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    waltesefalcon liked post by rednichols On thread : Arizona Lawmen?- 1911's & SAA's 1920's?
    The holsters put me in mind of Shelton-Payne Arms (at left in the image below) that was founded after Shelton put El Paso Saddlery out of business by 1902 (the current company of that name is not...
    Liked On: 10-11-2019, 09:04 PM
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    waltesefalcon liked post by hwb On thread : Dating Pythons
    Reptile relationship or matrimony are odd but hey who am I to judge. (lol)
    Liked On: 05-16-2019, 10:34 AM
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    waltesefalcon liked post by ei8ht On thread : 1904 dated Colt 1903 Hammerless Opinions & Value
    M10886 1904 with 6.5 inch Target Barrel.633891633893 ei8htŪ
    Liked On: 05-16-2019, 10:29 AM
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    waltesefalcon liked post by Obiefox On thread : 1904 dated Colt 1903 Hammerless Opinions & Value
    Not that many good early ones out there.... 633881 633879 633877
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    waltesefalcon liked post by oberon On thread : 1904 dated Colt 1903 Hammerless Opinions & Value
    It is good. Do I have a grand to throw at it? Nope. But somebody does. There are 3 type Is in my pile, none of which are as good as that one.
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    waltesefalcon liked post by theprofessor On thread : I heard Colt firearms are not made in USA is that true?
    This is my list of topics that should NOT be discussed in any forum: 1.Religion 2. Politics 3. Are Colts made in America ? :bang_wall:
    Liked On: 05-16-2019, 10:25 AM
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    waltesefalcon liked post by Rick Bowles On thread : Really Rare Randall
    Randall started listing stainless steel as an option in their catalog in the 1960's. The first marking was a double S. The "SS" mark was only used for perhaps four months before someone figured out...
    Liked On: 05-16-2019, 10:19 AM
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    waltesefalcon liked post by Cozmo On thread : And how did R Larry Wilson fool them all?
    I'm not defending anything Wilson did. Just saying I have really enjoyed many of his books. Short of crediting a particular firearm to an old west character ( some of which has been...
    Liked On: 05-16-2019, 10:16 AM
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    waltesefalcon liked post by Cozmo On thread : And how did R Larry Wilson fool them all?
    You want to become an expert? Publish and then move 500 miles away. I've throughly enjoyed Wilson's books. Still do on occasion. Given a few of them to friends as gifts. He went out the same...
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    waltesefalcon liked post by 73shovel On thread : And how did R Larry Wilson fool them all?
    Wilson was certainly a flawed individual, and his writings about Colts contain errors. However, he still left us a useful and impressive volume of reference work.
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    waltesefalcon liked post by bmcgilvray On thread : UPS just left me a nice 1873 Springfield Trapdoor.
    It's nice to see a thread pop up on the Trap Door Springfield. Yours looks so nice forward_observer. Thanks for taking the time to make the good photographs and share them. A Trap Door is one...
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    waltesefalcon liked post by forward_observer On thread : UPS just left me a nice 1873 Springfield Trapdoor.
    I posted a few weeks ago that I had decided to get a nice representative two band Springfield 45-70 rifle. Unfortunately, I had not made this decision when I went to the big Tulsa show back in...
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    waltesefalcon liked post by dandak On thread : I heard Colt firearms are not made in USA is that true?
    No, second gen Colt percussions PARTS were rough cast, etc. in Italy, shipped to the US and machined, fitted, finished, assembled here, that is why there are no foreign Proof marks on them. The...
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    waltesefalcon liked post by Armybrat On thread : Peter Gunn
    Dunno, there is a list on the Internet of all Matt Dillion’s gunshot wounds (north of 60, IIRC), so Mannix might be in 2nd Place.
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    waltesefalcon liked post by MarkInTx On thread : Peter Gunn
    Then there was Mannix. Probably got shot in the shoulder more than anyone on TV. 633869
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