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Flaco Joe

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  1. Thanks Deacon, but I have one of those myself and it’s not what I need.
  2. Howdy Pards, I have a crazy revolver project in mind and I’m looking for a used shotgun rib I can cut down. I need the rib off a single-barrel shotgun. It needs to be solid. It needs to be concave underneath as it will be mounted on a Vaquero. I’ve attached a photo of what I’m sorta looking to do. New ribs are stupid expensive! I’m hoping someone has one lying around that they’ll sell me for a few bucks. I don’t even need a whole rib. Just ten or twelve inches of rust-free rib will work. Thanks
  3. This is a repro Colt Model 1872 Army .45 Colt by Cimarron (Uberti). This gun is like new. It has been fired, but very little. There is no drag ring around the cylinder and the color case hardening is gorgeous. Tiny handling marks, but no more than typical for any gun that has been handled. It is bone stock, but the action is smooth and lock up is tight. Included with this sale are a cross-draw holster by Hunter and a .45 cartridge belt by Triple K. I’m a size 34 and the belt fits me with four holes to spare. Length is 43” from the buckle to the first hole. The revolver retails new from Cimarron for $577. I’m asking $500 for the whole package SHIPPED to your FFL. I do not wish to separate these at this time, and I am not seeking trades, thank you.
  4. Thanks Marshal Hangtree, but they are definitely burgundy, not brown.
  5. This is a pair of suede leather riding chaps. They zip up on the inside of the leg. They are size large. I am a fairly thin guy with size 34 waist and they fit me snug. They are a burgundy color. $50 shipped
  6. This is a small leather bag for a lady shooter. It has an small internal pocket inside the larger space for keeping smaller items. It also has a wooden push rod for assisting with loading a tube magazine. $15 shipped.
  7. I’ll take #13 - the skinning knives and #21 the canvas cartridge belt. PM sent.
  8. Moe is a pard to ride the range with. He really went the extra mile to make this deal happen.
  9. I have seen those rifle loading tubes. They are pretty slick.
  10. 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.
  11. Cool! Thanks for sharing. I’ll have to do a little experimenting with something myself.
  12. Jack, can you post photos of it? Thanks
  13. 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.
  14. 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.





  15. 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.

  16. 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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