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Last Post 01 Jan 1900 12:00 AM by  Anonymous
.44 flattop 7-1/2 inch
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Alice Cooper
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23 Feb 2013 12:27 AM
    I found a flattop in excellent condition last week and bought it. according to my limited knowlege,the 7-1/2 inch flattop .44 magnum may be a bit rarer than some. the serial number is 17067 and has walnut grips. as usual, there is flecking on the hammer, but it is VERY minimal. I paid 500 cash,that I had gotten from selling a t.c. contender with two barrels, which I had no desire for, and a s&w 63 pinned barrel .22 which was my SECOND s&w with a cocked barrel. no more sA&w junk for me! is my single action ruger rare?
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    flattop44
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    23 Feb 2013 05:44 AM
    Welcome and you did good!!! I have not seen a .44 FT 7-1/2"" under $1,000 in many years. Pretty scarce barrel length.
    Bill
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    Alice Cooper
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    23 Feb 2013 05:49 AM
    oops.i posted twice. when I got past 60, seems like I NEVER get things right the first time....thanks flattop. I cast a few tumble-lube bullets today and gonna try to run by the range tomorrow and empty a few hulls. or tell a few lies...
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