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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurusu View Post
    Got it in my hands yesterday(bought late this March from another EU Country). After a very very long wait(isn't beaurocracy wondeful?)
    Sig P 210. Danish Army Contract (M/49) from 1949 .

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    A superb first year M/49 Neuhausen Brother Kurusu !!

    Congrats !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurusu View Post
    Funny. Here's my 1911A1, got it for some time now, it is also an Ithaca slide on a Remington frame. But it looks much more tired than yours.
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    If the AA means, as I think, Augusta Arsenal, it was rebuilt in the 50s.

    Man...now that IS eclectic !!

    Another nice score my friend...

    Congrats !!

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    Smith & Wesson Pre Model 27...
    Living a dream.
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    Wink Just because Bro SHOOTER13 asked for it (in another thread)

    British revolvers:
    1934 Enfield MK II.
    1915 Webley MK VI.

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    Smith & Wesson:
    A Commercial 1917 made in 1937.
    An ex British Service converted for the mighty .22LR.

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    Colt:
    An Oficcial Police that ended up in British service in WWII.
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    A SAA first year 3rd Generation in .45 Colt.
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    A couple of .22WMR:
    A Dan Wesson.
    An Uberti Cattleman.
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    That will be all for today.

    Edit. In common. "Da Greasy Cardboard".
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    Thanks Bro...!!



    It was worth the wait...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHOOTER13 View Post
    Thanks Bro...!!



    It was worth the wait...

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    Aw shucks!

    You're such a nice audience, that I will antecipate the show.

    From Smith & Wesson:

    Model 28-2, from 1976 (a great year by the way, 1776/1976); Model 14; Model 31.

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    From Uberti:

    Replica of Remington 1875 in .357 Magnum (I didnt reload yet when I bought it otherwise I would have chosen .44-40)
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    Replica of SAA, blackpowder frame, in 44-40 (shares the stage with the Colt).

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    I placed a deposit on a Uberti 7.5" Remington 1875 chambered in .45 Colt...picking it up Friday, Sept 6th...OTD cash price $525 ( which includes NICS and PA tax ) through my buddy's LGS.





    While not the original Remington chambering, I do have 5000+ rounds of .45 Colt already stockpiled for my 4.75" Colt SAA... and my 5.5" Ruger Bisley Vaquero is chambered in .357 Magnum...of which I have 3500+ rounds stockpiled.






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    An ex British Service converted for the mighty .22LR.

    don't underestimate the mighty 22LR
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    Quote Originally Posted by reinhard View Post
    An ex British Service converted for the mighty .22LR.

    don't underestimate the mighty 22LR
    Rest assured I don't. It's just the irony of a big N frame chambered in such a small caliber that always gets me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHOOTER13 View Post
    I placed a deposit on a Uberti 7.5" Remington 1875 chambered in .45 Colt...picking it up Friday, Sept 6th...OTD cash price $525 ( which includes NICS and PA tax ) through my buddy's LGS.





    While not the original Remington chambering, I do have 5000+ rounds of .45 Colt already stockpiled for my 4.75" Colt SAA... and my 5.5" Ruger Bisley Vaquero is chambered in .357 Magnum...of which I have 3500+ rounds stockpiled.





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    Congratulations are in order. You will find it is very well made (at least mine was). And I have always considered them rather handsome. I would only prefer Uberti made them all blued like the originals. Only the loading gate was case hardened.


 
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