Cowboy Guns Picture

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  1. Texas Colt

    Texas Colt Member

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    I just thought I'd share a picture I took today of my Winchester Trapper (44 magnum) and Colt Cowboy (45 Colt). I wanted to capture an "Old West" look.

    Anybody else have pictures of cowboy guns to share?
     

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  2. TIMC

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    Nice pic!
    Here are a couple of mine
    Colt peacemaker made about 1905
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    Ruger Vaquero's, Puma rifle, Huglu shotgun
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  3. Seancass

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    texas colt: do you have a color version of that?
     
  4. Texas Colt

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    Sure do. The black and white version was created from the color original in Microsoft Phot Editor.
     

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  5. kjeff50cal

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    I could not resist......

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  6. TYY

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    Nor Could I

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    Not a good me set up, but here's mine:
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  8. Outlaws

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  9. Texas Colt

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    Nice pics guys.

    kjeff and TTY - you guys made the original picture look even more authentic... Although I have to say that the earliest date you could realistically put on it would be 1894 since the Winchester is a model 1894.
     
  10. Texas Colt

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    Outlaws, the picture looks great! I look forward to seeing it on your website.
     
  11. CNYCacher

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    :what: :what: OMG!!!
    What caliber for giant mutant frogs! :what: :eek: :eek:



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  12. Seancass

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    .45 outa do. just gotta kill em on the first shot or they'll jump miles away.
     
  13. ZeSpectre

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    Can't find my pistol pictures

    Here's my Rossi 92 SRC. You just don't want to know what it looked like when I got it <ugh>.

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  14. Brad Johnson

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    Outstanding pics, all!

    My contribution, courtesy of my father's guncase...


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  15. dtalley

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    First picture is a Rossi Mod. 92 in .45colt, Norinco Mod. 97 12ga. and Ruger Vaquero in .45colt

    Second picture are .45colt Vaquero's
     

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    Ruger Vaquero 7.5 inch glossy stainless in .44 Mag w/Eagle 'gunfighter' buffalo horn grips, Marlin 1895 CB in .45/70 with Lyman tang sight, Winchester Model 24 12 ga. Bagwell "Plainsman" Bowie from Ontario knives, 1860 pattern cross draw and cartridge belt from Trailrider Products.
     

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  17. ScottsGT

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    Hehehe...
    That's my drinking buddy! As long as I give him a beer every now and then, he won't attack!
     
  18. CNYCacher

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    :D Nice.

    Forgot to mention, that is an absolutely beautiful gun!
     
  19. ScottsGT

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    Thanks! It's .45LC. My kids call it "Daddys Bling" and they tell me I need to get a brass grill to wear when I go shooting, and I also need to hold it sideways too. I wonder if "Birdman" makes the homey sights for rifles?:D
     
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