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    Paterson find

    went to cabbalas today to buy a Henry 357 carbine, was looking in the library for a 357 marlin or winchester, dint see any, but saw this,
    I couldn't believe the price,,

    I've wanted one forever but there pricey even off dixie, i got this for less than 200.00 smackers
    and i plan to shoot the heck out of it, so IM DOING THE HAPPY DANCE
    .357 henry carbine and this all in one day

    whew i need to buy a lottery ticket


    cheers
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    SEMPER PARATUS

    NOT the brightest crayon in the box
    Mostly Snapped, Cracked, and Worn out,
    BUT i can still make a Mark

    Self-Pro-Claimed Chicken Farmer,,,,For every chicken egg, theres more Chicken Poo to clean up
    ,
    LOOK MISTER,
    for the LAST TIME
    I'm telling ya, ya can't get theya from heya, less ya was born theya, cause der aint no road up theya

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    Good buy on that Patty did it come with the loading bar

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    no it didn't, I've got to find one or get one from dixie,
    supposedly its a uberti says the paperwork, but it has NO markings on it, or under the grips, (and uberti and pietta loves to stamp there pistols all up)
    and looking closer at it, I'm thinking its an original finish,,,still deciding, if so its NOT been abused at all. some very slight wear on the cylinder cocking holes?
    tight to pull barrel off the frame, zero scratches/wear
    cylinder loading holes are still blued with no powder burn wear

    Quote Originally Posted by 35 shooter View Post
    Good buy on that Patty did it come with the loading bar
    SEMPER PARATUS

    NOT the brightest crayon in the box
    Mostly Snapped, Cracked, and Worn out,
    BUT i can still make a Mark

    Self-Pro-Claimed Chicken Farmer,,,,For every chicken egg, theres more Chicken Poo to clean up
    ,
    LOOK MISTER,
    for the LAST TIME
    I'm telling ya, ya can't get theya from heya, less ya was born theya, cause der aint no road up theya

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    Where's the little thingy that hangs down, that makes them go bang? You are on a ROLL! A two-fer! Congratulations!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kraynky View Post
    Where's the little thingy that hangs down, that makes them go bang? You are on a ROLL! A two-fer! Congratulations!
    Doesn't stick out until its hammer is pulled back.most were carried
    in coat pockets or under belts I'm liking the rifle too
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    little bang thingy

    half cock, the little bang think hanging down--LMAO
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    SEMPER PARATUS

    NOT the brightest crayon in the box
    Mostly Snapped, Cracked, and Worn out,
    BUT i can still make a Mark

    Self-Pro-Claimed Chicken Farmer,,,,For every chicken egg, theres more Chicken Poo to clean up
    ,
    LOOK MISTER,
    for the LAST TIME
    I'm telling ya, ya can't get theya from heya, less ya was born theya, cause der aint no road up theya

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    LOL! Where were all of the lawyers back then? Imagine if a firearm came out like that today! Never happen!
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    zero manufacturers markings, or numbers for a year/date

    this is driving me nuts,

    Pietta website shows they stamp numbers on the bottom of the grip frame, and some have markings all over the barrel and sides of the frame.

    Uberti doesnt have them on there website--GGRrrrrrrrr maybe discontinued?


    I can tell its never been fired, Ill soon fix THAT PROBLEM
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    SEMPER PARATUS

    NOT the brightest crayon in the box
    Mostly Snapped, Cracked, and Worn out,
    BUT i can still make a Mark

    Self-Pro-Claimed Chicken Farmer,,,,For every chicken egg, theres more Chicken Poo to clean up
    ,
    LOOK MISTER,
    for the LAST TIME
    I'm telling ya, ya can't get theya from heya, less ya was born theya, cause der aint no road up theya

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    That's really cool!
    Congratulations John


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