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Type: Posts; User: NineT6Delta
Courtesy of cda926
If I wanted to have a colt sa 22 that bad I'd just find a regular woodsman in decent shape. I wouldn't even think about buying that for anything over 250. I could see there being some potential...
I'm not saying an MT isn't worth 1000 in good condition, but when you take away it's collectible value what is it worth then?
Can you guys confirm this guy is smoking crack? He's asking $650.
Only hits count, so I would carry which ever one you can shoot more proficiently. I like the Hi power, but find the long trigger reset a hindrance. For that reason I find that I can shoot the 1911...
I also guess the dish is meant for increased noise such as a propane cannon.
Man that photo with the trench knife is sweet!
Why does the box say 22 long rifle?
I've always liked the Pistol Parlor in Mesa and AJI in Apache Junction. If you had time for Tuscon, Murphy's is a place to check out.
Go with the motor home option. You can take as much time as you need. I moved from NY to Yuma a few years ago. The drive took me 52 hours with a 3 hr nap in OK. Everything arrived safely.
I'll never stop purchasing online, but you always have to do your research when it comes online classifieds. I'll refer you guys to this thread from a while back, it's a method I used and it worked...
Keeping my eyes peeled for a later model woodsman 4" for a shooter.
I didn't even know one piece backstraps existed until I read this thread. Glad you're happy with it though.
That looks like a good choice. I prefer colt parts, but if I can't find one in the next couple days I'll probably go with your suggestion.
Thanks I changed it.
Thanks for the advise guys. I'll try to locate a blued 38 super ejector that doesn't cost 50 bucks (numrich).
I'm curious what was so wrong with the frame that a one piece backstrap was the only option?
So I found this at the LGS today. I've never seen nor heard of one. It looks like someone shot about 10 rounds through it and put it back in the box, minus the ejector of course. Can anyone verify...
Ok not a colt, but I'm on the lookout for an older 63 w/ pinned 4" barrel.
^ What they said. He did the most amazing action job on a 610 for me. DA must be around 7 lbs smooth as butter. He's been working on colt's since the 70's. Used to go around to matches with a tool...
I'll take the hammer, sear and disconnector if they're still available.
Hahaha! Now I've heard it all. Maybe he meant I found it in some poor guy's sock drawer.
I'll refer you to this thread. I tried this method for a gun listed on armslist and it worked out great. https://www.coltforum.com/forums/lounge/44195-best-way-avoid-scams-while-purchasing.html
I also have a couple pre 64's that need scopes. I think you're headed in the right direction. Leupold is pretty much all I buy these days. Quality optics made in the USA with a no questions asked...
I bought one in the last 6 months that is a 6 inch e-nickel and about the same condition. I paid 600. It came with the original box which is a little beat up.