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Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

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  1. The PO wanted to buy cartridges from them from the website as we have all in the past. Since you can’t find any product and it does have the message on top of the website that they only have product at their brick & mortor location his question about their continuing to be in business was what he was looking for!
  2. With No available product listed. Keep drilling down and there is nothing for sale.
  3. I like all three if I could. pm me with payment method and I’ll pm back address for shipping calculations. Nimble Fingers
  4. Check on EBay, I have found .44 parts there too
  5. Forgive my neuropathy in my hands. I meant to type we aren’t talking about VHS, of course you have his DVD! And that DVD will last for as many views as you want.
  6. Your video could be watched 100 times and be worn out! We are talking VHS tape. As I said to Rooster, you are entitled to sell anything legal. The new price just goes to show you how long I looked at his website. When I looked last it was $45. Hope it sells fast for you.
  7. He probably can thru the Merchant site, but I was thinking his brand new is probably the same price so why by used when you can get new? Also the OP may no longer have a 92. However, there is no rule that sends this member can’t offer for sale an item at a price he choose so let him have at it.
  8. Second time I have been schooled on the spelling. Ok that explains the origins. My apologies to you and to my great, great Uncle who was a member of the Ohio 1st Volunteer Cavalry unit during the Civil War, and not a hill outside Jerusalem.
  9. Ah Phantom! Long time, no “fencing” with you with sabers! OF COURSE there were more lengths! But these seemed to be the standard lengths and I was wondering how Colt came up with them.
  10. Thought this might be a fun history lesson, at least for me! hiw did Colt come up with the 3 “standard” barrel sizes? I know that the Calvary model was 7.5”, the Artillery was 5.25”, and 4.75”came from where? Did someone at Colt decide these 3 sizes and the Army adopt 2 of them? never saw this come up before but if it did before, still think it is interesting enough to bring it up again. Thanks in advance for the lesson.
  11. Sorry Rooster, “6 to one, half dozen to the other” is how I think the phrase goes. At least that is how my Dad said it long ago, 6 = half dozen. Just FYI
  12. Thanks Cockney, gave it to my friend last night and he was touched! Appreciate the opportunity of buying it and your quick shipping! Made me a little homesick for my parents’ place in Green Valley where we will visit and then go to Tombstone so I could walk around healed! Have a great day!
  13. Wow Actual cowboy country!! Unfortunately to far for SE FL. But still wish you success with your reincarnation. I went thru similar issues with a club I got started with when it had a coup and taken over. All the best and if I am in the neighborhood I will come!
  14. It sounds great and it also sounds like you have pro-actively taken care of the historical issues. One thing though, where are you guys located?
  15. Ahhhh now I know what you all are talking about! Never knew they were called that. See you can teach old dogs new tricks!
  16. Ok now I am curious! I am from Chicago and worked part time at Lowe’s in the hardware dept filling those Holman drawers and have no clue what you guys are talking about! Off to search on the web.
  17. Rooster Wayne in Michigan sent me a check and it 2 weeks! I am in no hurry, it’s for a friend and plan on giving it to him end of October. If you don’t get it by next Sunday let me know. Thx.
  18. You do know! I can drink half a 5th on ice and not wake with a hangover or upset stomach going to bed with a slight buzz. Don’t get me started on the Maple flavored one! Like drinking breakfast.
  19. Well my other Colt was a New Frontier with a 5.5 barrel, and I like the gol. Guess I could have left the barrel on but I was trying to go for a small for my Duke persona. Still have it and still have the rest in the box it came in. I’m satisfied, like I said to each his own!
  20. I am also a fan, bought a Winchester/Colt commemorative, this one has a black powder frame, .44-40 and 7.5 barrel. Took off the barrel, had a .44spcl 4.75 barrel put on and got a .44 spcl cylinder since that would match the New Frontier I was shooting. Got the gun for 979, at that time barrels and cylinders were cheap on EBay, another hundred for parts and a $60 gunsmith charge about 15 years ago. The barrel and cylinder either gold engraving is in the box and I am shooting the Colt. It was about $200 cheaper at the time than a regular Colt, and like H.K., I have a Colt. I bet though the JW one in .45 and .22 always will retain their vale and go up! Believe the .45 goes for between 2,800 & 3,200. The Wyatt Earp buntline with shoulder stock also. To each his own.
  21. Not so, a lot of collectors will frame the sleeve, and if someone has everything but their sleeve is “damaged” they would want it to replace the one the have. I would suggest EBay as well as I have found a lot on that site, sleeve, styrofoam container, paperwork. Just a suggestion.
  22. Depending on which one it could be between $50-$100 dollars, I would get a sheet of thick corrugated and sandwich the cover with Fragile do not bend or make a box for it. I found a John Wayne commutative complete box and cover for a little under a $120 but that was over 10 years ago. Check EBay as they are sometimes there and u can check out the bidding.
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