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Prairie Dawg, SASS #50329

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  1. One barrel sold to The Blarney Kid -- Thanks One still available Thanks --Dawg
  2. As of 3:46 -- I have not yet gotten it. Thanks --Dawg
  3. Sold -- Thanks Good Afternoon: I have 2 available. Below is a picture of one. The other is pretty much the same. One barrel remaining Pietta 1860 barrel *8-inch *With loading lever & wedge screw (no wedge) *Good bore *Slight holster wear at muzzle *A few light marks & scratches to finish, but nothing major *Front sight has not been filed $100 shipped Thanks --Dawg
  4. Thanks for all your comments. I was pretty sure they would work just fine, but thought I would get some input just to verify. --Dawg
  5. Hi Folks: Going thru the primer stash, I found a brick of CCI 209M primers. I got them from an old friend years ago, and he has passed, so I thought I would verify my thoughts here. Planning on using them for my black powder shotshells. Mike Venturino always advised using magnum primers in BP rifle cartridges. I figure that in BP shotshells, (essentially low-pressure loads), they would be safe & OK to use. What does the expertise on the Wire say??? Thanks in advance. --Dawg
  6. Good Evening: I bought a pair of NIB 44 caliber Navy Brassies made by Pietta, cuz I wanted the barrels. Anyone looking for 44 caliber cylinders? These are from new guns. They are new, but not scroll engraved. They have factory nipples. $150 for the pair + $11.85 for USPS Priority Mail, fully insured. If you only want one, insured shipping will be $11.15 Paypal or personal check. Thanks for looking --Dawg
  7. I have one with the loading lever & wedge screw for $100 shipped. If interested, I can forward pictures. Thanks --Dawg
  8. Fg is my favorite Shotgun powder. Lots of smoke & flash!
  9. How much brass do you need? As far as loaded ammo, looking for smokeless or BP? I know I have some Buffalo Arms BP ammo, & maybe some Black Hills smokeless. --Dawg
  10. Years ago, writer Sam Fadala did tests showing significant accuracy issues when the sprue was towards the powder, as opposed to facing up towards the muzzle. That's why rifle shooters put the sprue up. 33 minutes ago, doc roy l. pain said: So what’s the advantage of swaged balls vs cast FWIW: I have won many long range pistol matches with my Buntline ROAs using swaged bullets As was pointed out, at CAS pistol distances, it does not seem to matter where the sprue is. But, I frequently shoot Josey Wales, and, for shooting at the rifle targets, I make sure the sprue is up. And, for long range matches, I use swaged balls. By the way, at CAS pistol distances, 454 round balls in ROAs are plenty accurate. Just my experience --Dawg
  11. Nice gun at a good price. I turned it over so folks don't have to stand on their heads to view the pic!!! --Dawg
  12. Good Afternoon: Here's the details on these guns: A pair of Chiappa SAA 1873-22 in very nice condition Both have been very lightly shot #958 No proof mark on the frame (unless it is hidden) 4-5/8” barrel 22LR cylinder Checkered black plastic grips with gold-tone medallion 10-1/2” overall (same as a Cattleman) 2.39” from just in front of the trigger guard to top the frame (same as a Cattleman) They seem to be about the same size Good bore Black finish in very good condition Smooth action. Factory Box & Brochure #056 CL = Made in 2013 4-5/8” barrel 22LR & 22Mag cylinders Checkered black plastic grips with gold-tone medallion 10-1/2” overall (same as a Cattleman) 2.39” from just in front of the trigger guard to top the frame (same as a Cattleman) 2.39” from just in front of the trigger guard to top the frame They seem to be about the same size Good bore Black finish in very good condition Good action (reasonably smooth) Factory Box + paperwork $300 + Shipping from my FFL to your FFL Please provide zip code, so I can figure shipping Thanks --Dawg
  13. Hi: Minor glitch today. I got them out, but could not photograph or measure them. First look makes me think that they are slightly smaller than my cattleman. One has both cylinders, and the other has only the one. Both are in excellent shape. Pics and measurements come tomorrow. Thanks for your patience. --Dawg
  14. Clays Superlite shotshell: Worked this out with a Hodgdon's tech on the phone. AA or Remington Hull Win 209 Primer 13.9 grains Clays (MEC #25) grey wad 7/8 ounce shot Lighter than a featherlite shell Knocks 'em down every time --Dawg
  15. I'll take #1 and #3 #1 AG Russell slip joint knife - nice knife in good condition. I have added a small amount of leather to it to fish it out of my pocket easier. Closed length 4 3/8", blade is 4 5/8", opened length is just under 8" -----> $25 #3 Victorinox Swiss Army knife - still has tooth pick and tweezers. see the types of utilities in picture. -----> $15 Thanks --Dawg
  16. Hey Rye: Just confirming that I will do this trade. See ya Tuesday. Thanks --Dawg
  17. I think I have a pair of Cimarron Plinkerton revolvers down in the gun room. Looking for $300 for the pair + shipping to your FFL from my FFL. If interested, let me know, and I'll find them and photograph them. Please give me your zip code so I can estimate shipping. Thanks --Dawg
  18. A heart throb when I was a young man. Pleasant Journeys M'Dear. https://variety.com/2020/tv/news/dawn-wells-dead-gilligans-island-mary-ann-1234876755/?fbclid=IwAR2jAsaPim8oGsbWjy7CIwr1SSal6_PsRlvQcijU28WMUAS7802NJyV15E0
  19. Temperature upgraded to 44 degrees and cloudy from start to finish. Slight breeze, so bring something warm that will ward-off the breeze. Bring some gloves too! See ya there! --Dawg
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