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Pizza Bob

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About Pizza Bob

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    S&W Revolver Fanboy
  • Birthday 03/23/1951

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    Central/West NJ - Mercer County
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    Cars, pool, Southwestern pottery
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    EFGA or wherever someone will guest me in

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  1. Maybe you're trying to buy the wrong guns. LOL
  2. Pizza Bob


    A consecutively serial numbered pair of 1988 Iditarod Commemorative 629-1's - complete with presentation cases and all boxes, docs and tools. 2 of 545 produced. Adios, Pizza Bob
  3. Just FYI, Culina and Keith Brown are two of the premiere grip makers for S&W's. Their artistry is unsurpassed and so are their prices. Here are shufly's Culina grips - or stocks as we S&W aficionados prefer... I'll let shufly tell you more about them. Shufly: I think you are on the right track - these would do a 27 or 29 justice, but I would say none newer than a -2 iteration. If I were you, I'd also consider a 25-2 or a 24-3 - assuming these are square butt and not a round to square conversion. Adios, Pizza Bob
  4. It would seem that way, wouldn't it? Do you think I could claim him as a dependent? (NOTE: Rich is my FFL - DBA Kulak Arms out of Lawrenceville, NJ)
  5. Chris: I have seldom seen anybody respond favorably to a post like yours. Especially in light of the fact that you are looking for primo S&W revolvers. Not sure what you have against buying on line. I can't begin to tell you how many Smiths I've bought on line and have never been disappointed, for that matter I just bought two about 15 minutes ago (consecutive serial number 629-1's). Nice to be able to hold and fondle before you buy, but if you want a piece that does those Culina's justice you are going to pay salty anyway. Buy from a reputable source like Fugate or one of the other collectors. I'd also suggest you use the S&W forum classifieds. Good luck with your hunt. Adios, Pizza Bob
  6. How about narrowing it down a little? Barrel length? Blued or nickel? What specific model (29-2, 27-4 etc)? Stainless acceptable (629 or 627)? Classic versions acceptable? What do you intend to use it for? I looked on just one for sale site and they listed 92 model 27's and 110 model 29's, also over a hundred 629's - and, as I said, that was one web site. Adios, Pizza Bob
  7. Given my mobility and balance issues, I'm not sure that I could still competently ride a bicycle, however, I really didn't want to give up riding - so, while I have put in very little time on my new conveyance - I still wanted to have the option of whether to ride or not. This was my solution... Catrike Trail Adios, Pizza Bob
  8. Don't think I'd term myself a fan, but I still have mine, even though it hasn't been ridden in probably two decades LOL. It's a Marin Eldridge Grade done in white with neon pink, green and yellow spatters. Adios, Pizza Bob
  9. Thanks David. The 25-14 (.45 ACP/AR) is one of 250 Lew Horton specials (they made 500 total - 250 blue / 250 nickel). Found it at the Oaks gun show marked with a ridiculously low price. I think that people ignored it because it had K-frame target stocks on it, which don't fit and just look horrible. I made the dealer a lower offer, but told them they could keep the grips. They went for it and it became part of my collection. Adios, Pizza Bob
  10. AE45SJAP1 Thanks. LMK Adios, Pizza Bob
  11. The idea is that I want to buy such a small quantity locally., not via the net. But thanks.
  12. Would like to prevail upon the members of this forum to help me find a LGS that has Federal Syntech .45 ACP with the 220 grain bullet in stock. They make both a 230 gr and a 220 gr - I am only interested in the 220 gr. I only want to buy a couple boxes (100 rounds) to try before I go "whole hog". Anybody that finds some of this in the near future, please either post here or PM me. Thanks for your help. Adios, Pizza Bob
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