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PostPosted: Mon May 10, 2010 3:16 am 
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I will add Yes that SAA is very nice so smooth for a gun of its age.

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Tony T wrote:
/Besides, it's the ultimate BBQ gun.

Mmmmmm, BBQ!





BBQ Gun?

This is a clone, but it's mine and very, very smooth.

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BBQ gun, a gun that's pretty enough to wear to a gun enthusiasts Bbq. ;)

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Tony T wrote:
BBQ gun, a gun that's pretty enough to wear to a gun enthusiasts Bbq. ;)


And be shone off in a really nice, old fashioned, cowboy holster.

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Thats a nice SA. looks like a uberti. I have a uberti and a old valquero. Its definatly fun to light them off. Ive often thought of OCing my valquero. Yes I have the old time hip holster rig with accomadation for 20 rounds. I like to shoot Corbon .45 hollow points in the ruger. lottsa bang. 8-)

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