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About Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

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  • Birthday 08/03/1955

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    Anything Shooting, My Family, And all the Veterans!

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  1. I for one have had high primers in factory ammo, before and after I started reloading, so it isn't only a reload situation that you have to deal with. I remember when helpful suggestions were given without belittling, oh for those days.
  2. I would like to suggest the following rig below! Grew up reading this comic in the Chicago Tribune! thought he was very cool with his Navy's.
  3. I have a Winchester Colt pistol and the 2 JW Winchester rifles, .32-40 and .44-40. I bought 2 Nebraska Colt .22s for my don and all have been quality guns. Did find back when I bought all but the JW rifles that prices were under non commemorative models.
  4. Hey Dutch, you got a typo in your subject, think you mean 9mm not 8mm?
  5. Yes that is how I saw it, I would get a frame from Henry, and then see if they could cut one of their barrels down to 12".
  6. Yes, I would be looking to make the grip adjustments to look like the Volcanic pistol. And if I am buying a frame and having a 9-12 inch barrel/magazine put on it, why would it be considered a short barrel rifle? Nothing different than short 92 "pistols" out now, right? The frame is like an AR15 without a barrel, I can buy a frame put it together with a .300 blackout pistol upper and it is a pistol, right?
  7. Taking a break from audit schedules, and I am afraid I will upset some people, but here goes! I was thinking of trying to get a Henry receiver from Henry Rifle, and then counting down a rifle barrel, or paying them to do it it to a 12" length for the pistol version. Fantasy, not all the ideas worked out yet, but that was my dreamin'. I figured I could go to someone to heat up the lever to match a grip that I would have to play with say an Army or Navy style C&B grip, not sure of the size. Still in the pie in the sky stage, but food for thought and discussion.
  8. Someone will also volunteer info, especially Fingers McGee as he has been collecting them for a while. I believe the 2nd Gen are Uberti and possibly Colt parts that were assembled at the Colt Factory, where as the 3rd gen (Colt Signature Series) were assembled and modified by a company whose name escapes me but was owned by the father of the man that owns Henry Rifle. They assembled the team aiming parts that colt had and also contracted with Uberti for additional parts in different materials and finishes and even had someone do engraving on certain models. Some were made out of stainless s
  9. Sorry for not responding sooner, working, if the other buyer falls thru let me know and I will definitely meet you in Naples someplace.
  10. Where in SW FL? I live on east coast by Ft Lauderdale.
  11. If you want to stay with a Winchester, Hinterland Outfitters currently has a 92, 20” barrel in .44mag in stock. I have more than a few of these and they are all great rifles and smooth out of the box.
  12. Reminds me of the rifle in the movies Hombre & Rio Conchos!
  13. Yes on the cavalry model, but I am asking what is the difference between he Army and the Navy models as they both look the same except for finishes possibly.
  14. Tortoise, You got me curious so I went to Pietta and saw all the models being offered. And I couldn’t tell the difference between the Army and the Navy models, the Old West model looks like the other two only aged. What is the difference between the three other than finishes? Thanks.
  15. Glad to hear that they are being responsive, wish them much success in their new endeavor.
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