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July Smith

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About July Smith

  • Birthday 04/01/1990

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  1. Are you asking about the backup key for an electronic key pad? If so it should be a fairly long key like the one in this link. https://mbausa.com/omega-redundant-swingbolt-key-lock-package-w-chrome-keypad-left-hand/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIgcfo2IGG8gIVw4BbCh0XgAsEEAsYBCABEgIHt_D_BwE
  2. This one that was new old stock sold last month with 2 bids for $960. https://www.gunbroker.com/item/903053453 Maybe not the best way to determine exact worth, but gives you an idea of what at least one person was willing to pay in the current market. With listing fees, etc. the seller's take home would have been around $915-920.
  3. That's the plan! I'll take a look, though at this time I don't really like the idea of cutting the stock. I'm pretty burned out on sending guns and parts off and dealing with SASS gunsmiths turn around times.
  4. Thank you for the prompt replies and links. Hard to tell from the pictures, but is the rear portion of the cover suede leather to offer more traction?
  5. Looking for recommendations on the rifle butt covers that convert the curved rifle butt to a flat shotgun style. I have seen covers like this at local matches but have failed to ask who makes them.
  6. Uberti clones are slightly larger in the frame and cylinder. The hammers are not interchangeable between Pietta and Uberti. VTI and EMF are two online sources I am aware of for lower hammers if they are in stock.
  7. Last few to come up on gunbroker sold for $2325 and $2895. https://www.gunbroker.com/item/902089186 https://www.gunbroker.com/item/901316317 Gunbroker listing fees, tax, shipping etc. add up so for a local sale I would think a price anywhere between $2100-2700 would not be unreasonable in today's market.
  8. Its hard to tell without seeing the hammers back, but the Cowboys usually have triggers that rest a little further forwards than the ones shown in this thread. Also the Cowboys I have seen never had grips that fit right, again the ones shown here look like actual SAAs just with a lot of honest wear.
  9. We will try one last bump.
  10. Pepper spray and tasers aren’t very good at opening Amazon packages. If she wants a knife get her a knife.
  11. Is this for the novelty or for an EDC/self defense knife? Unless she is already well practiced with the butterfly knife action I'd buy her the trainer knife as well. You might want to look at a quality automatic knife like Microtech.
  12. The Charles Daly 500 is basically a Browning BSS with two triggers. You might have better luck searching Browning BSS schematics.
  13. A lot of people carry those NAA mini revolvers in 22lr and 22mag. The ballistics those little guns offer is far from impressive, but still a lot of people think that is a good idea or good enough. A 31cal pocket gun loaded with conical bullets and properly tuned by a competent gunsmith is a reliable gun. Far from the best choice, but if for some reason you could not legally carry a cartridge gun a cap and ball is not the worse thing out there. Personally I am not into letting nostalgia handicap me when it comes to my choice of CC pistols.
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