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Old 10-29-2010, 12:37 PM
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WTB old long action hammer and trigger WTB old long action hammer and trigger WTB old long action hammer and trigger WTB old long action hammer and trigger WTB old long action hammer and trigger  
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Default WTB old long action hammer and trigger

Hello! Picked up a nice 1905 4th change, 5inch for 130 bucks. Finish worn, no rust, barrel and chambers perfect. Shoots good. Someone dremeled trigger and hammer, effectively shortening the double action stroke. Could use a bare set, ( no hammer nose, etc.) but would like a complete set. Would like to get it as cheap as I can. Appearance means naught to me. As you can see by the price I paid, I'm a poor boy on fixed income! Thanks!
P.S. Also has a lot of endshake. Could use a new crane. ( Mine is the newer style that lets you slip the cylinder off)
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