That makes gun number 22 my Niece has confiscated from me in the last 4 years. She took to the single action guns when she was 17 and has enjoyed supervised shooting up until of late. She has turned 21 and can now officially own her own guns and shoot as she pleases. Back years ago I thought I had to rescue as many large frame Vaqueros as I could find. Then I went on to out of production Vaqueros and single sixes. She talked my older Brother out of one of his guns safes he out grew and he purchased her some reloading dies to go along with his reloading equipment. Her philosophy is I have way to many six shooters and no one to really leave them to, which is true. Her Dad and older Brother are not nor ever have been gun people so I guess me and my old Brother have pulled her into the life style. I know when she is home from school she loves to go shoot her 45s when ever she can.
The latest she took a liking to was one of my New Vaqueros CC&B 7.5, she said I didn't need 2. I could pose the one CC&B I had left with with the other 7.5s or with the 5.5 and 4& 5/8 models.
She surprised me with a hammered steel stag handle knife for a fill in for the missing gun.