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Old 01-19-2011, 04:25 AM   #1
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howdy i own a ruger new vaquero and a smith and wesson model 19-6 and im looking to trade for a colt 45 any idea whom i may be able to contact for this trade

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Old 01-19-2011, 04:38 AM   #2
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Your local gun store might trade with you.

Why do you want to trade? Are you talking .45 APC or .45 Long Colt? What are the Vaquero and S&W chambered for?

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The Model 19 is a .357 and it's a sweet revolver.

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Would you stop by our "Introductions" area?

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im looking for 45 long colt and both vaquero and s&w are chambered in .357 mag

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I'd keep that Vaquero, despite historical accuracy it's stronger & safer than a Colt sixgun.

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thanks for all the information ive decided to keep the vaquero and trade in the 19 for a mateba auto revolver

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