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Jed I. Knight, SASS #36423

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  1. Ditto Bullett. Ya did real good at the match! Nice and smooth!
  2. I have a blast with ‘em… … quite literally.
  3. I got to spend a weekend with @Just Bill SASS# 16394and his Gatling Battery Gun… As you can see, if ya watched the above video, I had a heck of a good time!!
  4. Connecticut Valley Arms 1848 Dragoon, .44 Caliber Percussion Revolver, 7 1/2” barrel Here’s another really cool one that’s just been hanging up in my armory unfired. I bought it used and I’m not sure if the previous owner ever fired it. It’s super clean with no known/obvious function or cosmetic issues. $300 + actual shipping cost. First “I’ll take it” posted gets it. BUT they are for sale locally so if I’m out at a shoot and someone buys it… well then I’ll obviously indicate that in this thread as soon as I can. I am not necessarily looking for any trades, since I’m selling some unused revolvers to finance a rifle purchase. But, I would possibly consider any 1851’s, in .36 Caliber only, and preferably by Pietta.
  5. ASM 1847 Walker .44 Caliber Percussion Revolver 9” barrel Here is one that doesn’t come up for sale very often (in fact that’s why I don’t have a brace of ‘em)! I bought this revolver used but it doesn’t appear to have been fired. There are no known/obvious issues with the function of this revolver. However, it does have some very minor cosmetic scratches (photograph included below). It looks like someone used the wrong tool (like a screwdriver) to take the wedge out and it slipped on the barrel. $300 + actual shipping cost First “I’ll take it” posted gets it. BUT they are for sale locally so if I’m out at a shoot and someone buys it… well then I’ll obviously indicate that in this thread as soon as I can. I am not necessarily looking for any trades. I’m selling some unused revolvers to finance a rifle purchase. But, I would possibly consider any 1851’s, in .36 Caliber only, and preferably by Pietta as part trade. ~~~~~
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