I couldn't help it, ordered the new 1847 Walker
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    Very cool!
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    You should have gotten two of them, just like Josey Wales.
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    C. Company #64 so who carried it? Captain Walkler was killed just days after being issued his. So it would be interesting to know who had the original #64. We will never know.
    Uberti Open Top 1872 model in .45Colt with 7 1/2" barrel, Colt M1945A1, Winchester 1873 & 94.

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    Wasn't really thinking that'd be anything I'd do a double take over...I was wrong. Very cool.
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    Very nice!
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    I like it!

    You will have fun with it..!

    They are a hoot to take to the Range.
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    Would be nice if they didn’t stamp a ‘0’ in front of a 2-digit S/N#, as the originals were done.
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    Does it have the small version of the company stamp on the front of the tigger guard and cylinder?
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    That is very nice!
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    I like it a lot, aged just like it served in the Mexican War and was carefully put away. Still, a lot more revolver than I would want to carry for very long.
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