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CAS City Classifieds / Uberti 1866 Yellow boy. 38spl for sale.
« Last post by marko on Today at 12:54:49 PM »
I am selling my Uberti 1866 Yellow boy in 38spl octagonal barrel, less then 100 rounds fired and in excellent condition slight patina on brass. I replaced the front sight and rear site with a ladder site, I have both original sites. Beautiful wood and a finely made sporting rifle..... Ships to lower 48 only no sales to California, shipping from NC make sure your FFL will except from me with my Drivers license. Buyer pays actual shipping to your location, I am in NC. First I'll take it with a PM get the rifle pay pal ff or USPS check. $900 + shipping.

email me for pictures for some reason they are not showing up here?   marko65@gmail.com
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Thanks for the update:
All-in price seems low, for the condition.
Pictures are very nice, though.
Thanks.
El Supremo/Kevin Tinny
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The Winchester Model 1876 / Re: I really need a 1876 mag tube?
« Last post by yahoody on Today at 11:47:53 AM »
$20 was shipping.  But still they aint giving them away :)   Closer today than yesterday.  Thanks again Dusty.



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The Winchester Model 1876 / Re: I really need a 1876 mag tube?
« Last post by dusty texian on Today at 11:23:32 AM »
Dang that tubing has went up , its been a few yrs. since i bought some . Back then it was around 30 bucks for six ft. Sounds like a nice project . I look forward to seeing it done . Good luck Amigo .,,,,,DT
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Cas City Historical Society / Re: Christmas Leftovers
« Last post by Tascosa Joe on Today at 11:23:09 AM »
Very nice.
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The above mentioned shotgun just sold for $ 1278,- including the 20% hammer-fee.
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The Winchester Model 1876 / Re: I really need a 1876 mag tube?
« Last post by yahoody on Today at 10:01:39 AM »
Thanks Dusty, will do.  Finally got a mag button made up for my short tube.  Hopefully I have copied what you have done previous.  Changed the barrel out to a 24", 45-60 while I was at it. Looking forward to getting it all back together.  Just short the tube.

$100 for a 3' section delivered to my door.  Tube on the way!  Thanks much!
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The Longbranch / Re: Lever rifles back in the day, rifle vs. carbine
« Last post by St. George on Today at 09:42:54 AM »
Likely the big reason was that with a rifle - they could hit things regularly - with a carbine, that could drop off.

Not all were a Louis L'Amour character who could hit things with a Single Action Army at 200 yards in fading light and moving away - but then, no one was.

The rifle was a tool - like the long-barrelled shotgun was - it was depended on to bring home meat.

The carbine was more convenient for a riding man.

By the time the Silver Screen got up and running, more carbines showed up in saddle scabbards - in the movies, rifles were at the home place or in the chuck wagon - so the carbine became the go-to sidearm that folks wanted to believe in because they were what was seen - and 'everybody' knew that Hollywood was an accurate portrayal of the times.

Scouts Out!
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Tall Tales / Re: May flowers bring coffee, tea and grub
« Last post by Charlie Bowdre on Today at 09:39:46 AM »
Morning
Beautiful day here in Calgary
Coffee and a fresh Blueberry muffin ingested  ;D
All is good
Charlie
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Tall Tales / Re: May flowers bring coffee, tea and grub
« Last post by Silver Creek Slim on Today at 07:27:18 AM »
Morning y'all.
Coffee and tea are ready.

'Tis 56 and sunny. High of 71.

Slim
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