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  1. TC Who did the work on this navy? thanks
  2. Cody, Let me know if this becomes available. thanks
  3. Howdy, Just thought I would check to see if anyone has a pair of holsters for my black powder adventure with 7.5" navy colts. GPG
  4. Hello from the northern Great Plains, I am considering a pair of 7.5" Richard Mason conversions of the 1851 navy variety-this is of course the fault of Jedi Knight and his YouTube channel..... When looking around for these I find them called straight up 1851 navy conversions to 1872 models. Of course the Pietta or Uberti question also. I would like to have a pair as close to the feel of my 1851 navy colts. I am certain the folks here would be able to shine some light on this model of revolver. thanks in advance GPG
  5. Glad I was not in front of my computer the last couple days...I have a weakness for stuff like this:)
  6. I know Harold!

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    2. GPG


      Yeah I thought that was a good one.   Wonder why not giving up a mag with that pistol..

    3. G W Wade

      G W Wade

      He uses Tripp mags.  Kinda expensive.  Probaly sold stock ones to somebody already

    4. G W Wade

      G W Wade

      Sorry delay of 24/7  but was refueling.   Made meat loaf, baked beans and cornbread

  7. Howdy,


    I just wanted to see if you did get those 44 wcf pistols sold?

  8. You truly are available 24/7

  9. Widder,


    My son has one of the henry 22 rifles and wonder about the upgrade that you have for these.   Is this something that you need the rifle for or can one install on their own?


    thank you


  10. Howdy from ND

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