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WTB/WTT: 1873 44-40 barrel octagon or trade parts for a 1873
April 20, 2013
9:22 am
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Im looking for a 44-40 octagon barrel. Or trade 1873 parts toward a purchase of a 1873 44-40 rifle.

April 20, 2013
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There is one on Ebay right now.

Bob

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April 22, 2013
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I've been known to make 73 barrels

April 24, 2013
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Thanks I do not know how I did not see it. Got it 🙂
Some one tried to snipe it with 2 seconds left.
Only a few parts left to complete the rifle. Toggles, forearm, stock, sights, dust cover assembly.
Hopefully the barrel is as good as he claimed "strong rifling"
Hope i did not over pay.
I started building this when my son was born. I figured it would be a good gun to pass down.
Thanks again.

April 24, 2013
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Schwartzer said
Thanks I do not know how I did not see it. Got it 🙂
Some one tried to snipe it with 2 seconds left.
Only a few parts left to complete the rifle. Toggles, forearm, stock, sights, dust cover assembly.
Hopefully the barrel is as good as he claimed "strong rifling"
Hope i did not over pay.
I started building this when my son was born. I figured it would be a good gun to pass down.
Thanks again.

Don't know if you can overpay if you are going to start a nice tradition in your family. Sometimes a family gun is the most important one regardless.

Brad

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