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Old September 6th, 2011, 04:32 AM   #151
 
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OH10 requires a 6" barrel. I can't tell how long that one is, but want to be sure you knew.



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Old September 6th, 2011, 05:39 PM   #152
 
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ohio has a 5" minimum barrel length not 6" and this is 5.5" so its perfectly legal.
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Old September 6th, 2011, 06:09 PM   #153
 
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Dad died when I was 10. My mom kept this Ruger and a Colt Woodsman all these years, and passed them down to me this year.

This gun is one of my most valued possessions. I have fading memories of my dad, but knowing he held this firearm in his hands makes the few memories I do have more real... more connected.

When I have a kid(s), this Ruger and the Colt will be passed down... in addition to my LCR.
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Old September 6th, 2011, 08:26 PM   #154
 
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Unhappy Here are most of mine

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Old September 8th, 2011, 12:35 PM   #155
 
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My pair of Lipsey's Ruger New Vaqueros in .44 SPL. Consecutive serial numbers for SASS.
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Dad died when I was 10. My mom kept this Ruger and a Colt Woodsman all these years, and passed them down to me this year.

This gun is one of my most valued possessions. I have fading memories of my dad, but knowing he held this firearm in his hands makes the few memories I do have more real... more connected.

When I have a kid(s), this Ruger and the Colt will be passed down... in addition to my LCR.






Nice old model Ruger. Got a picture of the Woodsman? I used to have a first issue...wish I would not have sold it.
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my pair of lipsey's ruger new vaqueros in .44 spl. Consecutive serial numbers for sass.





sweet!
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Old September 8th, 2011, 08:37 PM   #158
 
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My Ruger singles.
The two on the bottom are a Cimarron Lightning .38 and a Colt Frontier Scout .22LR/Mag.
I am impressed with the quality and tolerances of the Cimarron and it's one of my favorites.





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im counting 13 guns better go out and get number 14 quick!
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im counting 13 guns better go out and get number 14 quick!




Actually number 14,15,16 and 17 were not included in the picture.
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SBH converted to 5-shot Bisley Style .44 mag.

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Here are two of my favorites, my new Flattop Bisley Blackhawk 44 spl and Bisley Blackhawk Hunter 44. Both are fine shooting revolvers, I plan on using the Flattop for deer hunting this year.

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Old September 15th, 2011, 06:37 PM   #164
 
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this is by far my favorite. built by Alan Harton




another Harton gun in .44spcl. built before Ruger made them


and two Clements. one OM converted to .44 spcl w/ a 4" barrel and ther other a tweaked bisley in .44mag



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Ok, I'll give you some show of my favorite single action Old Style Vaquero in SS.





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