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Tommy Reb

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  1. Yep!! Tried the same kind of scam with me on my WTB post for a Uberti Model P Jr. 32-20/32 H&R 5.5". Sent me pics of a gun like that from an old post on Guns International. Only wanted electronic payment so no mail to address. TR
  2. Unfortunately the guns Ol' #4 has, although they sound very nice, do not match the one I have and he does not want to split them up. So, I'm still looking. Anybody? Thanks. TR
  3. Hello Ol' #4. I've given up on consecutive numbers so if you've got one of these guns you would be willing to part with, regardless of serial number, I'm interested. Please PM me with particulars. Sure do appreciate it!! Sent you a PM as well. TR
  4. WTB a pair (consecutive serial numbers) of Uberti Cimarron Model P Jr. or Taylor's Stallion 32-20/32 H&R dual cylinder, 5.5 inch barrel pistols. Was looking for a pair with conseccutive numbers but gave up and bought one. Looks like it might have been the last new one in the country, at least that I can find. Now I need one more. Anybody got one you would like to sell? TR
  5. Hello Blackie. I have a couple of the Leatherwood Malcolm 6X scopes and the scopes themselves are fine. But, yes, the rings are junk. I replaced the rings with D Z Arms Unertl style rings. Those are very nice. Of course, I now have more invested in rings than in the scopes. TR
  6. Kenny Stump (Stumpman) in Ward, Arkansas has profiled a bunch of hammers for me by bending. Always a first rate job. Prices were very reasonably and turnaround time was short. TR
  7. Hello Dusty. I have two Shiloh's. Both were made in Big Timber. The first one is a Wolfgang Droege rifle and the second is a Bryan rifle. Both are excellent. In fact, I've never seen a Shiloh Sharps that was anything other than excellent. Although I do not own a Farmingdale rifle myself, from what I've seen and heard from those that do, I doubt you would be disappointed with a Farmingdale gun. TR
  8. Jeb, check the Spencer Shooting Society on the CAS City Forum. Lots of useful Spencer info there. Someone there can likely recommend a Spencer mechanic. With some guidance from that forum, I worked on my own Chiappa Spencer and have it running nicely now. Out of the box, mine was prone to occasional stove pipe feeds and the trigger was horrendously heavy. The trigger return part of the mainspring is now a mere wisp of its former self and the trigger is nice at 2.5 pounds. I did use up two cartridge feed cams before I finally got the shape just right so that feeding is now 100% reliable. If you decide to do your own work, I recommend having a extra mainspring and a couple of feed cams before you start. Taylor's has the parts. If you have specific questions about your gun, I would be glad to try to help. TR
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