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  1. Found some and no longer will need any.
  2. I've been asked barrel length and when made - Here is that info: #1 Jager Mod. Dakota in .44-40 with 7" barrel manufactured in 1979 #2 Jager Mod. 1873 in .44-40 with 7" barrel manufactured in 1981
  3. This is my last price drop - $700 + shipping via USPS cost
  4. I did find some plastic 24 gage shells that I'll use to load .600 round balls. I've heard that a round ball is more accurate a 100 yards than a conical bullet - in a Snider I'd still like to find some brass ones.
  5. Yes they will be for a .577 Snider Enfield
  6. I need some 24 gauge brass shotgun shells.
  7. I am the seller of both but the one with a stock has been sold.
  8. Yes, it is set for a shoulder stock and you can see one here: 1860 Colt Army with shoulder stock
  9. This is a 2nd Gen 1860 Colt Army model F-1200 Revolver that's never been fired, just laying around for almost 40 years.As seen in the photos, it does have a couple of handling marks on the grip but, other than that, looks new.Sold Pending FundsI'm looking for a Snider EnfieldIf you have one for sale then maybe we can work out a deal.
  10. 1860 Colt Army and Stock manufactured by Armi San Paolo, Brescia, Italy in 1977The pistol and stock are in very good condition as shown in the photos.SOLD I'm looking for a Brown Bess, Colt Texas Paterson, and a Rogers & Spencer.If you have one for sale then maybe we can work out a deal.
  11. CVA 1860 Colt Army, made by Pietta in 1985, in near to like new condition as shown in the photos.$300 shipped via priority mail SOLD
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