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  1. SOLD! Thanks for your interest. Jimmy Spurs 18” Taylor Trapper 1873 rifle purchased for my wife, which she shot for 1 ½ years. The stock is cut 2 inches & is perfect for a female or younger shooter. It's a 357/38. It has some cart dings on the right side stock, but is perfect otherwise. We paid $2,150, plus shipping & all the other stuff. We’ll sell it for $1,600, reduced due to the cart dings on the right side. It has a Sure-Hit medium sight over a Marbles sight. I’ll have it with me at the Georgia State shoot, & EOT if I still have it by then. Or, I'll ship from my FFL to yours in the CONUS at my cost. Blackhawk Henry normally shoots a Marlin. After our monthly match at Cherokee Cowboys this weekend he picked it up & shot 10 bullets in 2.45 seconds. He could go much faster with a couple of runs, but I think that shows it can run as fast as just about anyone can run it.
  2. I'd like some advice. I am interested in buying a lever action rifle and single action revolver (ideally in the same caliber, but not required). I'm a Marine and have a lot of experience with semi-automatics, but little experience with revolvers or lever action rifles. I primarily want them for novelty and fun shooting, which makes me think I should get a pistol caliber such as 357 or 45 LC 1873 or 1892 Winchester. I have no experience with these types of guns, so I don't know what else they are well suited for besides Cowboy Action Shooting, which I'd enjoy getting into someday. So essentially I'm wondering (to figure out which brand/caliber would be best): 1. Which is better between the 1873 and 1892? I've heard that the 1873 has a smoother action, and the 1892 has a stronger action (Although I admit I don't really understand what that means). 2. If I want to use the rifle for hunting, would the 30-30 caliber 1894 be better? 3. For the 1892, is the Chiappa Alaskan Takedown better or worse than the Winchester? 4. Rifle vs carbine vs musket argument? (Picture of musket attached) 5. For the pistol, which is better between Ruger Vaquero and Uberti? Or is there a better one than those? 6. Do Cowboy Action Shooters shoot a lower caliber so they can shoot faster and more accurately? (Such as using a 357 pistol with 38 special rounds in it). Or do they typically go 45 LC or 44-40 for authenticity?
  3. I am looking for parts for a Rossi 92 stainless steel 357/38 rifle. I recently purchased this rifle for my wife and it seems to have a bad loading gate, spring and carrier. Looking for any and all parts in stainless steel. Any and all help is appreciated, God bless, Lefty
  4. I am selling 2 Uberti 7 1/2 pistols. One is a Cimarron 1875 Army outlaw and one Stoeger Cattleman model 4465. I am asking 400 for each or both for 650 plus shipping from my FFL to your FFL. both are only about a month old.
  5. ***** SOLD ***** Up for sale is a pair of Uberti 1873 Cattleman revolvers in 38/357, 4 3/4” barrels, birdshead grips. I ordered these last year from Taylors & Company, and opted for their in-house tune on each. They’re smooth and crisp, though one had to be sent back for some minor machining to correct a slight out-of-spec issue with clearance between the frame and the back of the cylinder. I put 50 rounds through that one before, and 50 rounds after, and it works just fine. 100 rounds through the other with no issues. Only .38 Special cowboy loads have been put through them, so excellent condition and shoot very nicely. I’m selling only because I decided I prefer top-break revolvers for CAS. Here’s a link with more info (No. 703CDE):http://www.taylorsfirearms.com/hand...tion-revolver-series/birdshead-cattleman.htmlMy price is $1075 shipped CONUS for the pair FFL to FFL. I’m in Tulsa, OK if local folks want to buy for $75 less FTF. No trades, and PM with questions. Thanks for looking!
  6. Good afternoon to you fine Ladies and Gentleman, My wife and I are just getting into the Cowboy Action Shooting and are looking for some shooting irons. Looking to buy just about everything. 38/357 Pistols, rifles, 12 guage shotguns and etc. Also looking for any advice for the rookies on do’s and don’ts. Thanks,

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