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Pics of a few
December 15, 2013
7:53 pm
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briango's nice saddle pic with his rifle got me going so here are a few of mine. I'm not sure if I've posted them here before or not, but if so, sorry.

First one was 38-56 from the factory but someone changed the barrel to a 40-65 so I had it re-bored to a 45-70 and I use it to kill wounded deer on the highway, etc. I like the way it looks:

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December 15, 2013
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Great photos and old 1886's. Thanks for posting those pictures.

December 15, 2013
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Something about original 86's
Thanks for sharing

Bruce

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December 15, 2013
9:32 pm
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Nice photos, I love the buffalo robe..There is something about 86's ..I only own one..a 40-82 that is pretty well used. but its a favorite..

December 16, 2013
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NICE!

This next one is a 40-82 and was found under a rail road trestle just out side of Malta, Montana in the early 1900s. The Wild Bunch did a robbery there.

That's my story and I'm sticking to it!!!

I have an old Marlin in 38-55. Came from south Texas. It has 6 notches cut into the wrist area of the stock........Was it owned by a Texas Ranger and these were the end of 6 bad guys? Or was it owned by a rancher and these notches represent deer? Only God knows........But I know what I tell my grandsons.....And it weren't deer!

December 16, 2013
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Nice displays!

James

December 16, 2013
5:19 pm
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Nice to see well used but well cared for rifles. Good back drops.

December 17, 2013
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Thanks, Folks. I'm sorry that I don't have 50 or 60 more Winchesters to show you. Cry Wink

December 18, 2013
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James

Looks like you have some legit cowboy/western guns there. If they could only talk of course! Thanks for sharing. I need to get a western gun in the collection someday.

Brad

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January 5, 2014
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James . . . . nice guns and nice photos. I like the cartridge belts. Go well with the guns. 🙂

When I can't afford to easy my addiction with "more guns" . . . . I take the "edge off" by buying more leather and old west costuming.

I need to get it all out and do a photo of the leather collection.

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