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Old 05-23-2010, 01:42 AM   #11
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Those guns look just fine! You made out well.

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Sure, but which one do you shoot better? I'd keep 'em around for a while and see if one of them has that little bit of magic in it that is rarely found, but invaluable. You never know where it may be hiding. . .
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Old 05-25-2010, 05:05 PM   #12
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I know a fella up in Atlanta that is really into cowboy action shooting and he says it's the most fun you can have with your clothes on. When I lived up in Bluefield WV, our local weatherman on TV was a champion at this stuff. Even though I've owned MANY handguns, I've never even fired a SA cowboy type revolver - probably should...

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Go really old school. Convert the Uberti to .38-40 or .44-40 or maybe even .44 Special.....
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Here they are the new additions to Glass’s and my family. Both are really nice but hope I can find a couple of 45 LC’s to take their place.
The Ruger is a Bisley Vaquero, it has the lower wider hammer spur and the grip curve down to around 90 degrees from the sight line.

The hammer is similar to what Ruger are putting out now on their SASS New Vaquero's, they sell them as a consecutive numbered pair



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