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    Big Mouth
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    Could you bring in one of the uberti baby rolling blocks in 22lr I believe Taylor's has them as I well.I am currently looking for one

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    HELP! I sold my soul to the internet driller212's Avatar
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    The 1858 with cartridge conversion is on my want list
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    anything they list we can get. our price to you is same as you see on their site. just convert to Canadian dollars.
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    Tayler Cattleman Photo Engraved .45 4-3/4" Tayler tuned! P&A please.

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    1858 conversions. 45lc and 8" barrel. X2

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    The critical part determining classification of the revolving carbines is the design of the grip frame. If the grip frame is esentially the same as the handgun, accepting the same components (see circuit judge), the gun is restricted. In the Uberti revolving carbine the grip frame is not the same and components like the hammer spring to not interchange with the handgun. Therefore it meets all criteria to be non-restricted and is classified as such.

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    Would the 1858 Navy Revolving carbine be non restricted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prophet River View Post
    We are planning to bring more of these items. They seem to be getting more popular. We will be stocking them in greater amounts as we build our inventory in them. Here are a few coming on Tuesday. These are not on our website yet.


    1875 Outlaw 7.5" 45 LC White Finish Photo Engraved (2)
    $1199.00
    Attachment 152187

    Runnin Iron 1873 Cattleman 4.75" .45 LC Blued (2)
    $799.00
    Attachment 152189

    1847 Walker Blue 9" .44 (1)
    $699.00
    Attachment 152190

    Smokewagon 5.5" .357 Deluxe (1)
    $979.00
    Attachment 152191

    Cattleman Revolving Carbine 18" 45 LC (1) NON RESTRICTED!
    $1099.00
    Attachment 152192
    The 1875 outlaw is on my list but can't afford the sweet engraved model, are you getting the basic ( much less expensive) model in for those of us with not so deep wallets?
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