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Old 08-01-2019, 11:39 AM
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Lots of online places include free shipping - so you only have to pay your transfer - $25 for me. I was able to buy my Wrangler from Rural King and have it shipped to their store.
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New store in town has guns, got to handle the black Wrangler, as has been said, it it heavier than expected, feels 'substantial'. Had a gun lock on so no way to try the pull.
$210ish out the door.....I dont need it but.....
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Old 08-24-2019, 02:09 PM
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Bought this one a few weeks ago. I had a pair of extra walnut grips that I had made for my Single Six and put them on, they fit perfect except just a tad too short for the frame but they still look good.
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Old 08-24-2019, 02:48 PM
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My buddy just got a Lipsey Bearcat. Those have adjustable sights. The front was angled so far off the left it was impossible to zero the revolver. How is the sight alignment of the Wrangler. They must vary some.
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Bought this one a few weeks ago. I had a pair of extra walnut grips that I had made for my Single Six and put them on, they fit perfect except just a tad too short for the frame but they still look good.
Looks nice oleshooter. I ordered a silver one...will have to keep my eyes open for walnut grips.
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Bought this one a few weeks ago. I had a pair of extra walnut grips that I had made for my Single Six and put them on, they fit perfect except just a tad too short for the frame but they still look good.
I'm not normally a fan of walnut, but those have some nice figuring in them. A couple of coats of TruOil would really bring that beautiful grain "out".
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I'm not normally a fan of walnut, but those have some nice figuring in them. A couple of coats of TruOil would really bring that beautiful grain "out".
Come to think of it, I have a Colt SAA with black plastic grips and I would never dream of putting walnut grips on it. But when I see walnut on the silver Wrangler I really like it. Either way it's a winner.
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Nice guns guys! I have one on backorder. Can't wait until it gets here!
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Old 10-01-2019, 09:09 PM
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j have one question ---

i see the drag mark on the cylinder in many photos , no big deal its a gun that gets used , i get it from that standpoint ,

i see two grooves in many cylinders toward the rear , looks nice but i know it has no real use ,

why not ... put those grooves where the drag marks occur ? just askin ,
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got a black wrangler from smga.com for $179, free shipping to my $10 ffl. lgs had it at $249 plus tax.

just put 200+ rounds of remington golden bullets through it. awesome.


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The drags are from the sharp edge of the locking bolt rising too soon under the cylinder, riding the cyl. long before needed. You will sometimes see the drag start somewhere between that last lock notch and the next, it varies on when the bolt rises. You didnt see this on well fitted revolvers in the 'good old days' of craftsmen assembling them. Rugers have been worse about this than Colts or S&Ws. Love my Ruger revolvers but this is an aggravation.
I 'break' the inside edge of my new revolver bolt (that is the contact edge) with a stone which helps a lot and does not affect lock up.
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I was in the market for a cheaper single action as a coon trapping dispatch gun, and read about the Wrangler in American Frontiersman magazine. I watched some Youtube videos, and an hour later I'd ordered one from Grabagun.

It's a keeper!!! Bought the holster from a guy in Ohio, on eBay for $68 and it fits perfectly!!





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