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Attached are photos of the 97 Solid Frame. The forearm is a 3 Screw but it is solid with no cracks. The stock has been cut and mismatched recoil pad and lace on pad have been put on. Length of pull with recoil pad 13 1/2'", without 12 1/2". The cutting of the stock was done very well, the recoil pad & slip on pad, not so much. :huh:/>/> Large bead installed on barrel. Barrel cut to 19 3/8", Serial number is 160XXX putting manufacture date at the very end of 1901.

 

The action has been worked on by Cowboys and Indiana during the 25 Anniversary End of Trail. I bought it about 3 months after that and used it for about 2 months. That winter I bought a Coyote Cap 87 and have been using that ever since and this gun has been in the safe.

 

The carrier looks to be a relatively recent replacement as it has a lot of blue and very little wear. The left extractor is supposed to be from C&I. Gun locks up very tight with little or no play. I will try and answer any other questions you might have.

 

Price is $350.00 plus insurance and shipping of your choice. USPS should be about $30.00.

 

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I'll take it. Email sent.

 

Attached are photos of the 97 Solid Frame. The forearm is a 3 Screw but it is solid with no cracks. The stock has been cut and mismatched recoil pad and lace on pad have been put on. Length of pull with recoil pad 13 1/2'", without 12 1/2". The cutting of the stock was done very well, the recoil pad & slip on pad, not so much. :huh:/>/> Large bead installed on barrel. Barrel cut to 19 3/8", Serial number is 160XXX putting manufacture date at the very end of 1901.

 

The action has been worked on by Cowboys and Indiana during the 25 Anniversary End of Trail. I bought it about 3 months after that and used it for about 2 months. That winter I bought a Coyote Cap 87 and have been using that ever since and this gun has been in the safe.

 

The carrier looks to be a relatively recent replacement as it has a lot of blue and very little wear. The left extractor is supposed to be from C&I. Gun locks up very tight with little or no play. I will try and answer any other questions you might have.

 

Price is $350.00 plus insurance and shipping of your choice. USPS should be about $30.00.

 

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1324/13562594/24271075/405221103.jpg

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1324/13562594/24271075/405221102.jpg

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1324/13562594/24271075/405221100.jpg

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1324/13562594/24271075/405221098.jpg

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1324/13562594/24271075/405221096.jpg

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1324/13562594/24271075/405221094.jpg

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1324/13562594/24271075/405221092.jpg

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If your banking on Ace, better skip to 4th in line if you want to get paid. How's that bolt working Ace?

 

Captain Clark first let me apologize for forgetting about the bolt and payment. The last PM which I sent to you in late November 2012 was "Captain Clark where and what type of payment would you like? The 20.00 plus shipping is fine. Ace" I have not received any PM's from you on my end since that date. I know you have had some PM and phone discussions with my son over this past weekend about the situation. My son has provided me with your name and address and I will be putting my personal check in the mail today. Ace

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