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J. Frank Norfleet

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J. Frank Norfleet last won the day on March 7 2017

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    Shooting, Building spurs

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  1. Thanks for the replies boom pop has passed on the holsters so I am waiting to see of Ace still wants them. JFN
  2. Can someone answer boom pop's question? Do Stallions fit Ruger Single six holsters? JFN
  3. I don't know. I've been told the Stallions have the same frame size but I'd wait until someone says for sure. JFN
  4. #1 A worn once El Paso Saddlery street combat holster for a Gov. 1911. $40 plus $7 for shipping. (These are $92 new) SPF #2 is a Kirkpactrick Wild Bunch holster for a Gov 1911. $60 plus $7 for shipping. #3 is a WWII bring back Nazi cartridge box for '98 Mauser stripper clips. $25 plus $10 shipping. SASS PMs disappear into the ether so the first "I'll take it here" wins. JFN
  5. Here is a set of double strong side holsters for 5.5" Ruger Single Six 32's and a matching belt. They don't have any drop and with my short waist, long arms and shoulder problems I need holsters with drop. So I am selling these so I can get what I need. The last photo shows my SS 32's with a 4.5" barrels in the holsters, they are not part of the deal. The last photo shows were the holsters ride on the belt. Yes the holsters are made for the longer 5.5" barrels but they work with the shorter. Belt is marked 43 and is 42" to center hole. Note the scuffing on the inside of the holsters shown in the third photo. $200 for the set and $10 shipping. SASS PMs disappear into the ether so the first "I'll take it here" gets them. JFN
  6. Agree! I think the little single-sixes with new vaquero grip frames make the perfect pistol for small hands.
  7. Nope, I have one in 45 Colt. JFN
  8. I used this pistol for CCW class qualifications. Since I now have a pair of Vaqueros in .45 ACP, I no longer need it. Comes with two cylinders: one in .45 Colt and one in .45 ACP. Previous owner put a Super Blackhawk frame on the pistol. Pretty good fit since I never noticed until several years latter someone pointed out that Super Blackhawks never came in the dual cylinder configuration. $450 plus shipping. First "I'll take it" posted here gets it. I will be slow on PM's and responses because my email server doesn't connect to the SASS server. JFK
  9. I bought this for my wife and she isn't shooting it. Rifle runs really well for her and for me. I bought it used and it has scratches, cart wear and poor gunsmithing dings on the mag tube attachment. Stock has been shortened 1/2 inch and a H&R butt plate added. Installed in the rifle: Cowboy Carty spring kit, .175 grabber front sight, one piece firing pin and safety delete. The .32 Marlin also has a 10% shorter lever throw, so they came from the factory essentially short stroked. $1200 plus shipping. First "I'll take it" posted here gets it. I will be slow on PM's and responses because my email server doesn't connect to the SASS server. JFK
  10. Get rid of this thread.  Nothing here of value.

    1. Allie Mo, SASS No. 25217
    2. J. Frank Norfleet

      J. Frank Norfleet

      posting photos in classified.  Sorry instead of replying to the thread I sent a message.

       

    3. Allie Mo, SASS No. 25217
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