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Dutch Nichols, SASS #6461

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  1. got a cpl USFA's that the varnish is thinned out on. Thinking of re coating but not sure what varnish or if it's a thinned varnish, etc. Also how would I get the old varnish off without damaging the cch? anyone have any experience doing this ? my thanks in advance
  2. Walmart corporate months ago stated all handgun ammo and any 223/556 rifle ammo is also being phased out at ALL stores!! hunting and shotgun ammo will still be carried at stores that have a market for it. Mine closed out their handgun ammo at 50% off weeks ago! I feel safer already!!
  3. No as none is needed as grips are exempted from the ESA requirements as are knife grips as are piano keys....... any Ivory made to be a part of somethings as in grips, keys etc under 7 oz are exempt I alsoverified this with the dealer I bought the from this afternoon . However no sales to CA, NY,NJ and HI as they have their own restrictions.
  4. The Win/Miroku's have a weird FP set up, unlike the Uberti or so it seems to me? Is there say a 1 pc setup for the Mirokus? I know there is for the Uberti's. Or does the safety catch in the Mirokus preclude that? If there is a 1 pc who sells it? Has anybody listed which parts interchange between the 2? I know a lot can be made to fit but looking for drop ins. My thanks in advance and sorry if this was asked before.
  5. Got a cpl of the usual questions as to why selling....... Have medical bills to pay and I don't live on credit or I'd be keeping these for sure!
  6. Cholla thank you, I actually would prefer to sell to a fellow CAS member that said no buyers off to Gunbroker
  7. As stated all questions should be in an IM, are you interested in purchasing or stirring the pot? To clarify there is an ESA exemption on elephant ivory if it's part of something such as grips or knife handles. They just have to be under 7oz. and attached to the pistol.
  8. Has a cpl inquiries about trades the ONLY things I'd be interested in USFA 45's in 4.75 or 5.5" bbls USFA 38's in 4.75" New or LNIB ONLY prefer the premiers with case colors
  9. Marshall my thanks i’m on my phone will send it in a cpl hrs when I get home from the PC
  10. Marshall I can do it either way depending on buyers needs and wants
  11. Pat yes it is. The new ones are super slick and most pards just shoot them as is!
  12. As the title says these ARE consecutive in 45 Colt, 4.75" bbls with genuine ivory stocks as well as the hard rubber stocks. These are 1984 manufacture , when SAA's were a regular production item. These however went thru the custom shop and boxes are so marked. they were from a custom order of 6 SAA's !! Dealer bought all 6 from the estate and I managed to get 2 when he split them up. These are NIB with all paperwork (paperwork was never opened ). Asking $5400 NOW $5000 for the pair. If it seems high take into consideration Firstly they are a consecutive pair, Secondly figure the cost of ivory and then the fitting!! These are special in that they have blind escutcheons, meaning screw is only visible from one side! NO sales to CA, NY, NJ or HI, sorry. If you have any questions or comments PLEASE IM me for a response.
  13. Pard asked for the actual shutter count....it has 876 did I mention it's like new? FYI shutter is rated at 150,000 actuation's!
  14. If you need a new key to change your combo amazon has them for $14
  15. He’a not on here much but I’ve done a couple deals with wild Phil and he’s one of the good one’s!
  16. Johnny guess I should have checked there first I have adjusted price to what I think is more than fair like everything prices vary greatly based on condition and most don’t have that lens or the extras I appreciate your input but an IM would have been appreciated
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