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Show me your Cowboy Guns..Single or Double Action

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Catman253, Jun 15, 2006.

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  1. Catman253

    Catman253 Member

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    I'll Start.
    Winchester Model 94 Trapper Saddle Ring Carbine with a Colt Single Action Army in .45 Colt
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  2. AH-1

    AH-1 Member In Memoriam

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    vaquero 45 colt

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    win 92 44-40
     
  3. XavierBreath

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  4. Hkmp5sd

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    Ruger .41 Magnum 3-Screw

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  5. xd9fan

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    I talked with a guy at the sportsman warehouse today and he said that the Ruger SAA (the new vaqueros) are being recalled and that they could not get them in the store for the past year. whats up???
     
  6. Frandy

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    Not praised by many but I like my Stampede just fine:
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  7. Catman253

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    Xavier,
    Nice guns.
    I really enjoy your website and blog.
    Catman
     
  8. Texfire

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    I too like your blog Xavier though it's a shame we don't have much in common, well except my family is from Louisiana, and I have a Jeep Wrangler, and I like guns, and I'm also in the public safety sector. But other than that not much in common. :rolleyes:

    PS- I need to take a picture of my Stampedes, Gauchos, my '97 clone and Puma Legacy so I can share too.

    Tex
     
  9. iluvG.R.I.T.S

    iluvG.R.I.T.S Member

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    Here's my two favorites.
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  10. bulbboy

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    I went for the "baby" Beretta. The Stampede Marshal.

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  11. Catman253

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    Ruger 50th Anniversary Blackhawk .357 Magnum
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  12. ewb45acp

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    And a few more...

    Ruger Birdshead .45Colt 3.5"
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    front: Model 1851 navy .36cal
    rear: Model 1860 army .44cal
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    Model 1862 police .36cal
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    Those black powder smoke wagons are a hoot!
     
  13. Grayrock

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  14. Dravur

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    Always time for cowboy guns.

    I too love the look and feel of the ole timey guns and am a Cowboy Action Shooter. So, here are the ones I use.
     

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  15. bulbboy

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    Just reviving this good thread

    Here are mine:

    Ruger New Vaquero w/moose grips
    Ruger New Vaquero Montado w/elk grips
    Beretta Stampede Marshal

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  16. TIMC

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    Ruger Vaquero's in .357. Puma mod 92 in.357. Huglu SxS in 12 ga.

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  17. usmcgrunt

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    Here is mine, my first and only Ruger, a Super Blackhawk in 44 Mag!

    Grunt Out!

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  18. f4t9r

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    I must get me one now that you have posted these pics.
    I always wanted to be a Cowboy
     
  19. dracphelan

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    Ruger Blackhawk, 45 Colt.
     
  20. Boxhead

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    My Ruger Flattop 38 WCF.

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  21. GunTech

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    Matching 2nd Gen Colt SAAs with ivory grips

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  22. GunTech

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    Here's a pair that belongs to a friend. Consecutively numbered, new in box 2nd gen Colts with ivory grips. Any guesses on what they're worth?

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  23. bulbboy

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    More than I can afford!!
     
  24. bulbboy

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    Grunt - I love the look of worn leather! Nice rig
     
  25. Father Knows Best

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    Here are a few of mine:

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    Pictured are a pair of Navy Arms 1875 Army revolvers and a 3rd Gen Colt SAA, all in original factory nickel plate. The Colt is .44 Special. The 1875's were originally chambered in 44-40, but I had .357 magnum cylinders rechambered in .44 Special and fitted to the guns, and that's what I now shoot out of them (loaded with black powder, of course!).

    Not pictured are:
    Another Navy Arms 1875 Army, nickel, 44-40
    Ruger 50th Anniversary Blackhawk .357 Magnum
    Ruger 50th Anniversary Blackhawk .44 Magnum
    A pair of Colt Peacemaker .22's
    Colt New Frontier .22
    Uberti 1866 short rifle, 44-40
    Winchester Model 1897 12 gauge, c. 1901
    Akkar hammered coach gun, 12 gauge
     
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