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Flaco Joe

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  1. I have a pair of Slim Jim style holsters with a belt. PM me if interested.
  2. Edited the post. I was informed these are not stainless steel but rather in the white.
  3. Pietta in the “white” Sheriff Model 1851 Navy in .44 caliber. Fully engraved. Fired a few times, but in great condition with no major dings on it. $300 shipped
  4. This website here says Dixie Gunworks has them in stock. https://www.dixiegunworks.com/index/page/product/product_id/8520/category/327/category_chain/312,325,327/product_name/PH1403+Classic+Arms+Twister+Pistol+Kit
  5. These are outstanding rifles. I shot a Kodiak brown bear with mine. They’ll hold 10 rounds of .45-70, which aught to be enough firepower for any problem you will encounter!
  6. I have two pair of lace up boots for your consideration. One is a pair of Justin work boots the other is a pair of Adm Tec boots, which is a Boot Barn brand. These are used, but with plenty of life left in the sole. They are great for working or shooting a match as-is, but with a little polish they’d spiff up nicely for other events. Both pair have rubber, oil-resistant soles, but the Adm Tec boots have a bit more of a “riding” heel. The Justins are size 10 and the Adm Tec are 9.5. But they are actually about the same as far as fit. Both pair are WIDE. $49.99 per pair, shipped.
  7. These are super nice lizard-skin boots by Dan Post. Handmade in Mexico, they are finely crafted, leather-soled boots with a traditional heel. These boots are size 9.5 EW - extra wide. One pair is black and the other is dark burgundy. They have been worn, but only a little, with all soles strong and intact. These boots retail for $315. They are yours for $180 a pair, shipped.
  8. This is a pair of Cimarron “New Sheriff” model SAA revolvers in .45 Colt. They have 3.5” barrels and are the “black powder” frame, although they are, or course, modern reproductions and will handle smokeless loads just fine. These guns come with their boxes and all paperwork. They have been fired, but very little with no drag rings on their cylinders. One of them has a minor scratch on the cylinder, but a blueing pen will clear it right up. The buyer is responsible for determining whether or not these guns are legal in their own municipality. Your FFL must be willing to accept a firearm from a private individual. $900 for the pair shipped to your FFL.
  9. This is a Pietta ‘51 Navy. It’s AU mark dates it to 1989. This gun appears to be unfired. It is in great condition, but does have a few minor handling marks as seen in the photos. There is no box or paper - just the pistol. $200 shipped
  10. This is a leather, steampunk, top hat hand made by Head’n Home hattters. This style is called “Coachman”. It is a size “Medium” and fits about like a size 7 or 7 1/4. It is sturdy and finely-crafted. It comes with a set of plastic steampunk goggles, but they are not permanently attached. This hat would add a unique look to a steampunk outfit, or just an offbeat western character. These hats retail for $187.00. Shipped to you for $125.00
  11. Hello Wire! Can a Super Blackhawk hammer be fitted to a New Vaquero? I’d like a 4.75” New Vaquero in .45 Colt with a lower hammer, but Ruger doesn’t offer that particular configuration. So I’d like to fit a SBH hammer to a New Vaquero. Is that an option, or will the SBH hammers only fit old model Vaqueros? Thanks
  12. 415m3,

     

    if you are a SASS member, please tell me your alias.  I encourge you to change your log in name so that people can see who you are.

     

    I have a Kentucky single-shot muzzle loader in .45 cal that I am selling.  I will accept $100 shipped, because it is used and has some minor blemishes.

     

    It has an adjustable trigger, so that you can set it how you like it.  There is a minor crack in the wood just ahead of the left had screw, but it is not a stress-bearing portion of the stock. There is a bit of discolortion on the barrel.  But  the bore is clean, and it is in perfect working condition.

     

    Let me know if interested.  I accept PayPal, but will ask an extra $5 to cover my PayPal cost.  Otherwise, a check is fine, and I will ship the pistol when the check clears.  If that sounds good to you, I will need your mailing address.

     

    Let me know,

    Flaco Joe

    Let me know.  Pic attached.

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  13. Rooster, the ASP 1860 Army appears to be of good quality.  The wood is lighter than the current Pietta and Uberti models, with a little courser grain.  The action is stiff, but it is still covered in cosmolene, so it is a bit gummy.  Overall, it is not as fine a quality as an Uberti, but still a nice gun.

  14. Hello the camp, I'm sad to report that our gun cart perished in a shed fire recently. My wife, Lanky Jane, is a pretty fair carpenter, and will build another one; however, we have not been able to source the wheels we seek. We need a retailer for inflatable tires on spoked rims, like bicycle tires, only with a hole through the hub that will enable a piece of bar stock inserted as an axle. Anyone know of a source for such a cart wheel? Thanks
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