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Prairie Dawg, SASS #50329

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  1. Hope all continues to go well see ya when you get home —Dawg
  2. I have for sale 76 pieces Jamison 45-60 brass. This is used brass -- It has been shot several times with Black Powder or APP, as well as smokeless. It is in good used condition. Paypal Friends & Family, & personal checks work for me $130 shipped USPS Priority Mail Insured to your door. PM with questions Thanks for looking --Dawg
  3. What do you guys do to clean yer brass after shooting APP? Thanks --Dawg
  4. Let me say at the outset, that it is difficult to value a gun based on a description. That being said, can anybody give me a ballpark guess on this gun that a friend has, but has no idea of the real-world value? Winchester 1901 lever shotgun 10 gauge all the metal has gone brown Bore is original length, & in good shape. Owner was a cowboy, who used it in matches until he died several years ago Functions fine Thanks --Dawg
  5. Good Evening: Sold my Uberti 1876 and my H&R Buffalo Classic, so now the brass & bullets are for sale Obviously, if you make more than one purchase, I will combine for a lower shipping cost. Everything will come to you USPS Priority Mail, fully insured. Paypal & Personal checks work for me Thanks --Dawg 1. SOLD 100 pieces Jamison 45-60 brass. This is used brass -- It has been shot several times with Black Powder or APP, as well as smokeless. $150 + $10 = $160 shipping to your door. 2. Smokeless/APP – 160+ Meister 300 grain Hard Cast Sample bullet weighed 301 grains, was 0.777 inches long $35 +$15 shipping = $50 3. SOLD Springfield Slim – lubed for Black Powder Advertises them as 320 grains, cast from soft lead Sample bullet was 318 grains, 0.842 inches long 180 count $35 + $15 shipping = $50 4. Unknown Manufacturer – 3 lube grooves blue lube 297 grains, 0.789 inches long 196 count $35 + $15 shipping = $50 5. Black Dawge 350 grain 45-60/45-70 bullets Sample bullet weighed 350 grains, 0.895 inches long Lube (SPG) was originally cream-colored, but is now blackish—I don’t know what that means, but you can have them for about 20 cents each, in case you must re-lube them. 395 count $80 + $15 shipping = $95 6. 45-70 bullets – probably too long to properly cycle in the 1876, but good in a 45-70 single shot Unknown manufacturer 397 grains, 3 lube grooves, cream lube, 0.969 inches long 150 count $30 = $15 shipping = $45
  6. I have Howells, Taylors, and Kirsts. They all function great. Howells makes Taylors, except Taylors uses Italian firing pins -- The Howells pins are hardened, and are better IMHO. I have several at Howells now getting new Ferules and firing pins. Most of mine are 15-20 years old, and are still going strong. Call Maggie at Howells -- She'll fix you right up! maggie@howellarms.com (608) 563-0974 --Dawg
  7. The Avenging Angel #1 with the ivory Thunderer grip has been sold
  8. These came off a Stainless Ruger Old Army. I actually have a second pair somewhere, but I have not dug them out and inspected them. --Dawg
  9. Good Evening: I've had these, but prefer GunFighter Grips, so it's time to pass these on. No Chips, No Cracks With Grip Screw $100 shipped & Insured to your door. Paypal or Personal Check works for me. Thanks for Looking. Added at 10:12 PM I just went into the basement, and found the second set, They are just like the first set, no chips, no cracks, grip screw included, same price -- $100 shipped & insured I looked at the gripframe on the Old Army it came on from the factory -- It says KXR3 --Dawg
  10. Good Morning: I don't know -- wasn't able to find a date code or proof marks anywhere on the gun. Just the serial number --Dawg
  11. Good Evening SGT: I just talked to Coffinmaker on the phone. He built 'em, and he shoots a pair that have both percussion cylinders and conversion cylinders, and he said absolutely they will accept a conversion cylinder. --Dawg
  12. They are at Firearms-World.com There are so many gun-related scams nowadays, that I hesitate to do business with anyone I do not know. Thanks --Dawg
  13. I have for sale a very nice Factory-Produced ASM 1860 Army Conversion in 38 Special. Manufactured by ASM, Imported by Traditions Serial Number 300 7.5" barrel with good bluing, and just a few scratches around the wedge slots Army one-piece Grip in nice condition rear sight, loading gate, & firing pin are on the conversion ring Ejector rod is fitted into the loading plunger hole below the barrel. Steel Backstrap, brass Triggerguard This is a nice gun! $500 shipped from my FFL to your FFL Thanks for looking --Dawg
  14. I have for sale a 3" 44 Caliber Pietta 1860 Belly Gun -- Also called an Avenging Angel. Navy-size Plow Handle grips 44 Caliber 3" factory barrel with good bluing "CL" = 2013 Manufacture Roll Engraved cylinder with good bluing and Slix nipples Load with an off-gun cylinder loader or brass/wooden dowel Cap Rake & action by Coffinmaker Cap Rakes involve putting a post in the hammer channel just behind the nipple. Then, the hammer face is re-profiled, so that it passes by the post to pop the cap, but the spent cap cannot fall back into the hammer channel and tie up the gun. It works well. This is a fun little percussion gun. $425 + $25 shipping USPS Priority Mail, fully insured to your door (where legal) Paypal/Personal Checks/Money Orders work for me. Thanks for looking --Dawg
  15. I have for sale a pair of 8" Pietta 1860 Army Revolvers with Navy Grips. Both guns have Good bores, good bluing with holster wear at the muzzles, and some scratches around the wedge slot. 1860 with Blued Steel gripframe: Grips in nice condition with a few dents and bumps Date code "BU" = 2004 manufacture plain (not engraved) cylinder with Slix nipples Cap Guards by Rowdy Yates of Lee's Gunsmithing in Orange, CA A bit of the recoil shield is removed, and replaced by a piece of steel with a slot in it (Cap Guard) that prevents the spent cap from falling into the action. Then, the hammer face is profiled, so that the hammer gets thru the slot to pop the cap, but the spent cap cannot fall into the hammer channel & tie up the gun. They work great! Actions by Coffinmaker. 1860 with Brass gripframe: Grips in nice condition with a few dents and bumps Date code "BU" = 2004 manufacture Roll engraved cylinder with Slix nipples Cap Guards by Rowdy Yates of Lee's Gunsmithing in Orange, CA A bit of the recoil shield is removed, and replaced by a piece of steel with a slot in it (Cap Guard) that prevents the spent cap from falling into the action. Then, the hammer face is profiled, so that the hammer gets thru the slot to pop the cap, but the spent cap cannot fall into the hammer channel & tie up the gun. They work great! Actions by Coffinmaker. These are nice guns. $875 shipped to your door Shipped USPS Priority Mail, fully insured. Paypal/Personal Checks/Money Orders work for me. Thanks for looking --Dawg
  16. Good Mornimg: I have a Uberti 44-40 with black plastic grips. From my FFL to your FFL for $450 +shipping. If you would like photographs, please let me know. Thanks --Dawg
  17. Armi San Marco -- ASM -- is no longer in business. Their quality control was iffy Some of their guns were very good, but some were not good. You never knew what you would get. --Dawg
  18. Makers Marks are frequently under the loading lever. This will help: https://www.prairiedawg.net/nick/MBPProofmarks1.pdf
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