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Flaco Joe

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    Lord Jesus, Family, Cowboy Action Shooting, German Drillings, Antique Firearms, Hunting, Fishing

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  1. I’ll take #13 - the skinning knives and #21 the canvas cartridge belt. PM sent.
  2. Moe is a pard to ride the range with. He really went the extra mile to make this deal happen.
  3. I have seen those rifle loading tubes. They are pretty slick.
  4. Because it’s fun. I’m not considering it for SASS. I’m interested in it because it’s novel. I’ve been wanting to build a concept CCW SAA. Not because it’s practical - it isn’t. Not that it would replace my Glock - it won’t. It’s a fantasy construct, like Jim West’s gadgets, or Van Helsing’s steampunk. I just like the idea of it and seeing how far I can take it. I just enjoy messing with cool guns and doing cool things with them.
  5. Cool! Thanks for sharing. I’ll have to do a little experimenting with something myself.
  6. Jack, can you post photos of it? Thanks
  7. I saw a YouTube video of a guy who created loading tubes for speed loading a SAA. In the comments, he said he used gum ball tubes cut to hold a .45 Colt round. But he didn’t give details. In the video, he loads a single action pretty fast! Has anyone ever see anything like this? I’m interested in trying this out.
  8. I got it Caboose. I apologize for the confusion. I emailed you my contact info. Thanks
  9. Caboose, last I heard from you, you said, “I’m thinking...”. I didn’t take that as a done deal. They are still available if you want them.
  10. They are identical and both are 5.5”. The long barreled gun in the photo is a full-size ‘73 for comparison only to show the size difference. Thanks
  11. This is an 1897 Winchester clone by Norinco. It is 12 gauge. It has a 26” barrel. There are a few cart dings on it, but no cracks, rust, or scratches. Gently used, it is in excellent condition. Coyote Cap did a work over on this gun. It is SMOOTH! Slick action, strong lockup, competition ready. And with a 26” barrel, you just have to lean forward a little bit and bump the shotgun targets right over! This shotgun belongs to Trooper John Smith, #5561-Life. I am listing it on his behalf. Interested buyers should contact me via a PM and I will give them Trooper’s contact information to negotiate the sale. For this reason, the first “I’ll take it” on the forum might not be the first person in line. If you are interested, please contact me right away. I will hand you off to Trooper. $750 shipped to your FFL.
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