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Dutch Nichols, SASS #6461

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  1. I have 2 of these for sale both are NIB.

      asking $750  each plus shipping,  hOWS ABOUT $750 SHIPPED FOR EACH BOTH FOR  $1450.

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  2. I have a someone interested in a gun I'm selling.

    He wants me to send a copy of my DL first.

    Done more than a cpl sales and Never had anyone want

    a copy of my DL in advance??  What do you think?

     

  3. These are NOT consecutive but just a few numbers apart. Selling as a set so price is for both. These have hand chased engraving and not the inferior laser type.They have engraving on virtually every surface including trigger guards, back straps, etc.
    Uberti description as follows:
    The Uberti Dalton revolver is chambered in .45 Long Colt and is an exact replica of the Colt Single-Action Army revolver that Bob Dalton used.
    The Uberti Dalton features hand-chased engraving from Italian engraving company Atelier Giovanelli on the receiver, grip-frame, cylinder and barrel. For more information on the full Uberti Outlaw & Lawmen series go to uberti-usa.com.

     $1900  shipped. Price is for the pair!! These retail for $1245 each. If I have 2 buyers I'll split them $950 apiece.

    If they look familiar I bought them off a pard here a cpl mos ago, just looking to break even.

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  4. This hard to find revolver is in near new condition, and appears to be fired very little other than factory testing. The  original owner claims he purchased it unfired and never fired it himself.  I cannot be certain if it is limited to factory testing or not.  That being said, it does appear to be near new and near 100%.   It is a beautiful gun.   The pictures show condition.   This is a 5.5" barrel model with a gorgeous mixture of color case-hardened and blued parts. Ships as-pictured in the original box with cloth bag, foam, etc.   $2350 plus shipping.

    and Yes it is 100% US made!!

    Second is a PREMIUM GRADE dual cylinder revolver in both 45 Colt and 45 ACP caliber,  with all US parts, it has an early 2000s serial number of 253XX. It has the Dome Blue factory finish, gorgeous case colored frame AND hammer,, 4 3/4 inch barrel, fixed sights, case colored hammer, both 6-Shot fluted cylinders, 2 piece hard rubber grips and 1-piece genuine Ivory grips . NOT tru Ivory but genuine elephant ivory from the factory ! It comes in the original factory box with manual. Condition is Excellent,with only light signs of handling and the case hardening is deep and full of color.     $3600 plus shipping    This is less than I paid! Ivory adds $600-$1K and extra cylinder another $500 or so.  sorry no sales to CA on this one or any other states that prohibit ivory.


     

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  5. Daniel Defense DDM4V7  Texzs / DPS Edition ,  NIB in DD hard case just as it came from DD. as follows:

    LOWER RECEIVER: Mil-Spec with Enhanced Flared Magazine Well and Rear Receiver QD Swivel Attachment Point. CNC Machined of 7075-T6 Aluminum, Type III Hard Coat Anodized

    ·  UPPER RECEIVER: Mil-Spec with Indexing Marks and M4 Feed Ramps. CNC Machined of 7075-T6 Aluminum, Type III Hard Coat Anodized

    ·  BARREL: Chrome Moly Vanadium Steel, Cold Hammer Forged, 1:7 Twist, 16" Government Profile,

    ·  GAS SYSTEM: Pinned Low Profile Gas Block CNC Machined of 4140 hardened steel and Mil-Spec Heavy Phosphate Coating, Mid-length, Direct Impingement

    ·  MUZZLE DEVICE: Daniel Defense Flash Suppressor, 17-4 PH Stainless Steel, Salt Bath Nitride Finished

    ·  BOLT CARRIER GROUP: M16 Profile, Mil-Spec MP Tested, Chrome Lined, Properly Staked Gas Key

    ·  BUFFER: H Buffer

    ··  HANDGUARD: Daniel Defense MFR 15.0, CNC Machined of 6061-T6 Aluminum, M-LOK Attachment, Type III Hard Coat Anodized

     

    This has ALL the usual V7 mods but the Texas Edition adds over $500 in extras to include, MBUS Pro sights, MagPul sling, Troy ambi mag release, MLOK rail cover sections, Radian Raptor charge handle and 2 quick attach sling swivels. I have 2 of these with consecutive serial numbers, $3150  shipped for the pair Now $3100 shipped , Individually.........$1650 shipped NOW $1550.... Payment by Postal MO or paypal friends and family.This is much less than  the $2100 I paid for each!! I will only split them if I have 2 committed buyers as I hate to split consecutives.  If you don't like the logo you can always remove it.

    Sorry no trades, unless you might have USFAs in 45 with 4.75" bbls , running on multiple forums.. Get them while you can !!

     

    edited in I can include 10 NIW 30 rd PMags, latest 3rd Gens all black for $110 with each rifle.

    Once rifles sell I have a bunch of 556 I can make you a deal on also.

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  6. Bragg took full blame as a good commander would.overall the North vastly out numbered him. Plus he had too much ground to cover which meant the North could concentrate their attacks on smaller units. On the second day his rear guard of 600 men were over run by 9,000 Federals. This was repeated  over several days and several spots.

     Remember Bragg started out by  encircling the Federals then later he was put into  a defensive position when Grant sent more troops. 
    Bragg took the defeat personally mad resigned from the army He was so well

     thought of  he was re instated to Davis’ staff.

     I spent time at Bragg and am not happy about the name Change.

     

    PS the confrontation between Forrest and Bragg while being printed has no basis in fact. The confrontation had nothing to do with the battle but rather Forrest was passed over for promotion and was not happy about it and he let Bragg know about it

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