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Old 06-30-2013, 02:24 PM   #41
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Nice album cover towboater. A little off topic...But ZZ Top stayed at my hotel a few years back. Fun bunch of guys.

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Old 06-30-2013, 04:57 PM   #43
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Nice album cover towboater. A little off topic...But ZZ Top stayed at my hotel a few years back. Fun bunch of guys.
I love ZZ TOP! Although they are one of the biggest oxymorons in rock'n'roll.
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Haven't posted for a while so here goes. The first one is an early Ruger Bisley Vaquero 45lc...the last two are a Navy Arms 45lc and a Virginian Dragoon 357..both from the seventies. Regards Dick

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Great looking 6 shooters.

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Haven't posted for a while so here goes. The first one is an early Ruger Bisley Vaquero 45lc...the last two are a Navy Arms 45lc and a Virginian Dragoon 357..both from the seventies. Regards Dick
Please describe the bottom sixgun in you post.
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Here are some of my SA buddies. Not the best collection around, but they are fun to shoot.

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Old 07-18-2013, 12:25 AM   #48
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I picked up a Chiappa 1873 .22WMR/.22lr a couple weeks ago...



Hate the plastic grips...anyone know where I can get some nice oversized wood or rubber Colt grips??

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Oh my.
Very nice.
I love my Vaqueros,
my Single Six.
If I ever find my camera will post photos.
Last year a friend gave me a Colt S A A in 32-20, or ??
Anyway I gave it back.
The S N had been ground off.
someone had try to customize it,
and ruined it.
Would like to find that person and customize his hands with a ball peen hammer.
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Sorry that I do not own one, so I can see how the grip is configured when it comes to its fit and finish to the grip frame. I think I would start looking at the after market of grips made by HERTERS. I will keep thinking about and looking around for you, and will let you know if I find any more info for you.

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