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  1. Hi Pit Bull, The so called buyer was only a tire kicker and low baller. I know who it is and he's well known for buying dirt cheap and then reselling for a huge profit. Sorry I wasted your time. Best Randall
  2. I'll let you know as soon as I hear back from them. I hope I can get it put together today and you and I can go from there.
  3. Pit Bull, I have a person on the NSSA site that is interested in the Murray. If he and I can work something out and you still have the Old Army maybe we can put a deal together. Badger
  4. Found another cylinder......big thanks to Prairie Dawg. I can still use misc Pietta and Uberti internal parts, and grips for both Remingtons and Colts plus used or abused Remmie cylinders in .44 and .36 cal. The internal parts don't need to packaged and a little dirt and rust is OK as long as the price is right. I know that I can order new parts from Taylors and Dixie but some of the prices have gotten out of hand and Pesos are tight on a fixed income. I know that a lot you out there know what I'm talking about. Many thanks, Badger
  5. I'll keep you in mind Redwood Kid if I decide to do anything with them. Most of them are cased sets with the exception of the 48 Baby but I would need to do an inventory. If memory serves me I have from the 48 Baby Dragoon no lever, 51 Navy, 60 Army non fluted, 60 Army fluted, Walker, and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd model Dragoons. With medical bills I might be forced to think about it sometime.
  6. Thanks Dawg. I'll be watching the classifieds. I can use Colt parts too as I have quite a few of those as well. I tune and tinker with the repros and keep my 2nd Generation Colt collection unfired. I can't stand the thought of shooting them....they're too pretty.
  7. Thanks for the heads up Rooster Ron. I did see those listed on their site and it seems like a pretty good price. I was hoping that they would run their BP items on sale before Christmas but thought I would look for pre owned in the meantime. I've seen some go for really good prices on occasion and if one popped up before Christmas I would grab it. Worst case is I'll buy one for myself for a Christmas present. Sure beats a tie or a sweater with a moose head on it. While on topic about BP revolvers if anyone has any left over stray parts for percussion revolvers I could use just about anything part wise. A little rust or rough edges don't bother me as I do a little tuning on them as therapy to regain movement in my right arm and hand after an accident 6 years ago that left me pretty booger'd up. I'm not asking for free handouts but willing to pay a fair price for them. Replacement parts have gotten ridiculous the last few years.
  8. This might be a long shot (no pun intended) but I have been wanting to try one of the short barrel 58 Remingtons for a while and thought I would try the pre owned route before buying new. Pietta or Uberti would be fine and one that's a little rough around the edges wouldn't scare me as long as the price reflected the condition. I could use some spare Pietta 58 cylinders in .44 and .36 as well since I have to load from the bench due to a partially paralyzed arm and hand from an accident several years ago. I have a project 58 Pietta .44 that I need a set of grips for as well. If you have anything on the list give me holler and maybe we can work something out. I can be contacted at my email address badgerfarm2@yahoo.com or by phone 417 832-9056. It's a landline since I don't have mobile service out here in the country but if you call and I don't answer please leave a message and I will call you right back. Best regards. Sorry, but I didn't see the requirements for posting. If this is not allowed please delete. I can still use spare cylinders and parts. Thanks
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