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Dutch Nichols, SASS #6461

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  1. Title pretty much says it all, 20" hammered coach gun. This is of recent manufacture so no "dolls head"

    bbl's like on earlier CZ's. Flat faced bbls make loading a breeze unlike earlier dolls head bbl's. Newer

    CZ's also have black chrome bbl's the earlier versions were blued so better wear and corrosion

    resistance. Really vibrant case colors and BEAUTIFUL wood! Comes in CZ velvet covers inside a CZ hard case.

    This IS NIB never even chambered ard in it!     Asking $875 shipped CONUS.

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  2. This is NIB, a Premier SA in 45LLC and 45acp and box so marked.  5.5" bbl, cch with

    dome blue finish.This  is the last of my USFA's and these are HARD to find!! Extra cylinders

    were sold by Evo gun works after USFA closing for $500+! Comes in black box, sock, cardboard  sleeve, etc.

     Looking for $2250     27XXX serial range so 100% US made!!

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  3. Consecutive set of USFA Premiers, 5.5" bbls, cch frames, in 45 caliber.

    Hard to find a consecutive set anymore let alone a set in like new condition.

     These have some of the nicest CCH I've seen!! Dome blue, etc.

    24XXX serial range so 100% US made.

    Bought from an estate sale, if fired they were only function fired, not a mark on them!!

    NO cylinder lines, etc. In USFA sock in black boxes original to the guns and with

    cardboard sleeves........... $4200 for the set.,,,,,,   $3800

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  4. 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!!

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  5. retired couple months back, wife and i have been having health issues so we're just going to take things easy.

    Won't be shooting much of anything so EVERYTHING is going. I'm asking what I'm in them and most times less.

    I tend to own and shoot higher end firearms so my loss your gain. Anybody who's bought from me knows as much.

    I'll run them here a day or two then off to gunbroker.....

    I'm not tying up site bandwidth if interested email me at NAument@aol.com for pics



    2 NIB .... NOW 1 as 1 sold, never cycled a round Cimarron 73 saddle rifles in 45 LC, octagonal 18" bbl, yes holds ten rds,

    cch receiver , deluxe checkered walnut straight stocks, (not that shoddy orange wood).... paid $1150

    apiece , they retail for close to $1400 asking $975 apiece 1 is sold


    USFA Rodeos , these are ALL later made, ALL US MFR ....NO Uberti parts as follows


    NIB, 4.75", 38 special consecutive pair of Rodeos in box w all paperwork, try to find these!....... $2450


    LNIB 38 special SAA Premier model, 4.75" bbl, beautiful case colors, this has been fired but never holstered.

    Faint line between a cpl cylinders, won't show in a pic, Box is not original to the gun........ $1650


    New Unfired Turnbull 38 special,4.75" bbl., brushed hard chrome, action job, some type of ivory knock off grips

    perfectly fitted...... no box or paperwork........ $1600


    NIB Consecutive set of 45 cal Rodeos 5.5" bbls., with action jobs by Long Hunter to include, triggers, 11 degree cones,

    polish internals, plus widen rear sights, serrate front blades 40lpi, thin sides of hammers, AND has flat hand springs

    replaced with coil springs ala Ruger,, there's over $500 in smithing, These do not have boxes or paperwork just their

    USFA colored bags.............. $2200 for the pair.


    NIB 45 Cal Rodeo 4.75" bbl , to include cch hammer (extra cost for that), just as it came from USFA.... $1400


    Payment by Postal MO ONLY, NO PAYPAL and sorry no trades, I'm cleaning house for good!


    anything I missed or questions please email me at


    NAument@aol.com for quickest response

  6. Crockett was there because he was promised a role in the new government of the republic,, he was seeking a fresh start after things in Tenn soured for him.

    As to his heroic stand, in reality he and his men (what was left), ran into the mission and sought "sanctuary" not to be critical I would have too........

    the Mexican soldiers dragged them out and Crockett was presented to Santa Ana who ordered him immediately executed.

    he was run thru by one of the Mexican officers.


    as to the men knowing what was going on, they were until the Mexicans were over the wall convinced Fannon then later Houston himself was coming with

    a relief force.


    PS anyone firing a weapon any weapon let alone a cannon while under a white flag is no soldier, and deserves no praise

  7. Springfields were built for them from Argentina on FN machinery ala FM Fabrique militare. Not sure if they were metric or inch??


    DSA builds some really nice ones these days not too expensive. was looking at

    one at Rifle Gear it was an FN Para for $1600ish.


    I too prefer an AR pattern rifle. Bought one of the new daniel defense V's

    very nice.


    that said when i was a younger lad I wanted an FN so bad but like most couldn't

    afford it when i was younger.

  8. I used to shoot IPSC, steel challenge, etc., competitively many moons ago


    Think on this You have airfare, lodgings, food then the cost of the class which isn't cheap

    ( says a multiple gunsite alumni) You're looking at well over 2 grand.


    why go with a gun that may or may not work? And you're going to find firing a 1911 as fast as you

    can is a far cry from that 1 rd per second gun range rule.


    There are many guns which give you more for your buck than a Colt

    SA-TRP for one, les baer UTC, or again buy a used ed Brown for under $2K and

    you'll never look back. Don't muck up the experience with the wrong gun.

    Heck unless you're wedded to the 1911 bring a glock it'll work everytime


    I've seen too many folks at training classes have their experience ruined from both a technical as well

    as an emotional stand point. edited in ...because of firearms failures


    Also you will dry fire more than you shoot

    Bring surgical tape for your thumb for sure and other spots that will rub raw from thumbing the hammer

    and dry firing a whole bunch.as well as other weapon manipulations.


    Once you get thru the course you'll be considered "family" and quit a family it is



  9. seriously, he filed for relief from debts ( what we now call bankruptcy)

    left his wife and daughter to start a new life in TX.


    His dumb ass move of firing a cannon to answer the Mexican call for surrender

    while they ( the mexicans), were under a white flag caused Santa Ana to say

    they were not men of honor.....so no prisoners to be taken taken


    Although the bulk of the Alamo defenders were taken alive they were

    executed after the battle,after they again fired upon Mexican officers when a surrender

    was called in the long barracks.


    the real "siege" and battle were not what we learned as children.

    But the country needed something to rally around.

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