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Old April 12th, 2010, 05:47 PM   #46
 
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where'd ya get that awesome leather dale 53?



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Old April 13th, 2010, 04:14 PM   #47
 
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here are mine. An old army, a three screw .45 colt w/ elk or stag grips, a Lipsey's .44 spl w/ my own elk horn grips, a ss bisley .45 colt, a new vaquero bisley .45, and two ss new vaquero standard xr3 grip in , you guessed it , .45. Then the anniversary set flattops. I have one more .45 new vaquero on layaway. it's a blued 5 1/2 version w/ gold embelished cylinder. can't wait to pick it up!
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I also had numerous others that got hawked over the years including a .357 flattop #3949 and a Flattop .44 with a 7 1/2 barrel. I should've kept them but, I shoot more .45 than anything! (in case that wasn't obvious! lol)
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Old April 17th, 2010, 04:55 PM   #49
 
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Here is my meager collection of Rugers......starting at 12 o'clock and working clockwise:

1) OM .22 Bearcat

2) NM Blackhawk .45/.45acp convertible 4-5/8"

3) OM Flat Top .357 magnum 4-5/8"

4) Vaquero .44 magnum 4-5/8"

5) NM Stainless SBH .44 magnum 5-1/2"

6) NM Blackhawk .357/9mm convertible 6-1/2"

7) Vaquero .44 magnum 7-1/2"

8 ) Bisley .44 magnum 7-1/2"

9) NM Super Single Six .22/.22 magnum convertible 9-1/2"

10) NM SBH .44 magnum 10-1/2"



This is my OM .22 Single Six. It started out life with a 5-1/2" barrel, but I had it re-barreled with a 9-1/2" tube:



This is my .44 magnum Bisley Vaquero. It started out with a 4-5/8" barrel, but I had it re-barreled with a 7-1/2" tube.



Last, but not least, is my 6-1/2" OM Super Single Six .22/.22 magnum convertible:

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Very nice! Love the 9 1/2 OM single six!
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Old April 17th, 2010, 08:56 PM   #51
 
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Deercreek Dave;
The leather with my .44 Lipsey Special is "Red Dog Leather":

eBay Store - Reddog Leather: Category 1, Category 2, Category 3

Red Dog Leather is AT LEAST as good as it looks.

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Old April 18th, 2010, 06:48 AM   #52
 
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Here's some from the pile.

A couple of 44 Mag's.





Some 45's.







A couple of 44 Special's.





A couple of 357's.





A 41 Mag.



A 38 WCF.



A couple of 32's.





And good ol' Thumper.

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nice collection, boxhead. I'm jealous!
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Two of my babies. The 7.5" is a .45 Colt. The 4 5/8" is a .45 Colt/.45 ACP convertible. The grips are Eagle sambar stag and thank God I bought them many years ago when prices were much better.


This another glamor shot of the 7.5" with a Gerber sambar stag handled Bowie. this knife grip is one of the best pieces of sambar I have ever seen. It fits the hand perfectly without being too rough or too slick.



Most of the time the 7.5" wears a rubber Hogue mono grip as it is a pure hunting revolver, steadly digesting a diet of .45 Colt "Ruger only" loads to harvest hogs and deer. The set of sambar grips shown on it in these pictures mostly lives on a nice Single Six .22 LR/.22 Magnum convertible I found in a gun shop a few years ago.

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Those stag's just make those look right. Nice.
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I really like the looks of those stag grips.....!!!!
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Ruger Flattop Bisley .44 Special -special run from Lipseys-just brought it home today.


Pre '73 Blackhawk .41 Mag. This is my favorite revolver. Bought it from a customer of mine who needed $200 a few years ago. The original stocks were toast so I put a set of Rosewood Hogues on it. I have not nor will I ever put the transferbar safety in this gun-it has too sweet an action for it.

I also have a SS Old Model Vaquero in .45 Colt 4 5/8" with Hogue Ivory stocks but I don't have a pic of it just yet.
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Nice collection Boxhead!!!!!!
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Calvin, please don't take offense at this but your gun rig looks a lot like what I had when I was about 7 yrs old except mine was a top break to get at where you put the roll of caps...

Regards,

Glenn
A lot of those old cap guns and fake leather rigs were versions of what we would give our eye teeth to own if we could have the real thing back then. Some of us grew up and had to give up those childhood wishes.

Calvin is one of the lucky ones. Good for you Calvin. Cap gun my A$$!!!!
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