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Silver Sam, SASS #34718L

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About Silver Sam, SASS #34718L

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    Lonestar Frontier Shooting Club, Comanche Valley Vigilantes. Texas TinHorns and Ft. Parker Patriots

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    CAS, Shooting, Electric Mountain Biking, Motorcycles, Jeeps, RC Racing, Steam Trains & collecting Vintage Pocket Watches

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  1. what CC sez..... and you get more a few more loads per Pound w/ 2F than 3F Lumpys rite too.......... But I prefer 2F
  2. Dead Eye Jake, You got it Pard !!!!! I just sent you a PM and I think I covered all the particulars...... So call me or PM me back & let's... Git 'er Done !!!!!
  3. Thanks Dawg, Yep it's a Good'un... I've shot my other two Rodeos for Years and thousands of rounds with Never a bobble. USFA built the Best, That's for sure!! Somebody is gonna get a Nice Gun !!!!!!!!!!! One a Y'all NEED this Pistol !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  4. Deal pending w/ Dead Eye Jake..................... Thanks for Lookin' Selling my backup USFA Rodeo , It needs to be SHOT!!! It's a USFA Rodeo 4 3/4" 38 Spl. w/ Longhunter action work It's been sitting in a dark corner of my Safe for too many years..... It is an All American one too, made under the Dome.... No Uberti parts....... serial # E 5XX It has been shot in several practice sessions and a couple of matches... It Runs Perfect! Factory Black Mat finish w/ CCH Hammer and Colt grips fitted to it...... No box and the USFA grips went MIA years ago, I'll probably find them once it's gone............ Yours for $999 shipped to your FFL..... Note: I will only ship to an FFL and your FFL MUST accept a handgun from an individual !!!! Check out the pics below:
  5. I have, I know a Shooter that has one as a backup to his SKB.... It's a Really well made gun.... IMO about as close to an SKB as I've ever seen, at 1/4 the price........ And he ain't selling his... I dun tried. His says "Sears Roebuck & Co" on the barrel..... try that in your search, it mite help.... Good Luck!
  6. These may not be exactly "Period Correct" but the are definitely worth a Look! Pic Below........... .............. .................... If you're as Old as Griff you mite wanna turn back now............. ............. ................. To go any further you Must Sign the Waiver.................. ............... Almost There................ ................. Now Them is sum Chaps !!!!!!!!!!!
  7. Widder, I shot a Match with my shotgun once, Blew the head rite off that sucker too.....
  8. I got my new Winchester '73 Carbine parts that were Hard Chrome plated back from APW Cogan yesterday and just got done reassembling it. Aspen Filly did the Scratching on it. I think it Qualifies as a BBQ Gun........ Oh Yea.... It will Only see a diet of Real BP !!!
  9. There is a small coil spring with two arms one facing forward that presses on the trigger Safety lever.... and one facing back. As of now I'm not aware of anyone making a lighter spring for the lever/ trigger safety....... So.............. what most Smiths and wannabees are doing is simply bending that spring to relieve tension on the trigger safety. But.... Its very easy to bend the spring too much, which results in the safety bar flopping up and down with zero tension. And the spring is sort of a pita to get in & out.... But to get the tension on the Safety to the point where it needs to be, you've got to pull the spring back out and keep bending it very slightly until it feels Right............. Good Luck!!! I'd also recommend while you're in there... Shorten the downward facing part of the Safety so that it releases the Trigger sooner.....
  10. This Feller mite'a took "BBQ Guns" a bit too Literally..................
  11. Here's a Original I'd like to see somebody build
  12. Abilene, That's a Mighty Fine lookin' 1911, But those '51 RM Conversions are about the Purdiest I've ever laid my eyes on!!!! I do believe I remember you shootin' them maybe at Tin Star Ranch several years back, am I rite?
  13. They can be your everyday Shootin' Irons...... If'n yer from TEXAS, Mine are...............
  14. Sam,What is a old 66 with the notch in the receiver worth?

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    1. Silver Sam, SASS #34718L

      Silver Sam, SASS #34718L

      Hey Pit Bull, Good to hear from you Pard !!!

      They're good guns, but many of the parts are impossible to get,

      IF anything breaks you could have a problem........

      Because of that some smiths are very reluctant to work on em.

      I sold a nice engraved one last year to a new shooter for around 800 bucks if I remember correctly.

      It was a good solid gun & had Real Nice wood & it had been short stroked.

      I warned him of the same things I'm telling you!!!! He bought it anyway.

      Since I can do my own smithing I have no problem owning one.....

      But if you have to rely on someone else for any repairs, then I'd steer clear.

      Take It Easy Pard, C U Later, Sam

    2. Pit Bull Tex

      Pit Bull Tex

      Thanks Sam.Nate told me the same thing.Stay away from it.How have you been?Got my house back together after the flood.Going to start shooting some now.Had a knee replacement and it is about ready also.Pit Bull

  15. I opted for ReStor multifocal lenses. They were more $$$ but well worth it for me !!! I have better than 20-20 in both eyes & don't need glasses..... not even readers. Ck w/ yer Doc and see if they will work for you and what your extra cost would be.... If it's do-able, then I say go for it !!!!
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