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Stillwater Casey

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    Southwest Wyoming
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    Antique & obscure firearms. Fictional book writing. Pre-1900 American lifestyle.

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  1. Alright, thanks for the advice. Sadly I’m nowhere near Indiana, but I would like to spend time around some similarly interested folk. Is a SASS membership required to attend?
  2. There are so many current running auctions for the appropriate price range now that I can’t find them, two were on gunbroker and the other was some other site. Looking back on it I bet it had to do with the scarcity of all guns and people panic buying so many at the times I looked them up. I’ll definitely adjust my post for it’s current and correct value though.
  3. Hmm, that makes me wonder why the last 3 I saw sold in auctions went for much more than that. If I recall correctly, I noticed three Rodeo versions sold in the past couple months, one went for ~$2,800, one for ~$2,300, and one closer to your estimate for ~$1,500. The more expensive two were in brand new condition with an extra cylinder too though.
  4. Alright, will do as soon as I figure out how. Thanks for the advice.
  5. Hi, I am new to this site so I apologize if this is the wrong place to post this, if it is correction would be appreciated. I am looking to join SASS but am waiting until I have all the necessary guns, which brings me to my query: I have a 1873 Colt SAA clone produced by USFA, which I purchased (already used) because although it wasn’t what I wanted, I noticed the Hammer pull was exceedingly smooth and crisp, locking the hammer completely in place the moment you hear the 4th click and the cylinder has almost no play side to side when locked up, which was a little above average compared t
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