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Calico (in British usage, 1505,) is a plain-woven textile made from unbleached and often not fully processed cotton. It may contain unseparated husk parts, for example. The fabric is far less fine than muslin, but less coarse and thick than canvas or denim, but it is still very cheap owing to its unfinished and undyed appearance.
The fabric was originally from the city of Kozhikode (known by the English as Calicut) in southwestern India. It was made by the traditional weavers called cāliyans. The raw fabric was dyed and printed in bright hues, and calico prints became popular in Europe.
Sold my Calico rifle many years ago but still have one 100-round magazine sitting around.
$50. Including the 100 rounds in it. SPF
For sale mask to mask only (thanks for understanding). Prefer to meet at Cabelas just off I-5 at the Tualatin exit or at REI Bridgeport or Dicks on Boone’s...
A fun little 22LR rifle with some unique features:
- Helical 100 round magazine - you can load them up and just keep pulling the trigger!
- Threaded 1/2x28 barrel that'll accept any rimfire suppressor
- Preban so it is legal in all 50 states
I bought this rifle years ago (during the AWB) for...
I recently saw a video of the Calico 9mm rifle and was quite intrigued with it. As I no not have a rifle in that caliber I just may want to get one. I find the whole idea of having a somewhat unique gun interesting. Any thoughts on this rifle?
50 round magazine looks to be in working order. I don't have a calico to test it on. I loaded 50 rounds of 9mm in it and it loaded and unloaded fine. The spring release tension button works and unwinds smoothly. The winding arm is intact and runs smoothly. There are round indicators for 9...
Calico Liberty II 9mm carbine - PRICE LOWERED
I have a Calico Liberty II for sale, owned and enjoyed by me for a few years now. Overall runs fairly well, but the magazine is finnicky which is very typical of Calicos. When wound JUST the right number of times it can run non stop through the...
An blurb I read mentioned these. A couple of interesting pics:
I wonder if these are a derivative of the Calico magazines made right here in Oregon. If so, I'm sure the royalty check is in the mail. ;)
Anyway, figured it might be of interest. Cheers.