here are the Saturday Sale guns that are still here

Gary Reeder
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Sunday, May 12, 2019, 13:16 (7 days ago)

This is a true classic rifle. It is the Browning Hi Wall, also called the 1885 Winchester. It is full custom with deluxe Black Chromex and engraved and color cased frame. It has the express rear sight and gold bead up front. It is chambered in 475 Linebaugh. A perfect companion for those with the 475 revolver. The gun would normally run somewhere north of $2300. It is sale priced at $1795.

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Next for those that want a great hunting revolver without the fancy features, this is your gun, our Montana Hunter. It is chambered in our very popular 356 GNR. The 356 GNR has taken cow elk and critters in that size range with ease, but is great for those longer shots on deer or black bear. It has a 6½" barrel with the interchangeable blade front sight system. It has had the Positive Performance Package and is very smooth and accurate. It has the Belt Mountain base pin for a tighter lock up. It is finished in our soft satin Vapor Honed Black Chromex finish with satin black Corian grips on the Super Blackhawk Gunfighter Grip The perfect hunting revolver. With us furnishing the base gun it would normally be somewhere near $2350. It is sale priced at $1495.
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Here is that rare Colt Python I showed you last week. Nobody jumped on it so I dropped it $200. If it doesn't sell this weekend it goes on gunbroker back at the full price. On gunbroker a 6" blue Colt Python is usually shown at almost $3000. The gun is a very early Python with a 4 digit serial number and no prefix. So it is the one collectors want. It is in about 95% condition. It is sale priced at $2595.
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Next are those 2 Colt Single Action Armys. These two guns are out of the Colt Custom Shop. They are 3rd Generation and are unfired. The Blue Book shows that all SAAs after 2001 came out of the Custom Shop and the price in 2001 started at $2100. At today's prices these guns would be in the $3500 range. They are priced at $1795 each.
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Here is the 5½" SAA
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Here is the 7½" SAA
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Next is one of our very popular Howdahs. This one is one we built for display purposes and is a one of a kind. For the Howdah series our own frames hadn't arrived yet from the casters so I used a new Ruger Super Black frame for the gun. I also gave it number 100 as the series number. There are still plenty of the 100 guns to be made available. I just wanted to give it one of the last numbers. The gun is chambered in my favorite revolver round, the 429 GNR. It has the Positive Performance Package done to it and is very accurate and smooth. It has the Belt mountain base pin for a tighter lock up. It has an 8" barrel on it and has the interchangeable blade front sight with the gold bead blade. It is finished in the satin Vapor Honed Black Chromex with the 2 gold bands. It has the Bisley Gunfighter Gripframe and a set of our Ivory Max grips. One of my absolute favorite revolvers is our Howdah. The Howdah is normally $1995 but this beauty is sale priced at $1495 plus shipping.
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Next is one of our most popular cowboy guns, our Tombstone Classic. This beauty is full custom and covered with items relevant to the old west. It is chambered in 45 Long Colt. It is finished in deluxe Black Chromex with high polished stainless steel small parts. The gun is very accurate and has had the full Positive Performance Package. The gun has our own birdshead gripframe with a really nice set of blue and green laminated grips made and fit to it. The small parts are gold accented. The Tombstone Classic is normally $1595 on the customer's base gun but with us furnishing the base gun it would normally run around $2500. It is sale priced at $1395 plus shipping.
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Next is one you don't see very often. it is an old classic. It is the Colt New Service in 44-40. We have completely refurbished, and refinished it with an action job and it is back to being as tight as a drum and very accurate. It has been refinished and the caliber and logo re-stamped. It was covered in pits and rust when we got it and has been completely refinished but there are still a few tiny pits there that would hurt more than help the gun if they were taken out. It has a nice set of walnut grips on it and is ready to go. This one is sale priced at $850 plus shipping.
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I would LOVE to have that New Service revolver. But it

Flatwater
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Sunday, May 12, 2019, 19:18 (6 days ago) @ Gary Reeder

Ain't in the cards for my broke ass. *sigh*

You've had some wonderful guns up for grabs the last couple of weeks. That Luger was really the bees knees. Waterboy is gonna go mad with delight monkeying around with that thing. Truly a mechanical joy. As long as he doesn't try to mount a scope on it...

tha Hi wall and the Howdah are sold.

Gary Reeder
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Monday, May 13, 2019, 12:33 (6 days ago) @ Gary Reeder

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