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Old March 13th, 2019, 10:12 AM #21
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Old March 15th, 2019, 03:17 PM #22
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MACA Timonium Mar 16-17

Iím headed there early Sat. Looking to expand my Civil War collection.

If anyone is interested in a Yugo M48 bayonet with frog. I am bringing to show and strapping to my shoulder to sell. If it does not sell at show it will go into the classifieds.






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Old March 15th, 2019, 05:54 PM #23
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I should be there early tomorrow. Not working it this year but I’ll be walking around. One of the benefits of being a member of MACA is that you get into the show at 7:30 before it opens and it’s free.

Might be toting Lou45’s M1903A4 sniper around with me for show and tell. No...I’m not selling it.
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One of these years I'd like to obtain an original Kentucky/Pennsylvania flintlock rifle. I imagine this show is the best way to go about it.
Me too particularly from a Bedford area maker.
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Old March 16th, 2019, 01:16 PM #25
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20 min wait in line.
Ok who snagged the Finn marked Westinghouse Mosin over on the B row?


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Great show, picked up a nice Persian Mauser for a decent price.

Did anyone else stop by the Swiss rifle vender? They had some pristine K-11's
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Got there at 130. No lines. Wow. Overwhelmed with the displays and the goodies. Three very nice people looked at my 1898 krag carbine and pronounced it real and at different values. Saw dennis russell who wrote the book on 2nd generation colts ( highly recommended his book if you like these BP revolvers). Such a nice gentleman. And then when my feet couldn’t take it any more,
( hurt the big tow kicking a heavy bag yesterday) i left. 3 hrs or so. Very worthwhile.
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Got there at 130. No lines. Wow. Overwhelmed with the displays and the goodies. Three very nice people looked at my 1898 krag carbine and pronounced it real and at different values. Saw dennis russell who wrote the book on 2nd generation colts ( highly recommended his book if you like these BP revolvers). Such a nice gentleman. And then when my feet couldnít take it any more,
( hurt the big tow kicking a heavy bag yesterday) i left. 3 hrs or so. Very worthwhile.
Did any of them offer to buy it from you? A real '98 carbine is worth north of $4000. I'm going to assume they matched it to a SRS direct hit for a '98 carbine if they confirmed it was real.
I fondled your Krag at several shows (before you bought it) and I would have sworn it was a Bannerman Carbine.
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Had a great time at the show today. Got a bunch of oddball ammo for a good price. Went there looking for one item in particular and managed to find it, an Austro-Hungarian M1870/74 Gasser revolver. Even managed to get a good deal on it too. Saw a few other milsurp rifles that I wanted but I blew my cash on the revolver.
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Had a great time at the show today. Got a bunch of oddball ammo for a good price. Went there looking for one item in particular and managed to find it, an Austro-Hungarian M1870/74 Gasser revolver. Even managed to get a good deal on it too. Saw a few other milsurp rifles that I wanted but I blew my cash on the revolver.
I almost sprung for a Danish Krag, but settled for a percussion pre-CW boot gun. Your Gasser had me drooling.
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