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cowrustler

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About cowrustler

  • Birthday 05/17/1942

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  1. I agree with Hoss. For what they were intended for precision accuracy was not needed , cowrustler
  2. It's a .38 S&W. I wouldn't shoot .38spl, even if it fits, in it unless loaded very light. The typical .38spl bullet might be a little loose in the bore but these were made 100 years ago.
  3. About a month ago I bought 10000 large pistol primers from an auction site and thought I'd paid too much at $350. I guess I didn't, cowrustler
  4. Cholla, got the buckles and the wallet today. Very nice! Thanks much, cowrustler
  5. Neches, you might check with River Junction Trading Company. I got a set of real jigged bone grips from them for an old Colt and they really dress up the gun. Not cheap but putting plastic on an original is blasphemy, cowrustler
  6. Most of the Officers Models go for around $7-800. I've had a few and all were remarkably accurate, cowrustler
  7. Evil, 1876 would have been too early for a .38-40. Give out some of the serial number and about 50 folks will be glad to tell you the year made, cowrustler
  8. But it wasn't a .40-70 Gov't I don't think.
  9. Yes, I appreciate the information. Never heard of it either, cowrustler
  10. Mongo, I'll take #15, the Frontier Classics pants. PM me where to send my check. Thank you, cowrustler
  11. Cypress, I'll take it. PM me payment details and where to send the ffl. thanks, cowrustler
  12. Clay, I will take it. PM your e-mail so I can get an ffl out to you and your address so i can send the money. Thank you, cowrustler
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