Dumping photos I took for you today at the Museum of Northwest Colorado.
Probably the best collection of Western Americana in the world - I mostly took pictures of the guns but this is a pretty impressive collection that includes all sorts of Cowboy/gunfighter history.
let me know if you are interested in any particular photos and I can touch em up a bit for better quality, 4kek is really making it a bitch to post these pics right now.
Enjoy! Also, I took a ton of pics and didn't bother to organize them so bear with me.
This is all at the Museum of Northwest Colorado. Not familiar with Buffalo Bill Historical Center but this museum does have a book signed by Bill and one of his saddles that was made in town.
sorry for any double posts boys, the chans are being fickle with me for some reason.
k i've got a lot and 4chan is being a total cunt with these uploads idk why
Do you have a good picture of that New Service?
going to stop dumping I guess, really surprised no one wants to see this stuff.
I'll find my pics of the Custer Colt that has a serial number placing it at the Battle of Little Big Horn and then I guess /k/ can let this thread die
preddy disappointed no one cares about these cool guns :/
Well I certainly not going to lick your balls or anything but would like to see the Custer Colt.
We fans of frontier era weapons tend to be the strong silent type.
Pretty cool stuff OP.
Why don't you keks look up a collection of really high end material.
Cowan's auction in Ohio has a massive sale of firearms that began yesterday and runs through this weekend. Check out that shit.
You can see it on their website or on BidSquare.com
Black powder? Hands down the Remy. Cartridge era? The Smith for sure. The Colts were always the Chevy's of guns. They worked and everyone knew how to use them/fix them/trade them
What's funny is my dad owns a original 1873 colt peacemaker with a original box of .45 long colt and a 1873 Winchester made in 1876 I pray that when he passes on I get them before my bitch antigun sister gets them and sells them
Ah I do have a box of Havana cigars that my granddad gave me and a bottle of unopened bottle of scotch from 1979 I hope it's still good anything to keep those guns out of my sisters cunt hands after she sold my granddads IBM m1 grand he brought home after ww2 along with my great uncles type 99 with the jap markings still untouched on it for 600 bucks
IBM M1 Carbine. They didn't make Garands.