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Aravaipa Al, SASS #39492

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About Aravaipa Al, SASS #39492

  • Birthday 01/21/1955

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  1. Okay, correction: My friend with the same gun actually has SEVERAL of these guns, and he checked them last night and called me back with this update: A "short rifle" with a 22 inch barrel will hold 8 rounds in the magazine, unless it's a saddle-ring carbine, in which case it will hold 7. The rifle with the 26-inch barrel will hold 10 rounds in the magazine. And the rifle with the 28-inch barrel will hold 11 rounds in the magazine. Jus' sayin'.
  2. Springfield Slim: My friend with the same gun (Chaparral 1876 in .45-60, 22 inch barrel) says that his gun holds 7 rounds in the magazine. And Okiepan: Brass for this gun can be made from .45-70 brass. These guns were made, like the original 1876s, in 4 calibers, of which 2 (.40-60 and .45-60) had brass based on the .45-70 case, and the other 2 (.45-75 and .50-95) were not.
  3. Someone, earlier this year, bought a Marlin 1894 chambered in .32 H&R Mag. I don't know how I messed this up, but I just now found the original box for that gun. I will be glad to ship it, at my cost, to whoever bought the gun. They can just let me know to whom to send it (personal message would be fine). Aravaipa Al
  4. Red: Thanks for the info, but just to be sure-- does your rifle have a 22 inch barrel, or a 28 inch barrel? This one I'm selling has a 22 inch barrel. Al
  5. I neglected to mention: I have the original box, and I think the original papers as well, that go with this gun. Aravaipa Al
  6. I neglected to mention: I have the original box and papers that go with this gun. Aravaipa Al
  7. I responded to Tall Tale. But I neglected to mention in the original post that I have the original box and papers for this gun. Aravaipa Al
  8. Blacky: I'm sorry I can't tell you the answer to that question, I never checked (I always shot it single-loading). I have a friend with one of these, and I'll try to check with him on the answer and get back to you. And I neglected to mention in the original listing that I do NOT have the original box or papers for this gun.
  9. I have another 1876 in .45-60 and have decided to sell this one. No box or papers. This is the "short rifle" version, with a 22" barrel. Asking $800 plus shipping. Must ship through FFL.
  10. Gun is used but in very good shape. Never a problem with this gun. The only modification I did to it is that out of the box, it had a sharp edge on the top of each hammer, between the hammer face and the hammer spur, which could occasionally draw blood when you were manipulating the gun on the clock-- I had a gunsmith grind that down and cold blue it. The close-up picture shows that, but not real well (it's kind of dark). Asking $700 plus shipping. Must ship through FFL.
  11. I had Cody Conagher do an action job on this rifle (if I remember, it has the "short stroke kit" but not the "super short stroke kit" installed). I also had the barrel and mag tube trimmed; barrel is a little over 17 inches. It DOES definitely hold 10 rounds in the magazine, but not 11. It has always been fast, accurate, comfortable for me to shoot. Asking $1000 plus shipping. Must ship through FFL. (I had previously offered this for sale at this website, and a semi-local acquaintance had said he'd buy it. But unfortunately that deal fell through, so here we are again.)
  12. This is the "commemorative edition" 93/97 put out by Coyote Cap. Shorter length of pull (13.25", if I remember correctly) with a substantial recoil pad-- easy to shoot and manipulate. Laser Graphics stippled the fore end as well (very positive grip). With box and papers. Asking $800 plus shipping. Must ship through FFL.
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