N law wrote:Uh oh! Everyone is going to jump you because you picture shows upside down!!!
Not on my laptop. That is wierd.
N law wrote:Your Santa seems a lot more giving than mine!
Actually, the rifle, mount, scope and ammo holder cost a total of about $300. Bass Pro had the rifle on sale for $249 minus $25 for putting it on the Bass Pro CC. The 4-12x40 Simmons scope was $50 minus a $30 rebate. So I'll bet your two revolvers cost Santa more than my "present".
BTW: I love SA revolvers! I have two .44 cal Pietta 1858 New Army cap and ball revolvers and a NAA .22 cap mini cap and ball revolver; all SA.
N law wrote:My buddy went home for thanksgiving(back to Memphis) and his mom offered him his grandpas only remaining gun. Apparently it was the only one his grandmother couldn't sell... It was the exact same thing that I got but his was German made. I think it was Rohm.
I totally understand. My grandfather's shotguns disappeared before I could claim them.
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