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Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

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About Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

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  • Birthday 08/03/1955

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    Coconut Creek Florida 33073
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    Anything Shooting, My Family, JImmie Johnson and #48

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    25439 LIFE
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  1. Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

    F/S John Wayne GunBelt

    I’ll take it! And wouldn’t mind if you threw in the 3 45-70 cartridges as well. Email me your address and tell me how u want to be paid. If personnel check is good don’t worry about shipping until it clears, not in a hurry for it. [email protected] George Zebold Nimble Fingers
  2. Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

    WTB small caliber period percussion derringer

    Thank you all I stand corrected! Sorry
  3. Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

    My latest SA, what a Daisy

    Yes and then in 2009-2010, they grabbed all the pieces still in stock and assembled them for sale and when those were gone that was it. Came in the same box with same instructions as originals. Someone had one for sale here on the Wire within sometime this year for the $79 I believe they went for in this final batch. Maybe it was the company that bought the remaining inventory. Not sure, but I think you can find them.
  4. Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

    WTB small caliber period percussion derringer

    I may be confused but the 2 you showed as “percussion” I believe are cartridge derringers. The only percussion derringer you showed is the one you don’t want.
  5. Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

    My latest SA, what a Daisy

    I don’t believe they are made any longer, sad, they need their own “Christmas Story” to be revived. Might get lucky finding one on EBay.
  6. Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

    My latest SA, what a Daisy

    I also had a daisy 94, got when I was thirteen, had a Crossman steel trap and would shoot in the crawl space in my home in Glenview IL. Mom wouldn’t let me out of the house. Had they opportunity to buy 2 of those Daisy “colts” when Daisy put a bunch together a few years back. $80 a piece, gave one to my son and kept one. Then Daisy did a John Wayne rifle and one for all the states. Got the JW for me and a Fl for my son. I haven’t shot either saving them for a grandchild if one comes.
  7. Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

    Red River D belt buckles

    Gentlemen! You all are the best. I will check them all out. I had gone to River and type in the search box and came up empty. Thanks again.
  8. Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

    Red River D belt buckles

    I may not be able to find the one I bought a long time ago and the ones on EBay look stupid! I can’t remember who had the one that looked that exact copies, or I maybe out of luck. Anyone have a source that I can shop at? thanks!
  9. Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

    Start with an 1860 Henry Trapper

    You are correct! Can’t use them in a SASS sanctioned meet, shoot or Tournament. When clubs have a Halloween or Christmas shoot and people dress up in costumes other than cowboy related they are trying to change SASS, they are changing it up for some variety! Revolver Carbines have been manufactured and are for sale and if you were a child in the early sixties and had a Mattel revolver carbine then you might want one now. Thats the most interesting thing about this game, we can get real shootsble toys. So don’t shut down someone looking for more toys to play with outside the game
  10. Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

    Start with an 1860 Henry Trapper

    No one said they were going to “run it” thru a shoot/tournament. Who has run a Mares leg? Maybe once for the novelty, maybe bring and anyone gets a try at it before you tear down the match targets. We were saying that it would be fun to shoot. People deal with the quirkiness of the 1860, not sure how many are as competitive as a short stroke Marlin or 1873 in .38 special, but that doesn’t stop them from shooting them or Uberti and Henry from Making them, does it? You probably wouldn’t have back a Spencer reproduction, only 8 shots, how can you compete? Who cares? Perhaps those shooters take a 2 shot penalty not to hold up the next shooter and love to pretend the Caradine brother in The Tom Selleck movie shooting a Spencer! My mind is on work stuff so my movie facts are fleeting. You are right not competitive, but you are wrong very desirable by some of us. I am always looking for new toys, I am trying to create a Winchester lever collection, and how cool to add a Volcanic firearm even a replica?
  11. Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

    Start with an 1860 Henry Trapper

    Oh I disagree! Not everything is for the game! I haven’t shot at a SASS shoot for almost 2 years, but based on what I read here there haven’t been many shooters using a Mares leg or none as I know using the revolver carbines in either cap n ball or cartridge configuration. And yet they are made for some of us who loved Wanted Dead or Alive or a real life version of the Mattel Shoot n Shell revolver Carbine! I also have thought about it. Requesting a frame as a special order from Uberti and make a Volcanic Pistol out of it! “But why?” If that was the general attitude how few variations would we have now to play with either in the “Game” or outside of it? No sir! Bring it on and I will buy one that looks like the ones in Bill Koch’s collection! And with a real pistol going for $15,000 at the last gun show I saw that can’t shoot to one day in 44-40, 45 or 44 special. I bet you there would be a line. And what if at the monthly matches, not sanctioned, you have a side shoot that allows someone to shoot all the unusual pistols or rifles, offered up by one of the club shooters? How many more guns could we market, sell and buy? I say don’t stop because I am not thru buying!
  12. Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

    DELETE. 1860 Richards Mason C 44LC. >> $ 315. SHIPPED

    Will .44 specials fit too or is that a longer cylinder?
  13. Just need w noticed that I have contacted you about 2 different pistols and have had any success in getting you to answer about the P250 or the North American Revolver. Would be interesting to find out what the deal is. 954-557-8571 if you wouldn’t mind

  14. Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

    The Uberti 1876??

    Really? I have watched the Tom Selleck version more than a few times and thought he was shooting a1886? Or did Lee Marvin in his version use an 1876? I was under the impression that Steve McQueen’s character Tom Horn used a 1876? No arguing just clarifying my memory. Thanks
  15. Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439

    cataract surgery lens options

    Nope, at least for me it was done while I was awake. You are restrained in a gurner so you can’t move and your head is secured as well. A covering with an eye opening is put over you and it is done quickly. I needed a little sedative to get my pressure down so they gave me a little Valium. It seemed forever but was probably minutes and after it was done no discomfort you r back the next day to remove bandage and you can see!
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