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While digging around in the back of a safe today, I decided to haul these out. JW's are the only commemoratives I'm into. The top 2 are 1894 .32-40s , the bottom 2 are 1892 .44-40's, High Grade & Custom Grade. Also a New frontier JW Colt.

The '92s are stone cold mint NIB. I'm original owner and have all accs. for them including the shipping box that everything came in including leather case. Slip covers have never been on boxes. This is only the 2nd or 3rd time these have seen daylight.

The 94s aren't mint, but unfired. Colt is NIB.
I'd like to get the Colt .45 SAA JW someday and also a "Duke" 1894, but will prob never find the latter.

I have around 100 boxes of the .32-40 JW ammo including a full sealed case, but they're in Alaska and I can't figure out how to ship back here....:bang_wall:eek:nly have 4-5 boxes here.

Sorry for the crappy photos, but my living room is dark & it's cold and windy out & these aren't going outside.













 

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You should be able to have your ammo shipped down by UPS or FEDEX - They would probably charge a hazmat fee for that size shipment, which I believe is a flat $25.00. - Just be sure to insure it. Someone else might have some insight on shipping ammo.
 

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Chaffee: That is a beautiful collection!
My favorite JW guns are a matched pair of USFA Red River Single actions. USFA made them to appear as if they were 'aged.'
 

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While digging around in the back of a safe today, I decided to haul these out. JW's are the only commemoratives I'm into. The top 2 are 1894 .32-40s , the bottom 2 are 1892 .44-40's, High Grade & Custom Grade. Also a New frontier JW Colt.

The '92s are stone cold mint NIB. I'm original owner and have all accs. for them including the shipping box that everything came in including leather case. Slip covers have never been on boxes. This is only the 2nd or 3rd time these have seen daylight.

The 94s aren't mint, but unfired. Colt is NIB.
I'd like to get the Colt .45 SAA JW someday and also a "Duke" 1894, but will prob never find the latter.

I have around 100 boxes of the .32-40 JW ammo including a full sealed case, but they're in Alaska and I can't figure out how to ship back here....:bang_wall:eek:nly have 4-5 boxes here.

Sorry for the crappy photos, but my living room is dark & it's cold and windy out & these aren't going outside.
"Modest" tribute my tailgate - THIS is spectacular!

I just have the one John Wayne Winchester 94 Commemorative and only 2 boxes of 32-40's. Do not have the scabbard; wish I would have ordered it. But I do have the wood wall rack.

 

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Chaffee: That is a beautiful collection!
My favorite JW guns are a matched pair of USFA Red River Single actions. USFA made them to appear as if they were 'aged.'
I just wanted to post a pic of these so the less knowledgeable members (Me) knew exactly what your talking about, Now I want some too! Courtesy of Member "What Would You Say"

And Yes you have a beautiful Collection!
 

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Tony: I would like to get the scabbard & wall rack for the 1894's someday, but like a lot of things I want, they're not real high on the priority list at this time. Plus they ain't exactly cheap. I do have the advertisement in the bottom center of your photo. Need to find the 1982 catalog.
 

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1stMarDiv: Thanks for posting the USFA JW SAA's. They look just like mine (4-3/4") so I will not have to dig mine out for photographing. BTW, my SN's are 110RR & RR110.
 

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1stMarDiv: Thanks for posting the USFA JW SAA's. They look just like mine (4-3/4") so I will not have to dig mine out for photographing. BTW, my SN's are 110RR & RR110.
feel free to dig away, you should have a good pic for insurance purposes anyhow:)
 
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I picked this up 11 years ago in a junk shop in Texas. I've no way of knowing if the autograph is authentic but I liked it.

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Picture frame Bridle Horse Wall Wood Text Font Calligraphy Handwriting Autograph
 
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