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Everything posted by SGT. QUINCANNON, SASS #32999

  1. If you can push that up to a size 12, I have a pair you can have for $50 bucks. Brown, with mule ears.
  2. If the #3 holster will fit a Pietta Remington New Model Army (also known as an 1858 Remington) I will go $50.00 for it, if you are open to offers.
  3. Hello to All, I am offering a very fancy sheath knife of a sort popular in the 1850s-1860s. The blade is seven inches and the grip is four inches. 11 inches overall length. Perfect for a gambler impression or a Civil War soldier. Included is a black border stamped leather belt sheath. I have no information on the age or maker of the knife, so I offer it as is. $40.00 shipped to you. Thanks for your time.
  4. Hello to All, I am offering a brass powder flask of the Florentine style. Not sure why it is called that, unless it’s because of the naked Roman god in the design. This a medium sized flask, roughly about the size of the Remington type pistol flask. $40.00 shipped to your door. New price- $30.00. Thanks for your time, and everyone stay safe.
  5. Not counting the spout, it is 6 3/4” long and 4 1/4” wide. The spout and cap add about 1 1/2” to the length.
  6. I used to fashion my own blanks using a Lee loader kit. As mentioned above, drill out primer pockets and use a thin cardboard disk to hold in the powder (think playing card thickness). Experiment with light powder charges to reach the loudness you want.
  7. Hello to All, I am offering a vintage leather powder or shot flask. I do not believe this is an original 19th century flask, I believe this was made during the U.S. Civil War Centennial. The front of the flask is embossed with the U.S. eagle, the back is plain. The spout and spout cap were fashioned from a small caliber rifle cartridge case. The leather is in good shape. I have never used this flask, other than as a display piece, but it certainly could be used. I am asking $45.00 shipped for this item. Thank you for your time, and stay safe, everyone.
  8. Hey Pard, does the cap rake on #1 affect this revolver’s ability to accept a Howell conversion cylinder?
  9. Sorry Doc, you have a Zouave, copy of a Civil War rifle. The Buffalo Hunter has furniture similar to a plains rifle, though it uses a Zouave lock. Thanks, though…
  10. Title says it all- seeking an Antonio Zoli Buffalo Hunter. Anyone have one they’d part with? Thanks for your time.
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