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 51 
 on: Yesterday at 01:30:16 pm 
Started by John Barleycorn - Last post by John Barleycorn
Winchester 73 Sporter Case Hardened 1873 45 Colt

For sale is a factory new Winchester model 73 Sporter 24" full octagon barrel. Vivid case hardened receiver, grade II/III walnut stock Picture #1 is a stock photograph.

$1295 plus $45 shipping
$55 for West Coast, AK and HI

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 52 
 on: Yesterday at 01:25:04 pm 
Started by John Barleycorn - Last post by John Barleycorn
Pair USFA Rodeo II By Long Hunter 38 Spl RARE Classic Single Action Grips by Joe Perkins Walnut

For sale is an extremely hard to find pair of consecutively numbered, competition ready, USFA Rodeo II single action revolvers. Chambered in 38 Special, 4 3/4" barrels, Satin Nickel finish, and custom made one piece european Walnut grips by Joe Perkins, of Classic Single actions grips (formerly known as Outlaw Grips)these are his thin "Competition Grips" and sell for $170 for one set. your getting two sets, plus the factory original simulated burl wood grips, a $340 value. Action work by world famous Cowboy Action Gunsmith Jim Finch, aka Long Hunter. This pair is as smooth as silk and ready to race. Ships in original boxes, with manuals.

$3185 plus $45 for shipping
$55 for West Coast, AK and HI

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 53 
 on: Yesterday at 01:18:13 pm 
Started by John Barleycorn - Last post by John Barleycorn
Pair USFA Rodeo II By Long Hunter 38 Spl RARE SASS Ready $2985

For sale is an extremely hard to find pair of competition ready USFA Rodeo II single action revolvers, 5 1/2" barrels, chambered in 38 Special, with a satin Nickel finish, and simulated burl wood grips. Action work by world famous Cowboy Action Gunsmith Jim Finch, aka Long Hunter. These revolvers are as smooth as silk and ready to race. Ships in original boxes, with original springs.

$2985 plus $45 shipping
$55 shipping for West Coast, AK and HI

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 54 
 on: Yesterday at 01:07:02 pm 
Started by Tuolumne Lawman - Last post by Tuolumne Lawman
Hey Major,

Does having a .44-40 Henry and a .44-40 1866 qualify for  MHOS?  After all, the 1866 was marketed as "The Improved Henry Rifle!"  I plan on using the 1866 when I shoot my  two.44-40 SAAs (one a Cimarron Thunderer and one an early nickel EMF (ASM) Hartford. I plan on using the Henry when I shoot the Open Top and Schofield.

 55 
 on: Yesterday at 12:46:45 pm 
Started by MJN77 - Last post by 1961MJS
Thanks for the replies. I think Turnbull is likely out of my price range and an original isn't really something I want to beat up with lots of use. I can't seem to find much info on the Chiappa as quality and weather the bugs have been worked out. Like I said, I prefer the "classic" looks of the Chiappa, but I'm leaning toward the 24 inch Mirokuchester at the moment. I had one and it was a really nice rifle even with that stupid safety and rebounding hammer.

Hi

The 1886 I have has a 5 pound trigger pull out of the box, the Chiappa Sharps I have needed work.  I'd buy the Chiappa 1886 again if that helps any.  I'm in Norman OK.

Later

 56 
 on: Yesterday at 12:05:07 pm 
Started by Tuolumne Lawman - Last post by Major 2
Wool that would make it..

the International Multiple Henry Owners Association

IMHOA       ...so sure why not  Smiley

 57 
 on: Yesterday at 11:56:06 am 
Started by willy - Last post by willy
Thanks for the ideas.

 58 
 on: Yesterday at 11:30:04 am 
Started by willy - Last post by Pettifogger
I would never remove material from the hammer except as a last resort.  I might also not remove material from the trigger.  I would look at the lower tooth of the hand and its relationship to when the bolt drops.  Removing material from the lower tooth of the hand allows the hammer to move back further.

 59 
 on: Yesterday at 11:26:59 am 
Started by willy - Last post by Abilene
Not sure which kind of safety hammer you are talking about.  The type the Cattleman has had for many years with a block below the firing pin, or the new type with retractable firing pin?

Since you mentioned getting a new hand as well, I am guessing you are talking about the old style.  But in either case, I think you need a new trigger to match.

Summary 1: replace old Cattleman hammerblock safety hammer by using standard no-safety hammer, matching pawl, and matching trigger.  I was thinking maybe a new bolt needed as well, but maybe not.  Been a long time since I changed one of these.

Summary 2: replace new Cattleman 2 safety hammer with retractable firing pin by using standard no-safety hammer and matching trigger.

I only know of Summary 2 since a guy on the SASS Wire replaced his by just using a standard hammer and trigger.

Note that the above advice comes under "Opinions" not "Expert Advice" but I'm sure the experts will show up soon and confirm or deny  Smiley

 60 
 on: Yesterday at 11:17:25 am 
Started by willy - Last post by willy
Just got a new UBERTI hammer (without safety)  and correct size pawl to switch out with the old hammer with safety,,Everything fell into place ,
1.safety notch catches
2.bolt drops at half cock
3.bolt snaps back at full cock
4.PROBLEM...Trigger does not catch at full cock,,,New hammer full cock notch is lower than old hammers full cock notch,,
So,,,Do I take down the hammer notch ?$$$$$$$
or ..take down the trigger sear?

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