Lazy Bar V
I would like to see more pics of the whole gun. It looks neat.
Lazy Bar V
I attempted to look up the brand for a duplicate and description with no luck in the Missouri Brand Registry just for grins. I would look in the states's brand registry where you think the gun came from. I would start in the T's, but in western states that could be extensive. Good luck - interesting thread for me, thanks.
I agree, great pic of part of what looks like a very interesting gun - more pics please!
Its not mine but depending on forum input it might be!
Looks like a later vintage cylinder to me?
Amat Victoria Curam
Never buy a gun you'll have to make excuses for later
How about an archive letter?
If it was shipped to AZ that might be enough enticement to buy it.
A letter could help to pin point the vacinity and you could start from there.
A brand could be registered for 80 years or the owner not renew after the initial registration.
My friends family has 5 separate brands: his, his wife’s and their 3 kids...so a ranch doesn’t have to be sizable for someone to be intrigued by the idea of having one.
Its a nice looking gun.
The scarring and pitting on the cylinder does match the frame so I’m more inclined to say it’s the way it’s always been. If you rotate the cylinder 1/4 turn it should line up and match better. For picture purposes your friend most likely used “it’s best side”
The stop notches look like they could have been deepened, but that’s unlikely.
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