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  1. victorio1sw
    victorio1sw liked post by socalmarine On thread : Colt SAA Front sight post profile
    I have been perusing some 2nd gen Colt single actions, and began to notice a lot of variation in the front sight post profiles. I have noticed that (even amongst the same caliber) there appears...
    Liked On: Today, 05:10 PM
  2. cody1911
    cody1911 liked post by socalmarine On thread : Highly engraved SAA, 1950ís, my prized possession...
    Wow, I really like those grips! Engraving looks pretty neat to me - I like the Indian head at the base of the hammer. Very cool piece, especially it being something handed down in the family.
    Liked On: 02-15-2020, 02:13 PM
  3. sgtsemo
    sgtsemo liked post by socalmarine On thread : Colt Single Action 1891 Cavalry
    For a replacement hammer, that fit is right on the money. Plenty of Colts have come out of the factory in the recent era that don't come close to the hammer base fitting we are seeing here. Pretty...
    Liked On: 02-10-2020, 04:45 PM
  4. jringo8769
    jringo8769 liked post by socalmarine On thread : Highly engraved SAA, 1950ís, my prized possession...
    Yeager was fairly popular back in his time - did some nice work on mausers and Sako rifles. I had a Sako rifle Yeager had done some work on - fantastic rifle.
    Liked On: 02-10-2020, 12:25 AM
  5. chrometank
    chrometank liked post by socalmarine On thread : Highly engraved SAA, 1950ís, my prized possession...
    Wow, I really like those grips! Engraving looks pretty neat to me - I like the Indian head at the base of the hammer. Very cool piece, especially it being something handed down in the family.
    Liked On: 02-09-2020, 03:11 AM
  6. jtm9095
    jtm9095 liked post by socalmarine On thread : Highly engraved SAA, 1950ís, my prized possession...
    Yeager was fairly popular back in his time - did some nice work on mausers and Sako rifles. I had a Sako rifle Yeager had done some work on - fantastic rifle.
    Liked On: 02-08-2020, 09:00 PM
  7. jtm9095
    jtm9095 liked post by socalmarine On thread : Highly engraved SAA, 1950ís, my prized possession...
    Wow, I really like those grips! Engraving looks pretty neat to me - I like the Indian head at the base of the hammer. Very cool piece, especially it being something handed down in the family.
    Liked On: 02-08-2020, 08:17 PM
  8. saintclair
    saintclair liked post by socalmarine On thread : Highly engraved SAA, 1950ís, my prized possession...
    Yeager was fairly popular back in his time - did some nice work on mausers and Sako rifles. I had a Sako rifle Yeager had done some work on - fantastic rifle.
    Liked On: 02-08-2020, 02:06 PM
  9. Cozmo
    Cozmo liked post by socalmarine On thread : Highly engraved SAA, 1950ís, my prized possession...
    Wow, I really like those grips! Engraving looks pretty neat to me - I like the Indian head at the base of the hammer. Very cool piece, especially it being something handed down in the family.
    Liked On: 02-08-2020, 09:13 AM
  10. ColtsDad
    ColtsDad liked post by socalmarine On thread : Highly engraved SAA, 1950ís, my prized possession...
    Wow, I really like those grips! Engraving looks pretty neat to me - I like the Indian head at the base of the hammer. Very cool piece, especially it being something handed down in the family.
    Liked On: 02-08-2020, 07:52 AM
  11. Mikebiker
    Mikebiker liked post by socalmarine On thread : Cavalry question
    I researched this a bit a while back when I was digging into the Battle of Little Big Horn. One theme I saw recurring in readings was the near lack of training, and some quotes to the effect that...
    Liked On: 02-08-2020, 12:05 AM
  12. GunpoorMan
    GunpoorMan liked post by socalmarine On thread : Cavalry question
    I researched this a bit a while back when I was digging into the Battle of Little Big Horn. One theme I saw recurring in readings was the near lack of training, and some quotes to the effect that...
    Liked On: 02-07-2020, 07:17 PM
  13. 2horses
    2horses liked post by socalmarine On thread : Colt Single Action 1891 Cavalry
    Really nice - you can still see some of the blues of the color case hardening. Looks great all around.
    Liked On: 02-04-2020, 01:10 PM
  14. krag96
    krag96 liked post by socalmarine On thread : Colt Single Action 1891 Cavalry
    For a replacement hammer, that fit is right on the money. Plenty of Colts have come out of the factory in the recent era that don't come close to the hammer base fitting we are seeing here. Pretty...
    Liked On: 02-04-2020, 09:51 AM
  15. chrometank
    chrometank liked post by socalmarine On thread : Colt Single Action 1891 Cavalry
    For a replacement hammer, that fit is right on the money. Plenty of Colts have come out of the factory in the recent era that don't come close to the hammer base fitting we are seeing here. Pretty...
    Liked On: 02-04-2020, 12:21 AM
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