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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 9:19 pm 
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Hey Everyone -

Glad to be part of the community!
I'm mostly a collector of historical pieces, and have really enjoyed owning and firing mostly WWII era pellet and BB copies. I've recently purchased a few single action revolvers, and they've been great as trainers for the real ones! I would really like to see a company make copies of the Colt Buntline special and/or the revolving carbine (currently manufactured by Uberti). Granted they are specialist pieces, but nevertheless would be a great deal of fun!

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 9:27 pm 
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welcome to the forum
that pic reminds me of the carbine pistol rifle Lee Van Cleef used..

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 9:53 pm 
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Thanks for posting this great shot, Ace - interesting variation!

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 10:59 pm 
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Welcome.
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Welcome to the forum! Love the guns from the old west.

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FirearmsInHistory wrote:
Hey Everyone -

Glad to be part of the community!
I'm mostly a collector of historical pieces, and have really enjoyed owning and firing mostly WWII era pellet and BB copies. I've recently purchased a few single action revolvers, and they've been great as trainers for the real ones! I would really like to see a company make copies of the Colt Buntline special and/or the revolving carbine (currently manufactured by Uberti). Granted they are specialist pieces, but nevertheless would be a great deal of fun!

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Hello and welcome! :wink:

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[quote="FirearmsInHistory"]Hey Everyone -

Glad to be part of the community!
I'm mostly a collector of historical pieces, and have really enjoyed owning and firing mostly WWII era pellet and BB copies. I've recently purchased a few single action revolvers, and they've been great as trainers for the real ones! I would really like to see a company make copies of the Colt Buntline special and/or the revolving carbine (currently manufactured by Uberti). Granted they are specialist pieces, but nevertheless would be a great deal of fun!

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Cheers - Glenn


Greetings from Boston you know who this is !!!


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