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Old 10-02-2012, 10:23 PM   #321
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Lipsey Ruger .45 Colt and .45 Combo one of 500 issued

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Lipsey Ruger .45

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Ruger Vaquero. The latest edition to my collection.

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These are the 3 I have at the moment.
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I low that model 34-1. Beautiful.

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Thank you, that is the family gun. Bought in I believe '72 by my grandpa. It has been a 21st bday gift for my dad an I. I think I am going to have to break the cycle and make my son wait until I die. From my cold dead hands lol

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Western Marshall model mfg. by J.P. Sauer& Sohn in western Germany. The caliber is .357 Mag.

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Western Marshall model mfg. by J.P. Sauer& Sohn in western Germany. The caliber is .357 Mag.
I'm lovein that! I had two some yrs back - one 22lr & a 357 - Both wud shoot with any single action "cowboy" gun at 3 times the price
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I'm lovein that! I had two some yrs back - one 22lr & a 357 - Both wud shoot with any single action "cowboy" gun at 3 times the price
You don't know how much I like hearing than. Been afraid I made a mistake buying a gun I knew nothing about. But it felt so smooth I had to have it. He was asking 325 but I got it for 280 probably was 60 when new, just guessing at that
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You don't know how much I like hearing than. Been afraid I made a mistake buying a gun I knew nothing about. But it felt so smooth I had to have it. He was asking 325 but I got it for 280 probably was 60 when new, just guessing at that
Not all that far from wrong but a SKS used to cost $69.95
You did good, hang on to it- Wish I still had mine
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