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  1. I did have a Wyeth holster out of St. Jo that I...

    I did have a Wyeth holster out of St. Jo that I already sold. I see holsters on Ebay, but none like mine. I listed the Heisers there, but the fees are killer. The man who owned these was a very...
  2. 1940s on all holsters posted or just the Heisers?...

    1940s on all holsters posted or just the Heisers? The Heisers I know are 1919 to 1950s by the maker stamp. The other two had me stumped as to the age.
  3. The holster with the number 4767-44-6 seems to be...

    The holster with the number 4767-44-6 seems to be a rather long number for no maker stamp. I found one recerence to an Ebay listing that sold for $300 plus with a holster with that number. Sadly it...
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    My advice to any newbie reloading is measure...

    My advice to any newbie reloading is measure every charge and take your time. Don't make it a speed game. A lot of people go for production, but I still prefer the old school one at a time method...
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    If you think about it different cases have...

    If you think about it different cases have different size powder chambers, tighter chamber would equal more pressure. Some cases fair better then others over time. I myself have had the best luck...
  6. On a side note I know a guy who works at...

    On a side note I know a guy who works at Collector's Firearms, Josh. Very knowledgeable good guy. If you have any dealings with them he would be a great guy to speak with.
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    Looks like a Bar Lazy V maybe? Get an old...

    Looks like a Bar Lazy V maybe? Get an old Arizona brand book, where the gun says Yuma that is where I would start. Either that or the Yuma Museum.
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    I'm in Craig CO, just well be Wyoming, and work...

    I'm in Craig CO, just well be Wyoming, and work in Wamsutter, small world huh?
  9. Sticky: My carry gun. Smith and Wesson 65-2 in a 3 inch...

    My carry gun. Smith and Wesson 65-2 in a 3 inch marked Massachusetts State Police.
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    Very nice!

    Very nice!
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    Last two.
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  13. Antique Colt Holsters, Heiser, Prison Made?

    I have a few holsters I got from my friend's stuff. I am a militaria collector, not a cowboy collector so I am a bit lost. I know two are Heisers. But two have no name on them. One I believe may...
  14. I did try them on my Model 1901, they are the...

    I did try them on my Model 1901, they are the same size within a few thousandths. The only difference besides ivory vs walnut is the ivory grips have an alignment pin in the front, not the back like...
  15. Lastly, this holster. I believe it to be old,...

    Lastly, this holster. I believe it to be old, but not sure much beyond that. Any thoughts on value or info on these items is appreciated.
  16. The other Heiser. The other holster doesn't have...

    The other Heiser. The other holster doesn't have a maker name. Just the number 4767-44-6. Prison made perhaps? Beautiful holster, best of the bunch in my opinion.
  17. Figured out how to upload pics. The Heiser...

    Figured out how to upload pics. The Heiser basket weave appears mint. The grips I thought initially were Remington but are a bit small for a Remington Army, and the screw is in the wrong place.
  18. New Member With Several Antique Holsters and Ivory Grips Seeking Knowledge

    I met a guy who suggested I try here. I bought the estate of a good friend. He was a cowboy collector, I a militaria collector. So naturally I am a bit out my league. I have one set of ivories I...
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