Single Action Sixguns

Discussion in 'Other Guns' started by SHOOTER13, Jan 27, 2012.

  1. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporting

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  2. greyhawk50

    greyhawk50 Well-Known Member

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    Nice!
    Very nice indeed.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Grey
     

  3. Shooter

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    I like them!

    I inherited a Colt .45 Peacemaker some time ago.

    One of my favorite.
     
  4. duster066

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    2 Daisies and a Weihrauch. Rigs by me:)
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    A Weihrauch ARM357 (older brother of the Bounty Hunter) and a S. Blackhawk in 44m
     
  5. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporting

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    Awesome pix duster...and from the looks of it, very nice rigs too !!

    Are you in the business ?...if so, include your website in the answer, as I would like to check out more of your work. I've been to Washington State a few times for my job with the DoD...mostly Seattle, Redmond, and Olympia. Been to Mt.Ranier too...
     
  6. duster066

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    I sell a few here and there more of a hobby I'm trying to push towards a job. I have one of those simple cheap wed sights built, but I'm waiting to launch until I get the tax business taken care of. If interested send a PM. We are just north of Everett on the north edge of the dreaded convergence zone which means we get even more rain. But if not for the rain there would be a billion people here.
     
  7. oldbrass

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    These are some beautiful pistols
     
  8. greyhawk50

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    I'm "drawn" to Six Guns but could never shoot them as well as I wanted to. I've owned a couple Single Six Convertibles and a Ruger Blackhawk 41 mag.
    They were very nice guns but for some reason, just didn't fit my hands well.
    I envy those that can shoot them well. As for me, I do better with semi-autos. That leaves more for the rest of you gunslingers. Hehe.
    Grey
     
  9. 28Shooter

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    I'm like Grey, I love single actions and have owned both Colts and Rugers from .22 to .45 Colt. They were all nice guns and try as I might, I could never do them justice. I'm a S&W double action revolver man and the only single action I have left is an Old Model Ruger Single Six with Elk Stag grips made by a fellow in Montana.
     
  10. axxe55

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    i would love to own one and be able to shoot it with proficiency but they just don't fit my hand well. i have always liked the looks of the Colt SAA type pistols. probably goes back to my love of western movies and being a big John Wayne fan.

    please keep posting pictures of your SA pistols! all of you have some really nice looking ones pictured here and thanks for the enjoyment.