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    not as nice as others, but heres my beat up 16 inch saddle ring carbine found inside a wall of a house being demolished earlier this year
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    Nice Jimmac, what is the year of manufacture of that one?

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    The serial number I looked up puts it at 1909. They demolished a house by boot hill in tombstone . They found the rifle and sold it at a yard sale for $30. I picked it up the next day from the guy that bought it at tje yard sale. I paid $100 for it and put another $150 into it to get it to function. Jim

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    Fantastic luck! What caliber?
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    30 wcf

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloverleaf View Post
    1897 30 wcf
    That's a nice one. Still has the heat blued receiver and rust blued barrel and magazine tube. Makes an attractive combination.
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    [QUOTE=JohnnyP;3075283]That's a nice one. Still has the heat blued receiver and rust blued barrel and magazine tube. Makes an attractive combination.[/QUOT\

    Thanks, Johnny.
    I didn't know that info

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    My old wall hanger SRC 1892, sn. 52772, I think 1894 ?. It's a 44/40. have not tried to shoot it, but the action feels very good. the finish is long gone, maybe spent to many nights out ?
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    I HAD this 1902 model 92 .44 wcf many years ago. I was told it came off a reservation in the Dakota`s.
    It was a wall hanger and stolen out of my house in 2002 or 2003. The wrist of the stock was broken and fixed with rawhide.


 
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