? Preferably if yours...
Mint condition with under 40 rds through. Will come with case and 2 factory mags.
$1150 cash. Can ship on your dime as well.
Model PERFORMANCE CENTER® Model SW1911
Caliber: 45 AUTO
Safety: Grip & Thumb
Barrel Length:4.25" / 10.8 cm
I am selling a pair of 1911 ramshorn bob-tailed grips. They have the relief cut for the Ambi safety, there is nothing wrong with them I just no longer need them. I am not sure what brand but they are great quality.
My name is mitch and my number is 503 523 9910
This is a build I started in the later months of 2010 and finished in 2011. I used top quality parts throughout never intending to sell. However, things change and this very nice 1911 is up for sale. For background I will add that I am a military trained armorer and have many hours working on...