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Old 12-06-2020, 4:51 PM
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1,125 with 9 minutes to go on that Colt Buntline. I'm going to not bid, dangitt. Can't justify that cost over the EMF or Ubertis that are half the cost, even though real Colt. :/

I'll just have to put the money saved towards a real 1st Gen SAA!
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Old 12-06-2020, 5:32 PM
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1786 and five minutes. Yep. Definitely out of the running for me.
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1786 and five minutes. Yep. Definitely out of the running for me.
That escalated quickly
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Old 12-06-2020, 7:24 PM
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That escalated quickly
Itís a nice revolver.
The SAA my family owns looks very similar, but with a 5 1/2Ē barrel. Itís too nice for me to shoot; thatís what had me interested in a Standard.
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Old 12-06-2020, 7:27 PM
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Why, you rascals! you.

In an effort to conserve fundages, I will remain! the "heavy" .44 Special advocate of the MLC.

You guys keep trying to get me to add .45 Colt to my amory... then dies, components... thank the Lowrd I have a hundred primers left...




Donít fret there my friend; eventually you WILL have one. Itís just a matter of time, and of course which model you get.
And we all know, and admit, that there is no such thing as ďa last gunĒ.
Hahahahahaha....
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Just throwing this out there:

If anyone’s interested, there is a Colt New Frontier Scout in .22lr with the cross-bolt safety and a 4 5/8” barrel on consignment in OC. I thought it had sold awhile back since it disappeared from the shelf, but I guess it never did...someone buy it so I don’t have to!

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Old 12-09-2020, 4:17 PM
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Donít fret there my friend; eventually you WILL have one. Itís just a matter of time, and of course which model you get.
And we all know, and admit, that there is no such thing as ďa last gunĒ.
Hahahahahaha....
Oh, this in spades!^^^

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It's a good thing I don't live in OC.
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Just throwing this out there:

If anyoneís interested, there is a Colt New Frontier Scout in .22lr with the cross-bolt safety and a 4 5/8Ē barrel on consignment in OC. I thought it had sold awhile back since it disappeared from the shelf, but I guess it never did...someone buy it so I donít have to!
which shop if you don't mind sharing? both cylinders? box? and yom if you know?

I might be interested in making a pair



already have its cousin, both '71s

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Happy New Year all you lever lovers![And single action shooters too!]


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Happy New Years from our outfit to yours!
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Yeehawww! HAPPY New Year! fellers!

See you in the Mojave. Bring your levers.

Just name a day!


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happy new year y'all!

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Whoops, still a little soggy from the Woodford.
Happy New Year fellow lever junkies.
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happy new year y'all!

Put a bottle of that in my wife's Christmas stocking this year. She really likes that in an Old Fashion. Raised a glass to ya that evening my friend as I was out grilling some of our own, cut em with a fork, grassfed ribeyes, smoking a short cigar and sipping on an 18 year old Glenmorangie.

Rev we had 3 bottles of the Woodford totally evaporate over the holidays. Don't know what happened. Course a son was home from the army for a couple of weeks, he might of helped. A regular Woodford, the Woodford Rye and a bottle of the Woodford Double Oak. Thinking I like the rye the best.
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Put a bottle of that in my wife's Christmas stocking this year. She really likes that in an Old Fashion. Raised a glass to ya that evening my friend as I was out grilling some of our own, cut em with a fork, grassfed ribeyes, smoking a short cigar and sipping on an 18 year old Glenmorangie.

Rev we had 3 bottles of the Woodford totally evaporate over the holidays. Don't know what happened. Course a son was home from the army for a couple of weeks, he might of helped. A regular Woodford, the Woodford Rye and a bottle of the Woodford Double Oak. Thinking I like the rye the best.
It's gotta be a Woodford anomaly. I had a bottle of 4 grain that dried out almost instantly upon breaking the seal.
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Not lever gun, but 1873. And somehow I ain't owned a 45 Colt whirlinpopper until now, just the levers.

I bought a Buntline today. Can't wait for it to show up so I can start dros so I can bring it home and fondle it.
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Hey! All you lever lovin'/single action shooters, wake up! Haven't heard a peep since the 5th. Loading some .357 and .45 Colt. Need to be heading to the desert damn soon! Well, what have you guys been doin'!?

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Well Pennstater, I got the lever fever again..just Dros’d a custom Winchester 9422 from first year of production! Only big bummer it has previous owners initials engraved. But they are RAW, maybe I’ll think of something to go with that. It’s a little flashy. Birdseye maple with some flames on the foreend.



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Hey! All you lever lovin'/single action shooters, wake up! Haven't heard a peep since the 5th. Loading some .357 and .45 Colt. Need to be heading to the desert damn soon! Well, what have you guys been doin'!?

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Well Pennstater, I got the lever fever again..just Drosíd a custom Winchester 9422 from first year of production! Only big bummer it has previous owners initials engraved. But they are RAW, maybe Iíll think of something to go with that. Itís a little flashy. Birdseye maple with some flames on the foreend.

Pics ASAP I know ..
Looking forward to the pictures.I scored a like new 94/22 (1975) 4 years ago.
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^^ love the maple stocks!!
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Ok, first: Bladewurk, damn nice looking 9422 there. Unique. I'll bet it's a shooter.
Mark, naw, I chickened out trying to do it myself. Have a couple other ideas in mind.

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I started liking the maple look several years ago on a Browning 22 bolt gun at the local shop. It's still there, and I now love the look. But don't own one yet. And my Buntline I ordered hasn't shipped yet either. :/
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It's hard to pull off the maple ....that one is beautiful

Thanks for sharing
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Well Pennstater, I got the lever fever again..just Drosíd a custom Winchester 9422 from first year of production! Only big bummer it has previous owners initials engraved. But they are RAW, maybe Iíll think of something to go with that. Itís a little flashy. Birdseye maple with some flames on the foreend.



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Old 01-14-2021, 8:20 AM
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Well Pennstater, I got the lever fever again..just Drosíd a custom Winchester 9422 from first year of production! Only big bummer it has previous owners initials engraved. But they are RAW, maybe Iíll think of something to go with that. Itís a little flashy. Birdseye maple with some flames on the foreend.



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That is a beautiful rifle there, for sure!
.22ís are some of the most useful firearms around, and are very versatile. You might be able to ďfixĒ the engraving someone did, Iím thinking along the lines of laser engraving over it, depending on what exactly, and where, the previous owner put his initials. My FFL has a neat setup that laser engraves, using a computer-controlled machine; it is capable of various fonts, sizes, etc. I have had his shop laser engrave serial numbers on most of my stainless steel 1911 slides, to go along with the frames. Just a nice touch I like, but it could also be done to cover up something else. A bit of cold blue after would finish it.
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Thanks all, yes Splithoof I was thinking along the lines of lasering something over it.
also was thinking of having someone strip the plating off of the bands and buttplate and blue or caseharden them. They appear to be gold plate over nickel ?? Gold ain’t my style.
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