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Fixed sight ROA's are even less common than honest politicians.

I have four stainless 7 1/2" fixed sight models, all in VG condition. I'll pick out the best one, $1000, shipped & insured.

 

As I understand California law, if a black powder revolver isn't an original or replica of an original, it has to go through an FFL.

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Arms Mart at Independence Missouri had a stainless one last week

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5 hours ago, Three Foot Johnson said:

Fixed sight ROA's are even less common than honest politicians.

I have four stainless 7 1/2" fixed sight models, all in VG condition. I'll pick out the best one, $1000, shipped & insured.

 

As I understand California law, if a black powder revolver isn't an original or replica of an original, it has to go through an FFL.

ROAs don’t have to go through FFL’s.

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This is on the Muzzleloaders forum.

I have no dog in this hunt.

 

FOR SALE - NIB 7.5 Stainless Old Army w/fixed sights. | Page 2 | The Muzzleloading Forum

 

I wish you the best.

Brazos

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WOW, judging by the PM's I've received, $1000 is "under the money". :blink: 

There was a "parts kit" - all the parts, with a ramp front sight on the barrel, and no frame, that sold for $670, shipped, about three weeks ago on Gunbroker. :blink: :blink:

 

PD, you're next in line if Moe declines or doesn't respond one way or the other.

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slick them up with a great gunsmith and put on new gripes  - just increases the price.

...and a year later,  they go so much FASTER !

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Three Foot I have one blued with brass grip frame (won't letter).  It was a an early SASS gunsmith's (by the name of Snake) personal gun and it would take $2500, so yes you are under priced.  

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