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Cherokee Slim

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About Cherokee Slim

  • Birthday 10/20/1947

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    103248
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    Cherokee Cowboys, Piedmont Regulators

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  • Location
    Anderson, SC

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    jim.worl@yahoo.com

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  1. How about $40 plus shipping.............
  2. For sale is this fringed leather coat I bought off the classifieds here some time ago. It's marked XXL, but it's "made in china" and their sizing is often not too close. The pard I bought it from said it was more like an extra large, and the measurements suggest that it is close to extra large. I often wear a large or extra large, depending on the fit of a particular garment, and this jacket just seems a little too snug to suit me. It's in very good condition; does have a somewhat darker spot on the lower right back, as you can see in the picture, but it doesn't look nearly so apparent in real life as it does in the photo. If interested you will want to check these measurements against a jacket that you find very comfortable, and not just go by my estimation of its size. Across the shoulders from seam to seam: 21" ; shoulder seam to cuff: 24 1/2" ; across the chest seam to seam: 23" (which would make it a 46" and should be close to an XL) ; top of neck to bottom of coat (not including the fringe); 28 1/2". I would like to get $50-lowered to $40- plus shipping for this coat. That's less than I paid, but it just needs to go to someone who'll get some use out of it. Because of its close fit for me, it just hangs in the closet. Send me a PM if interested, or if you want more photos or more measurements.
  3. ****SPF****Up for sale is a partial set of the Time-Life Old West series. These books were each devoted to a particular topic related to the early settlement and expansion phases of American history. This was a 26-volume series published through the seventies and each book is a very well-done discussion of a particular aspect of our early years. This set includes 11 titles that I managed to collect over the years; many of these were from antique stores and some were from library sales around eastern Georgia and upstate South Carolina. All are in excellent condition although those that came from libraries do have “discard” stamps on the overleaf pages and library markings on the exterior, none of which obscures any text or pictures. Included are: The Cowboys, The Gunfighters, The Great Chiefs, The Trailblazers, The Rivermen, The Women, The Chroniclers, The Townsmen, The Ranchers, The Pioneers and The Canadians. Excellent reading material for those who enjoy reading about 19th Century America. $55 shipped via Media Mail; send me a PM if interested. Thanks.
  4. Sorry, but those sold shortly after I posted them, hence the "SPF" edit (sold pending funds). I never went back and changed it to "sold", but the deal went through as expected.
  5. No, sorry, I don't know anyone going. But I would be real hesitant to ask even a good friend to cart this whole thing across country for me. This is a large machine.
  6. I've never shipped anything close to the size and weight of a package this would make. It would need to be disassembled of course, so most likely would be packed in a couple of boxes. Give me some time to put a tape measure to it and I'll see if I can come up with an estimate. I had hoped for a face-to-face transaction, in part so that I could make the buyer a "smokin' deal" on hulls, wads, powder and primers. I have WAY MORE than I'll ever need; some people ( like my wife, for instance........) would say that I tend toward "hoarding". When you have to factor in shipping, a smokin' deal on hulls and wads loses its appeal, and of course I'm not going to ship the powder or primers.
  7. My original plan was to just post it on ShotgunWorld.com classifieds, but I thought perhaps another cowboy might be able to put it to use. So I posted on SASS to give people here an opportunity to acquire it before listing it there. One sold on another forum I frequent about 2 months ago for $1100 and it was just the basic machine, none of the extras I'm throwing in. The paint job was in better shape but with a machine like this, the paint job is of little import. I got a good deal on this loader when I bought it, so I was just going to pass on the good deal to another cowboy if possible.
  8. I think it's quite a bargain, but I'm a little biased...... I'll give it another run to see if anyone might be interested.
