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Ruger Old Army's what do you guys/gals think ?

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As I can not figure out how to post a picture to the wire I attached a link to my imgur profile with a picture of one of the Ruger Old Army revolvers that Snake Oil George just finished. I wanted to post this to get some thoughts on it and see what you guys/gals think of them ? I personally love the look of them !!

http://stockstillbrad1326.imgur.com/all/

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Went to the link & got

 

 

Welcome to stockstillbrad1326's profile!

Unfortunately, there's nothing to see here.

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Ok for whatever reason I cant figure this out I'm going to post a link to our Facebook page and see if that works. sorry guys I'm not super smart about posting pictures on the wire

https://www.facebook.com/thegunshopoklahoma/

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They are really nice looking, but for me I reckon I'd just go normal full SS. But then again I am boring.

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I prefer the blue ones of the shinny ones myself

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Waste of a perfectly good OA. (Nice work tho)

Al

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with apologies to The Dirty Dozen: "Very pretty Colonel, very pretty, but can they [shoot]?"

 

cr

they can if the shooter is capable

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Look unlike any historically correct C&B revolver I have ever seen. Don't believe they're legal for NCOWS! :P

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Always did like engine turning.
Exquisite attention to detail, this is craftsman's grade work!

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Nice work but not appealing to me. Too overboard for a C&B.

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Come on guys!! You're acting like someone is messing up a valued antique or something.

It's a Ruger. It never was nor never will be "historically correct".

It's a 36 caliber percussion revolver.

I wish I had the coin to do a version of that (some changes) on my ROAs, which have the Belt Mountain quick change base pins in them and Woolf springs.

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PLUS ONE to Noz!!!

I like anything with an Octagonal Barrel. That ROA is awesome.

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Not even a cap gun shooter but I can appreciate beauty of form, & Ruger function. :D C.W. :FlagAm:

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That's a pretty nice looking ROA.

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I have to admit that I always thought that engine turning looked like something more appropriate for the dash of a '63 Impala SS, not an old west revolver.

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I have to admit that I always thought that engine turning looked like something more appropriate for the dash of a '63 Impala SS, not an old west revolver.

Well send me the dash out of your '63 Impala SS and we would be happy to jewel if for you !! :D

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You just don't get an offer like that every day !!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Thanks every one for the feed back !! we were just wondering what everyone thought of them maybe for some future projects

 

As you probably suspected, some liked them, some not. To each their own. Personally, I LOVE them!

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WEEEEE-YU, I love em.

 

Snake Oil George and Creek County Kid do excellent work. I still love my .32 Rugers with Octagon barrels.

 

 

..........Widder

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Depending on how much I like shooting the 5 1/2's vs the 7 1/2's, I may want to send my 7 1/2's to you at some point. I love the contrast. Please bring to landrun. I'll be interested in seeing it in person. Good work, imho.

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Blue Mesa shoots a pair of 36 cal ROAs that these boys did. Very nice.

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Brad ... they sure look good y'all put some fine craftsmanship into those. Good talking with you the other day.

 

...crosscut hardy

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Thanksl Crosscut and it was good talking to you too !! Look foward to maybe getting to shoot with you sometime this year !!

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