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I have a well used 1866 American Arms Winchester made by Uberti in 38 Special. It is hand engraved by the late Frank Leman. It has a Super Short Stroke kit from Pioneer gun works as well as springs from Slix Springs. Been a great rifle and still works well, just time for me to move on to a '73. The finish is worn and the stock is too, it's been a shooting gun not a safe queen. I'd like to get $1200 for it but am open to reasonable offers. PM me or email direct to [email protected]
Mojo Rising posted a topic in SASS Wire ClassifiedsWTS: Rossi 92, Springfield 511 SxS shotgun and set of 1875 5.5 army outlaws pistols My wife’s stainless steel 92 Rossi rifle. It 20” round barrel. It shoots 38/357 mag rounds. Hold 10 +1. It has a Johnny Meadows action job and recently replaced the loading gate, spring and carrier assembly and it comes with another set in blued. My wife used it several matches. It is smooth and light. Asking $700.00 or best offer + shipping to your FFL. Selling a Savage arms Springfield Model 511 side by side 12 gauge shotgun. The safety have been removed and both firing pins have been replaced. The barrels have been cut down to 20” and blued. The barrels have been smoothed. It has only been shot about 20 times. Bought it new about 3 months ago. Asking $400 or best offer + shipping to your FFL. Selling a set of 1875 Army Outlaw pistols in 38/357 in the box. They are 5.5 with white eagle grips. They are very smooth and accurate. I have never had an issue with them. I have shot about 8 matches with them. Asking $700 or best offer + shipping to your FFL . Will sell everything for $1,500.00 or best offer + shipping to your FFL. Thanks for looking and God bless. Mojo Rising SASS #106938
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,