  9. ***SOLD***Up for sale is my Ponsness Warren 800B 12 gauge reloader. As you may be aware, this is an older model produced by PW but was the premier reloader they offered at one time. This is a very impressive machine and is built like a tank. Even though it has some age on it, the machine performs outstandingly. The paint job on it is somewhat “flaked” as you can see in the photographs, but that in no way affects its operation. This is way overkill for what anyone needs for cowboy action, unless you load for a small group of cowboys, or have the ability to shoot several days per week; then it makes more sense. I knew it was much, much more than I needed when I purchased it a few years ago, but, then again, I use an XL650 to load the 250+ rounds of .38 that I need per month. Many would say, and they would be correct, that is a vast amount of overkill. However, I have now run into a space problem; running out of room in my workshop and need to make some changes. So I'm now offering up this excellent 12 gauge reloader for $450, picked up in Anderson, SC. I would pack it and ship it if you really want to pay for that, but I would imagine that shipping costs would be pretty high. It's a beast of a machine and very heavy. I'm willing to do a little bit of driving to assist with a transfer of ownership if that will help. Had figured I would list this on Shotgunworld.com but decided maybe another cowboy might appreciate this fine piece of machinery so wanted to put it here first. It comes with an assortment of extras; spare parts, spare wad guides, a complete extra set of hull dies (8), an assortment of shot bushings and a large assortment of powder bushings, primer arms, plus many other extras you can see in the pictures (excluding anything “blue” that happens to show up in the photo....). All of this came with the loader when I purchased it, but I have never needed to use any of it. It is an amazing machine to operate and pretty simple once set up to run, and extremely reliable. The guy I bought it from used it to load between 5,000 and 7,000 rounds per month, and only sold it because he moved up to the latest and greatest from PW when they came out with a new model. It is set up now for loading Winchester AA 's with 3/4 oz of shot; never had any trouble with knock-downs as long as I pointed the shotgun in the right direction, but there is ample selection of shot and powder bushings should you desire to change that. Send me a PM if interested, or if you have any questions. Thanks.
  10. ***SPF***Another pair of pants from the closet that just don't get selected anymore. These are Horsefly's Old West Clothing brand and are 34 waist and hemmed at 29 inches. There's no materials tag so I don't know for sure what the fabric is, but my guess is a cotton/polyester blend; feels about like polished cotton and is definitely a warm-weather weight. The pants are in excellent condition, no rips, tears or stains. Sorry for the poor pictures but I'm no photographer and, try as I might, I just couldn't get any that came out any better. $20 shipped with payment via PayPal, check, or money order. Send me a PM if interested. Thanks.
  11. ***Sold***These are Bobby C's 1800's collection denim cowboy pants, 34 waist and hemmed at 31 inches. Two front pockets and one hip pocket. Pants are in great shape, no rips, tears or stains, just some that I never wear so someone else may as well get some use out of them. $25 shipped, paid via Paypal, check, money order....... whatever suits you. Send me a PM if interested. Thanks.
  12. ****SPF****This is a ladies medium Wah Maker vest; feels like silk, but there's no materials tag so I don't know for sure. It's a very nice looking vest and in excellent condition, no rips, tears or stains of any kind. $20 shipped. Send me a PM if interested. Thanks
  13. Cherokee Slim,

     

    That is a fine looking holster.  I'm looking for one to carry a Ruger Old Army with a 7.5" barrel with adjustable sights.  It looks like your holster might fit my ROA.  How much are you looking to get out of it?

     

    Buckeye Pete

  14. hey!  If you are interested in the slim jim holsters Pugilist sold me I will let you have first crack at them. $65 - shipped which is what Zi have into them. Let me know. 

     

    Too Tall Bob

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    2. Too Tall Bob

      Too Tall Bob

      they didn’t sit as low as I was hoping for. Long arms and big hands create a need for more of a holster drop. 

    3. Too Tall Bob

      Too Tall Bob

      oldpug@q.com for paypal

       

      give me your address so I can ship them. 

    4. Cherokee Slim

      Cherokee Slim

      Bob,

       

      Just sent $65 via PayPal to the address given in your message.   My address is:

       

      Jim Worl

      600 Robin Hood Lane

      Anderson, SC 29621

       

       

      Thanks,

       

       

      Jim

       

       

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