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NO LONGER FOR SALE

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by jdlovejoy4, May 26, 2012.

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  1. jdlovejoy4

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    drool

    need any yard work?
     
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    unfired-maybe, but plenty of cylinder scribe on that gun, which takes a significant amount of dollars right off the top...
     
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    comon love thats poor salesmanship and a free bump
     
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    Hope ya'll don't mind a little thread hijack? About the "generation" thing with Colt single actions........I have (not for sale BTW) a couple of Colt New Frontier revolvers (.45 Colt & .44 special) ser #'s 13***NF and 14***NF that were made sometime in the 1960's I think. Would they be considered 2nd generation or 3rd generation?
     
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    2nd gens mfg 1956 to 1975. After that 3rd gens. Would give opinion of value but love joy isn't interested.
     
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    the cylinder charge holes show evidence that the gun was fired. Just look at the gunk...
     
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    Ok, Thanks to Slugo its no longer forsale. Never can a guy list something here and not have a smart ass comment from a jackass 1,000 miles away who is a expert on everything. Slug have you ever heard of packing grease???? I tried to wipe most of it out prior to taking the pics, but obviously your the expert.
     
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    I AGREE!

    my stuff ain't for sale anymore either!!
     
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    My what thin skin...
     
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    I missed all the fun! I assume joyous was duping or overpricing again?! Tom Rhoads
     
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    Oh well, I got an answer to my question, thank's mountainsteve.

    Judging from the seriel #s on my two New Frontier's I guess they're 3rd generation and were both made in 1981.

    John C. Saubak
     
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    Maybe he can part it out.
     
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    Joyous and I had a go-around a year or so ago as he always had "chopped" up model 12s and I questioned him on whether he ever offered a good one and he took homage to my question! Tom Rhoads
     
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    Wow what a shock Tom Rhoads has an opinon about something he knows nothing about. Aww thats cute Tommy. Do you feel like you have some self-worth now. Go back to bed now, the adults are talking now honey.

    I have never made a negative comment about anything someone has listed here. I wish I could say the same for the others here.
     
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    To quote that great Philosopher,Humanitarian and Man-About-Town Rodney King..."Can't We ALL Just Get Along?"....HTH....Mike S.
     
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