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Buntline Dragoon?

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by CAPTIANMILLER, Jan 18, 2011.

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  1. CAPTIANMILLER

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  2. GCBurner

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    It's cut for a shoulder stock, so it would make an interesting revolving rifle. Nobody ever made one like it in the 19th century, that's for sure.
     
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    i bet its heavy as hell too.
     
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    Nice Armi San Marco. They made these back in the '70s. You could get them with shoulder stock and holster; with just the shoulder stock, and in the normal 8 inch barrel with shoulder stock.

    I have an 8 inch barreled one with shoulder stock that I picked up for $375 a couple years ago.

    This one is WAY over priced.

    Just a Historcal note: The Army bought Dragoon pistols in 1858 that were cut for the shoulder stocks and had 3 leaf sights on the 8 inch barrels. Pistols were issued in consecutive serial numbered pairs with both serial numbers on the shoulder stock.
     
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    Very optimistic price on that ASM, nice shape.

    Here's one with stock and holster, it was way, way cheaper.

    asmdragoon02.jpg
     
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