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    I'm doing my quarterly Gun cleaning and I thought I'd share some pics of a few of my babies, both pistol and rifle. This is my first love...Firearms. I grew up with Firearms then got into Archery.

    Ruger SuperBlackhawk .44 Magnum



    Ruger old Army Blackpowder



    Ruger Vaquero 44-40



    Starr Arms Co. new York. FAP Make in Italy. Repro. Black powder only .44 Cal.


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    Ruger Super BlackHawk .44 magnum.



    Ruger Vaquero .45 cal



    Ruger Old Army. it comes with two Cylinders. one for Black powder and one modern Ammunition.



    Ruger Bearcat .22


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    Ruger Mark 2 Target. My 11 year old son and I love to shoot this every other day. Inexpensive to and a tack driver.



    Ruger Sp101 .357 Mag. I carry this gun concealed alot. The Hammer doesn't seem to get in the way and I love the feel and balance of it.



    Ruger Vaquero .45 Cal.



    Another Ruger vaquero .45


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    Hi-Standard Model H-D Military. Another tack driver my son and I like to shoot.



    Smith and Wesson .357 Mag. I love the feel of the grip on this one.


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    I'm very proud of this rifle. One of my relatives carried this rifle during the Civil War and after. He was in a Pennsylvania regiment. My dad grew up playing with the rifle snapping the rifle. The rifle hung on the washroom wall for many years. Down the road, My father replaced the barrel due to rust and replaced the hammer and nipple due to snapping. Everything else is original.

    U.S Spring field. oversized .58 minnie ball.





    English Dog lock. Reproduction made in India.


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    More British Dog lock Pics,





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    The Engraved guns were done by my father. No Machine was used just an hammer and chisel. I'll post more pics as I go through cleaning the guns. The guns i don't shoot much get the white glove treatment. I clean them in and out and make sure I use a glove to place them back into the safe. A really thin coat of protective oil keeps the rust away. I don't want any oils from my hands sitting on the firearms I don't use much. I pull them out every Quarter or so and check to see if they need another protective coat. I have a great father. As I was growing up I always received a Pistol or rifle for my Birthday and Christmas. Except for one Birthday, I got a Dirt bike. My collection is well stocked. lol. I didn't care much for baseball cards, Atari, etc. Most of my rifles don't have Scopes and I mainly learned from my father..He wasn't a fan of Scopes. We did a lot of Cowboy shooting and Long range Modern Black powder Silhouette shooting. Open sights. As he aged, he did move on to an Old School Tube Scope for one of his Sharps. I just recently got into using modern scopes.

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    Wow what a collection,nice 22 pistols and i really like the last one a take it's black powder!

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    Ds,,nice...
    Ranger 6
    2011 Fire Cat 400 (Custom)
    2005 Martin SlayR
    2012 Mathews z7 Magnum
    2011 Prime Centerod
    2001 PSE Excellerator

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    Wow, just WOW. Beautiful collection and supurb engraving. Your dads work is awesome.
    I'm a Lefty


    2011 Martin Ridge Hunter
    2012 Rytera Alien Z
    2008 Diamond Marquis
    2008 Diamond Marquis
    2009 Bowtech Sentinel
    2009 Bowtech Sentinel

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