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Old 12-01-2010, 03:23 AM   #21
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Oh my goodness fellows these Revolvers in here are absolutely beautiful!!! I am drooling.
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Oh my goodness fellows these Revolvers in here are absolutely beautiful!!! I am drooling.
I thought that was just how you were.....

Have you decided on what you're getting yet?
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I am like that!!! I have not made a choice yet but this is helping. I really like ALL of them but I know Santa won't bring me all of them so I need to decide!!
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Ok guys here are mine submitted for your review and approval....and envy.

Top - Uberti Hombre in 357

Middle - Ruger Vaquero in 357

Bottom - Uberti Cattleman in 357
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Old 12-02-2010, 03:34 AM   #26
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Yes Dzscubie I envy. Those are very very nice!!!
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I think I've posted these elsewhere on this forum...but since this is the official SA thread, what the heck!
I've got a pair of 10.5" Super Blackhawks. One's unfired & the other one gets fired every time I head to the range. You can probably figure out which one doesn't get shot...



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The other two SA's I currently have are a pair of United Sporting Arms Seville Silhouette guns with 10" barrels.
This one is a .375 U.S.A. (SuperMag) & is a blast to shoot!


This one is a .454 magnum (Casull) 1-of-5 IHMSA marked guns made in this caliber.


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Hey charger, beautiful guns. Now, how about a little info on the piston and connecting rod?
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A few years ago, I had the opportunity to help wrench on a friend's funny car. The piston & rod pictured were damaged when the engine sucked a valve one day (in a different cylinder)...but it looks nice, so I kept it for a conversation piece. The engine was a Keith Black HEMI engine that ran on alcohol.
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