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Barbwire Bill, SASS #661

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  1. A buddy of mine got a Chiappa Spencer and is looking for someone to tune it up. Doesn’t anyone specialize in them? Are there any Cowboy Gunsmiths in Calif? thanks BB
  2. I have a small safe that came with an electronic lock. It’s an American Security . The lock failed even with a new battery. The safe dealer sent out a locksmith who tried several things including. Replacing the keypad assembly and couldn’t open it. Cost me a few $$$ to have him drill it to get it open. I replaced the lock with a S&G mechanical. He told me they never fail.
  3. I saw the gun I want at SHOT with case hard frame but no one seems to have them for sale yet. Are there any Winchester dealers on the wire I could contact?
  4. Who did the engraving on the grips? I like the SASS logo on them
  5. What kind of street prices are you seeing for Colts? i haven’t seen one in my area for a long time and on Gunbroker they seem to be going for around $2000 or maybe a little less
  6. Now that they have been out for a bit and seem to be available, how are the Standard Single Actions holding up? Are they comparable to a real Colt? Are any showing up at competitions? Just curious if they are just collector pieces or real shooters? Thanks
  7. Cylinders are pending payment guns reduced to 1450.00 shipped

  8. I am looking for a NIB Winchester 1873 44-40 24 in barrel full octagon without the pistol grip. If anyone knows where I might find one I would appreciate the info. Thanks BB
  9. Hows about one in 45colt that has the safety plugged and has an action job for $500+ shpping?

    Mudflat

  10. These are great photos. I remember many of these pard’s I wish SASS would digitize all the old Cowboy Chronicles into a set of DVD’s. There are some great stories and wonderful pictures in those old issues. I still have all of mine.
  11. I saw them at SHOT as well. Nice looking gun. Didn't get a lot of info, but the guy I talked with said they were made out of bar stock, so no cast frame. He also indicated a lower price than Colt but he may not have know for sure. I hope they can produce a good product at a decent price. Always looking for an excuse to buy more guns. I would like to see Capt Baylor do a review of this and the rolling block that Tippman has out.
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