Single action six shooters?

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Re: Single action six shooters?

Postby Metro » 02 Apr 2015 22

Nice!! I think I'm gonna have to cave in and buy a nice belt too.
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Re: Single action six shooters?

Postby Archer » 02 Apr 2015 23

One of these days I'm going to have to get into single actions...

but I'm afraid I might start snapping them up like lever actions.
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Re: Single action six shooters?

Postby akuser47 » 03 Apr 2015 00

Wow can you do a thread that highlights your rig and knife looks great. We love hearing about this stuff to. Looks great
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Re: Single action six shooters?

Postby Hombre » 03 Apr 2015 08

I've seen some good reviews on the Heritage Rough Rider Big Bore. It's a Miami company now owned by Taurus that takes some Italian made Pietta parts and finishes and assembles them here so they can say "made in US" on the box, although the barrel says made in Italy. Go figure.

Seem to be well made and sell for a decent price. Bud's carries them.
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Re: Single action six shooters?

Postby TGC » 03 Apr 2015 18

Just say'in. The only dealing I've had with the heritage were not good. It was only a .22 but not a good experience. Just kind of turned me off to them.
Same way I bought a set of bridgestone tires one time and they were trouble and have never bought another set.
I might have just gotten lemons but it spoiled my taste for them forever.

aprayinbear,,, that is some nice leather work.

Metro, tell us how your .357 shoots.
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Re: Single action six shooters?

Postby TGC » 03 Apr 2015 19

Metro wrote:Nice!! I think I'm gonna have to cave in and buy a nice belt too.


BTW, triple k sells the belt to go with the holster you bought.http://www.cowboyneeds.com/740.html or the http://www.cowboyneeds.com/110.html

or to see all of the belts they sell http://www.cowboyneeds.com/tk_western.html

Read the "fitting" info closely on any brand you decide to get.

I bought the 740 and cheyenne holster for my blackhawk. I rarely use the belt but it is nice to have sometime.

Good luck to you.
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Re: Single action six shooters?

Postby Metro » 05 Apr 2015 03

I tell ya what TGC,thats where I bought the holster and my finger was hovering over "add to cart" on the combo belt/holster package but I chickened out figuring I'd just use one of my regular leather belts. Maybe the better word is cheapened out.
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Re: Single action six shooters?

Postby Moon Tree » 05 Apr 2015 15

I have that TripleK rig for my Blackhawk. I like it a lot.
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Re: Single action six shooters?

Postby massmanute » 08 Jun 2015 22

Heritage Mfg. Rough Rider: relatively low priced single action revolvers in various calibers, including .357 mag and .44 mag. They make some small bore revolvers as well. I have one of the .22 caliber revolvers and I like it pretty well.
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Re: Single action six shooters?

Postby Bibletotingunslinger » 14 Nov 2015 23

Archer wrote:One of these days I'm going to have to get into single actions...

but I'm afraid I might start snapping them up like lever actions.


Back in 83 I got mine, 5000 rounds later, I got one name for it,,,, my favorite

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