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Old 11-20-2012, 10:19 PM   #11
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Now .... I am officially a moron. I made a mistake in calling the one I bought a Cimarron model P. Granted, both the 45LCs were Cimarron model Ps. Until I looked closer, I had assumed this was as well.

It's actually this: Armi San Marcos New Dakota 357

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Nice buy. Great looking 6 shooter.

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Had a couple of then in nickle - very nice shooters
Wish I could find one in nickel! Looks like those are long gone. Not even a birds head in a case hardened finish.
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Nice buy. Great looking 6 shooter.
Thank you! I'm liking it. Hoping it shoots as good as it looks.
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Wish I could find one in nickel! Looks like those are long gone. Not even a birds head in a case hardened finish.
Took me a full year to find the second one-- never found a third--
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Here is an Uberti Cattleman I picked up today,

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Here is an Uberti Cattleman I picked up today,
Sweet. What did ya have to give for it, if you don't mind me askin'?
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A grand total of $325.00 New in the box.

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A grand total of $325.00 New in the box.
Dang nice. Beat my deal all to hell. I had to pay tax; and it may look like new, but it isn't.
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Wish I could find one in nickel! Looks like those are long gone. Not even a birds head in a case hardened finish.
Found a pic of the last one i had-

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