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Old 11-22-2012, 01:50 PM   #21
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Found a pic of the last one i had-
That looks really really good for a cheap-o plinker!! Really suks that they are all scooped up and no more being made.
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That looks really really good for a cheap-o plinker!! Really suks that they are all scooped up and no more being made.
It really does- It was by far the best lookin of the finsh on them-
Downside is the nickle was a bit---fragile
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It really does- It was by far the best lookin of the finsh on them-
Downside is the nickle was a bit---fragile
Fragile is no good. Sure looked purty though. Guessing I'll just save up a bit and hope to find a birds head Cimarron Thunderer or Thunderstorm for a deal somewhere. Or I could pick up a model P or the like, and convert it with a back strap & grips.
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Fragile is no good. Sure looked purty though. Guessing I'll just save up a bit and hope to find a birds head Cimarron Thunderer or Thunderstorm for a deal somewhere. Or I could pick up a model P or the like, and convert it with a back strap & grips.
The Thunderer is 44/45
Check out a Lightning- Its 38
Not really a birdshead grip but very kool

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The Thunderer is 44/45
Check out a Lightning- Its 38
Not really a birdshead grip but very kool
Ooooh. Now that's what I'm talking about!! I'd love to have another 357 though. Looking like my best bet for that would be the back strap swap on a P.
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Found this one on gunbroker last night. Working out a deal on it as we speak. Either buying it outright or trading for a full CAS cowboy rig plus a little cash. Whichever way; its coming home to me.

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Found this one on gunbroker last night. Working out a deal on it as we speak. Either buying it outright or trading for a full CAS cowboy rig plus a little cash. Whichever way; its coming home to me.
Kool- 357?
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Nice one. I hope its a great shooter.

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Thx guys. Yessir, Hoss. .357 Taylor & Co. Frontier Birdshead.

Should be here by Tuesday!!

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Thx guys. Yessir, Hoss. .357 Taylor & Co. Frontier Birdshead.

Should be here by Tuesday!!
The Taylors i've seen had a EXCELLANT finish
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