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Deuce Stevens SASS#55996

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  1. SOLD Have two Ruger Single Six .32's stainless 4 5/8" barrels. 

    - New Vaquero stainless grip frames 

    - Short stroke hammers with half cock, no T bars and jeweling

    - Full custom springs all the way around including ejector rod.

    - Ejector rod housing beveled.

    -Widened rear sight

    - Brass Sure Hit Front sights wraparounds. 

     No boxes or papers.Very nice condition overall on a very unique hard to replicate set of guns. Would be amazing duelist or gunfighter guns as well. 

    $2450 Shipped to your FFL. First "I'll take em" posted gets them regardless of PM conversations. Not interested in any trades at the moment. Thanks for looking.  SOLD

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  2. SOLD Two blued hammers that have been jeweled. These were originally in a pair of .32's. Bolt plungers, springs and crosspins are intact.  Good condition. $55 shipped to you. I take PayPal Friends and Family only OR you can send a check. Thanks for looking. SOLD 

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  3. 2 hours ago, Don Jorge said:

    Great reviews on the 1887.

     

    However, after the "Drop Two modification" is made, can the magazine still hold hold 5-6 shells?

     

    If not, it would seem that it would have to be set up for either the Cowboy shooting or for Wild Bunch shooting, to take full advantage of either state of the shotgun.

    That’s entirely dependent on your level of commitment to practice with it. Dropping 2 is obviously better but there are other ways to shoot it competitively. 

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  4. Doc Noper welds them up nicely and also modifies them to allow for more extraction of the hull since the ejector guns have slightly less than the extractor guns. For me I would want that little bit extra shell extraction.

  5. Some people are very passionate about everything they do. I have seen tempers flare at matches dozens of times and almost always they are very upset with themselves. But on the rare occasions you will run into people where it seems to be very much a habit.......spotters are always wrong........the posse has it out for them....wind always blows when it's their time to shoot etc etc etc. My mentor told me about 15 years ago that it takes years to build a reputation and 5 seconds to ruin one. I have tried very hard to keep that at the front end of my thinking. We have all done things at some point in time that we wish we hadn't and I believe in giving people a second chance. But eventually you have to come to the realization that you cannot control the way someone wants to play this game. I often see competitors leave the match early and skip awards if things did not go their way, they always say something like "I'm in a time crunch and gotta get home" when you know full well had they shot the match they wanted to they would be there. I have no respect for that personally and feel that it's terrible sportsmanship, but if that floats your boat so be it. The awesome thing about CAS is that everyone is nice, the bad thing about CAS is that everybody is nice, so folks with bad behavior tend to be tolerated for quite awhile. That all being said after traveling all over the country for all these years and shooting so many places there is nobody I would flat out refuse to shoot with, and I think that pretty cool.

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