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Old 11-14-2010, 10:32 AM   #21
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Well the era is correct but with less than 9000 being made i would imagine they are quite expensive, but you could consider getting a Schofield .45.
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Or another gun from the era is the Volcanic pistol

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Its an odd little repeating pistol in either .41 cal or .31 cal.

The schofield is circa 1875 i believe and the volcanic pistol is around 1850's if i remember correctly. Both are around the time of your rifle and both have the "wild west" thing going on.

stealth edit: I didnt realise someone had already suggested the schofield... im leaving the picture though cause its purdy

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Old 11-14-2010, 12:57 PM   #22
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I would go on the hunt for a Smith Frontier DA Revolver. That would have been the cats ass then. YOu ahve the COlt model 1878 DA 44-40 or the Smith 44-40 DA.

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I repeat my vote for an 1875 Remington. They just look cool. But I would imagine the Colt's would be easiest to obtain.
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Acquiring a period correct matching pistol will definately cost you too much time and money. Way too much mental anguish there. The solution to your conundrum is to simply give me that old worn out rifle and let me worry about finding its mate. You can then be free to worry about other minor things like how to accessorize your latest 1911!

Just PM me, and I'll send you my ship-to address!
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