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“About the best I can do with my 73s is 3-inch groups at 100 yards, and beyond that, the sights are too coarse for any kind of accuracy.”
“Historian Mike Venturino owns and shoots three original 73s.”
“Forensic ballistics have revealed that Native Americans used eight Model 73s at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876.”
“The Apache leader Geronimo's brother-in-law Yanhoza and son Chappo carried 73s.”
“When wheat was 69s, the duty was 16s 8d, and when the price reached 73s, foreign corn might come in on payment of one shilling per quarter.”
“- L-5475 (the talent being 125 pounds in weight), the value of the gold will be about 73s. per ounce.”
“In December, 1813, whilst the price of gold had risen to L5, the price of wheat had fallen to 73s., or 50 per cent under what it had been in the spring of 1812; proving clearly that the two articles were under the influence of opposite causes.”
“British Open champion Darren Clarke and American Ricky Fowler, making his Australian pro debut after winning the world amateur championship in Adelaide in 2008, had 73s, leaving them in a group nine strokes behind Fraser.”
“Butler, who won in Canberra last week but was disqualified for failing to check in, left the field trailing with the time of 13. 73s.”
“Zimbabwe are a further shot behind on level par after 73s, alongside American Jerry Kelly (70) and Alex Cejka (72) of Germany.”
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