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Dark Horse Charlie

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  1. SASS Alias: Dark Horse Charlie SASS #: 104941 Where you are from: Long Island New York How long you’ve been Cowboy Action Shooting: Joined the party in 2016!
  2. Howdy Warden, nice work. I myself am a huge fan of old hammer guns and use a 1920s Husqvarna in my shoots. Always looking for more especially under and sidelevers. Best of luck!
  3. Howdy, I have a few shirts and a pair of pants looking for a new home! I do have pics i can email if interested. will ship as cheap as possible! - Brand new in plastic White pleated front pull over. Size small ($35) - Grey button up with white band collar - COWS size Medium, lightly used ($25) - White button up formal shirt, size medium lightly used ($25) - Black Denim suspender pants, size 32, professionally hemmed to 20" never worn. ($35) Happy trails!
  4. Will be putting this on ebay next week ... thought I would give first crack here!
  5. Howdy, looking to sell my Frontier Clothing 10x Quigley hat. Like new! Never wore it. Its been resting on a set of bull horns for 10 years. Silverbelly size 7 1/8. It does have Pete stamped into the sweatband but it is faded now. Could use a dusting but in amazing condition. $200 includes shipping!! Sells new for over 300! http://s347.photobucket.com/user/madhat222/media/Hat2_zpslsrbsw4k.jpg.html?sort=3&o=1 http://s347.photobucket.com/user/madhat222/media/Hat1_zpspo4qjlep.jpg.html?sort=3&o=0http://s347.photobucket.com/user/madhat222/media/Hat1_zpspo4qjlep.jpg.html?sort=3&o=0
  6. As a new guy I am kinda curious about Rowdy Yates and Coffin Maker? What kind of work do they do? Thanks
  7. I got me one of them Husqui's too! Great lil cannon!
  8. That's all great info! I appreciate the feedback. I will check those links out and talk to my local group at our next meeting too to see if there is a local guy.
  9. Does anyone know if I can have the action worked on an 1860 Henry or a mid 90s Rossi 92? Just curious. I know most speed demons use 73s and 66s. Thanks
  10. Hey Jabez, thanks! I like them shiny and I like them not shiny! I really like the charcoal blued ones but thems is hard to come by!! The grips not only look nice but the feel great too.
  11. So I think I figured this photo thing out! This is the current stable, looking for a friend for the 5 1/2! [/url]">http://http://s347.photobucket.com/user/madhat222/media/IMG_20170107_182714_zpsvumq2duh.jpg.html'>
  12. Thanks for the knowledge ... might have to rethink my strategy here! Guess I can always have one nickel plated, or hold out for another USFA. or Just go with the blued Casehardened combo like the lil guy is now!
  13. Hey OK, thanks for the info! You'll love the USFAs. I have custom stag grips on both of mine and they are great shooters! I am a fan of the 5 1/2s so I will have to see what I can find.
  14. Now that is a lot of info! Gives me a bunch of creative licensing! Thank you.
  15. So most of what I am seeing on Colt clones all have the transverse cylinder pin. My USFAs are black powder frames with the set screw which I like better, Just looks cleaner!
  16. Thanks for the info and feedback ... besides historical curiosity I was thinking about character and costuming for upcoming shoots.
  17. Was wondering if anyone could educate me or at least lead me in the right direction. I am trying to get info on Cavalry scouts during the Indian Wars. The non native scouts. Were they civilians or army personnel? Did they have specific uniform and equipment regulations? Thanks
  18. Hey Bob, that suggestion has come up but I really do not want to mess with the lil guy. Really Looking for another piece to add to the family, just looking for a good but affordable addition and seeing what everyone else uses. Thanks
  19. Thanks Johnny, I'll have to try and figure that out. I like your open tops! I do have a set of Navy conversion but I haven't used them in a shoot yet.
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