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Old 12-01-2012, 08:04 PM   #31
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Old 12-01-2012, 08:16 PM   #33
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I like revolvers. Classic beauties.

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I don't have any pictures, but I LOVE single action revolvers. I have managed to acquire:
1 Ruger Single Six Convertible, .22lr/WMR, blue, 9.5" barrel
1 Ruger Blackhawk, .41 magnum, blue, 6.5" barrel
1 Colt SAA, .44-40, blue, 7.5" barrel
3 Ruger Super Blackhawk's, .44 magnum, 1 blue w/7.5"barrel, 1 stainless w/ 7.5" barrel, 1 blue w/10.5" bqrrel
3 Ruger large frame Vaquero's, color case hardened & blue, 2 with 4.625" barrels, 1 with 5.5" barrel
3 Ruger Blackhawk's, .45 Colt, 2 blue, 1 stainless, with 7.5" barrels
1 Freedom Arms .454 Casull, stainless, with 7.5" barrel
and 1 piddly Heritage Arms "Texas Ranger", .22lr/WMR convertible, blue, with 6.5" barrel
My favorite? Generally whichever one I am carrying or shooting at the time.
The one I'll never part with? The .41 magnum Blackhawk. It has saved my bacon on several occasions.
Sooo, we need pics!!! Sounds like an awesome collection.
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Ruger Blackhawk 45LC -7.5" barrel. One of my favorites.

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Nice blackhawk. Bet its a pleasure to shoot.

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Sooo, we need pics!!! Sounds like an awesome collection.
I wish I could, but I don't have a way to do it. I don't have my own PC, I use one at work (like now), and am much limited as to what I can do with it.
I'd carry a Vaquero or Blackhawk all the time, but I live in South Carolina, and hardly ever have a justification to wear a jacket or coat, and the Rugers are hard to conceal under a shirt. So I carry a Para Warthog or Stoegar Cougar most of the time.
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Wow, JD and Gunsmoke!!!! Them's some damn fine pistols, glad you posted em! Gotta go now, I just drooled all over my screen....

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I love all SA's, but I've been collecting them for years and am especially fond of the old 1st and 2nd generation Colts. This one was owned by a Texas cowboy who was also a movie extra. This .45LC started out in 1891 and was used in the movie Streets Of Laredo. The ammo on the belt is non firing dummy ammo and there are a couple of 5 in 1 blanks. The rig goes back to the 30's, or 40's. I had to make the belt larger, so to cover the stitch holes I had a pouch added that comes in handy. The spurs have ranch hand made rowels and were made in the late 1890's, or early 1900's. Using Ten-X bp ammo I regularly hit targets out to 80 yards. At 130 years old it's in better shape than I'm in.


Must say I do love those grips. Nice piece. I'm looking for one of that vintage to go with my new 1886 Winchester I just picked up.
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