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  1. I am selling a set of Ruger SASS Vaqueros in 357/38 as well as a beautiful rig made by Tombstone tactical. The pistols had a trigger/ spring job done professionally ( Gunsmith that works a alot with Cimmaron in Fredericksburg, TX) and are in fantastic condition. I shot this pair for two seasons (Approximately 20 shoots). Mildly loaded 38 specials have only been shot in this set. Pair has consecutive SN numbers. I paid in the neighborhood of $500.00 for the Tombstone Rig and it is also in great condition. Should fit well on a 34 to 36 waist line. $1700.00 for both. Will consider seperating. I am located in the Fredericksburg, Texas area and will to meet near Austin or San Antonio (face to face sale). If you want to meet in Fredericksburg, I have a private range you can shoot the pistols at at time of sale to check them out. Would consider a Glock G34 (gen 4 or 5) as partial trade. Mike at 512-591-1111
  2. Hey Sky, if still up for grabsĀ  contact me I'm the Houston/Galveston area

    thanks, Jim

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      I will be in Houston for a few days this week. Please call me at 512-591-1111

  3. Looking forward to it and seeing ya Jim. It has been to long! The new place is looking pretty darn good! Lots of fun this Saturday
  4. I have both a Marlin 1894 16" and a Cody-Matic 1873 20". The 20" is my main rifle. Seems like recoil is much less in the heavier rifle and being heavier, it seems to handle better. With that being said, I would love to shoot one of the new Uberti 18".
  5. I got into CASS a little over 2 years ago and started from scratch. Fortunately i had some good guidance. I started out with: 1) SASS Vaqueros is 357/38 (4.62 inch barrels) 2) Cody Conagher 73 357/38 3) Marlin 94 357/38 (back up) 5) Stoerger Coach 12 guage 6) Leather (holster/shot gun belt) 7) Collapsible gun cart Although all the equipment is very important, I would not go cheap on leather. High quality and personally tailored to fit you is what I reccomend. All of my guns were worked over from the get go which I think is a wise investment. Although I have never had to use my back up Marlin 94 at a shoot, it provides me with a sense of security. I frequently see rifles go down during a shoot. After the first year I purchased a Dillion press and started reloading, definitely a cost saver in long run if you shoot often. Good luck on your journey.
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