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Old 07-19-2013, 12:22 AM   #51
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Please describe the bottom sixgun in you post.
Sorry about the late post. The last pic is my Interarms Virginian Dragoon. A quick Google search will give you some great info. What made this such a sweet deal is that it came with the Sambar stags plus some pachmayr presentation and the stock wood grips. They came in 44mag and 45lc I believe.Lgs took it in on trade and the shop owner turned a quick profit and sold it to me for $300. Right place at the right time. A very nice shooter. Regards Dick
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Thank you. That sure be a fine looking sixgun.

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Sorry about the late post. The last pic is my Interarms Virginian Dragoon. A quick Google search will give you some great info. What made this such a sweet deal is that it came with the Sambar stags plus some pachmayr presentation and the stock wood grips. They came in 44mag and 45lc I believe.Lgs took it in on trade and the shop owner turned a quick profit and sold it to me for $300. Right place at the right time. A very nice shooter. Regards Dick
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My Ruger 5 1/2" barrell .45 LC. I feel bad, there are so many beautiful guns here, and I only have one. I need to get to work!

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My Ruger 5 1/2" barrell .45 LC. I feel bad, there are so many beautiful guns here, and I only have one. I need to get to work!
We use a pair of single action revolvers in cowboy action shooting. The only thing more fun than looking at single action revolvers is "ringing steel" with them!

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To those of you that posted the color case hardened revolvers.

The only thing that can match the beauty of color cased hardening, is another color case hardened receiver.

They are beautiful.

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To those of you that posted the color case hardened revolvers.

The only thing that can match the beauty of color cased hardening, is another color case hardened receiver.

They are beautiful.
I agree. Truly art
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Wow, the revolvers in this thread are so nice, I went back through it twice....

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Ok, I'll show off too:
The Blackhawk Bisley pic represents both a .357 & .45 Colt.
A .44 Mag Bisley Vaquero and the Vaquero Stainless .357

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