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Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Old Fuff, Sep 11, 2012.

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  1. Old Fuff

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    Eye Candy Alert!
    Alright Guys… Listen up to the Old Fuff.

    It’s eye-candy time. Just about every class of classic, antique and military firearms are represented, from before the American Revolution to World War Two. I guarantee that the cowboy action & black powder crowd will swoon. Edged weapons are not neglected, and antique photographs, Indian relics and collector cartridges abound. At the other end of the spectrum tactical fans will find some interesting battle rifles, semi-automatic pistols, and machine guns. Gentlemen hunters among us will find a selection of double-guns (shotguns and rifles) second to none. It is very seldom you get to see a collection of this quality. Forget TV and go see the real thing!


     
  2. BADUNAME30

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    Even before i look i got one thing to say.

    ENABLER !!!
    Ok, i'll go look now.
     
  3. cyclopsshooter

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    Dangit, I just spent my wad on a Smith Pre-18 yesterday.. And a 1903 lastweek along with two P17s...
     
  4. Old Fuff

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    Oh No!!!!! Don't you go look....

    Your mental condition requires professional imput as it is. Should you look at Session I... Well I don't even want to think about it. In both Sessions there are far too many cased-with-accessories Colts and Remingtons. Under no circumstances should you look at the original Walker Colt...

    I fear I have created a monster. :)
     
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    OH my!!!!
    The close ups of the wood on those Winchesters.
    The fine checkering !!
    The worn color case hardening!
    The close ups of the wood on those Winchesters !!!!!

    Oh my !! A 12" Trapper, NOT NFA .:cool:

    #2 SAA :what:
    Bet it goes fer a bit more than the 60k suggested.

    Yeah, right, like i'l get any sleep tonite.

    Now that Custer battle field rusted SAA relic is jist about too cool.
     
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    Yeah, WOW!!!!Some nice examples of Colt 1851s, showing variations I've been interested in . . .
    Thanks for the link!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  8. cyclopsshooter

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    These levers make me wanna cry... The prices make me sob..
     
  9. Old Fuff

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    I understand that the total collection has an estimated value between 15 to 20 million dollars. :what:

    We shall see...

    Anyway, eyeballing is for free. :cool:
     
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    Oh darn!!! Now I suppose you'll be bidding against me. :cuss:
     
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    I like #2069.....
     
  12. Old Fuff

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    What!! You mean that cheap, brass-framed rip-off of a genuine Yankee Colt Navy that some Corn-fed rebels put together?? :evil:
     
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    :)....
     
  15. Old Fuff

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    And not just one, but two of them. :cool:

    For those that might not know, the small pictures you see are thumbnails. Click on one and expands to fill most of the screen.
     
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    Blue Brick said: :) in reply to:

    Now the Old Fuff is is deep trouble. The corn-feds will be after me! :eek:

    I was just kidding guys... Really.... :D
     
  17. YumaKid

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    Well, I got lost for a little while, there......

    Spent quite a bit of time drooling over the leverguns; espencially the "Savage" (made by Marlin) 1895. Then I saw the Remington-Beales Patent NMA and the Remington 1875, and figured that I was several steps closer to heaven.
    And then I saw the two-barrel Diana grade Browning calling to me and I passed out momentarily!




    Were there any other guns there? I didn't notice.....
     
  18. Blue Brick

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    Nah we southerners have very thick skin, but try and remember you do live the south, just on the hot side west of the Mississippi. :)
     
  19. Old Fuff

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    With the mob I see coming, YOU aren't the one who will need the thick skin, I AM!! :D

    I trust you noticed the 2 LeMAT CSA revolvers and original holsters...
     
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    Oh my!
     
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    Now this is the way to learn history!!

    Check out the write-up on 1332. I have never heard of a "harmonica rifle" before.

    Thanks for link!
     
  22. 4v50 Gary

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    30-40 Krag Colt made Gatling gun. "The gatling, boys!"
     
  23. Blue Brick

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    Yes, but not a big LeMAT fan.
     
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    Thanks now I am stuck here looking again....

    1535 looks nice too.
     
  25. Old Fuff

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    Well at least you have a lot to look at. Enjoy it while you can. :cool:
     
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