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Discussion in 'The Display Case' started by Undertow, Jun 24, 2007.
That is a great piece.
Another one with props - 4-inch 1912 Colt Army Special with MOP grips in 32-20, 1919-55 Heiser belt for 32-20 rounds, no-name holster, Winchester 1907 .351 deluxe made in 1908 with a few factory 10-round mags, Remington Dogbone box from the 1930s, another old pocket watch from the 1920-30s, Stetson Nutria from late 1930s-early 40s and old (pre-WW2) New Mexico deputy sheriff badge.
Finally, a 4 1/2 inch Colt New Service in 38-40 with Stags (1923), Old Geo Lawrence belt (1910-1940s), Heiser tooled holster (1919-1955) with Remington model 14 1/2 pump carbine (1915) also in 38-40 and various accoutrements including pre-mid 1930s Stetson, pocket watch and fob, and old Tower Bean's patent handcuffs (haven't been able to date them exactly yet).
MORE serious envy!! LOL
Kimber Custom Tactical ll - Andrews Monarch
One I rebuilt/refinished an had Paul Persinger do the ivory on.
and a original delivered to Chicago in Dec 1909. Can you imagine the hat this owner wore
Yahoody, I bet Cozmo would wear the right hat to go with it!
Deacon, I am thinking that is Bobbie Johnson's 32-20 Likely had to get on in the big city up north since he was from Texas. The name inscribed on the back strap was just his stage alias. Cozmo? That old rascal wouldn't know a good hat if it fell off his head
A beautiful rig M.
Man those are beauties. Great job Yahoody.
OK now your just showin' off. The bottom six gun is a USFA? Boy the price on those has shot up. I had a chance to buy one a number of years ago and passed. Now I'm kicking myself in the butt for not buying it.
My first Colt Six Gun..........just got it. 38-40, 7.5 inch bl, made in 1902.
The action on this old gun is still smooth as silk.
My Holy Grail Colts are anything in decent shape made between 1900 and 1912. We have a winner, winner, chicken dinner here Cornhusker! Congrads! Nice gun
True that, guilty Good eye! Yes both handguns are USFA. I spent some time and $ collecting them when they were less expensive.
Thanks Yahoody. I love it. Bought it from a family member so I got just a little break on the price.
I've heard, and I have never handled one, that they were as good as a Colt or maybe better. You think so?