3 Old Model Single sixes? We have been having so much fun with that Single six I just got my wife wants me to get another one so we can have shooting games without having to change shooters every shot. We got a piece of plywood painted like a checkerboard and take turns shooting the dark squares. Mostly shoot CB shorts since they are quiet enough there is no need for hearing protection.
I don't think she will let me get a big bore right now since she wants another Single Six. LOL
My single six fun guns. The hunter always has the mag cylinder in it, the .17HMR always has the Red Dot on it, and the 5-1/2" is just right for plinking as shown. They all have Wolf 30oz trigger springs in them, stock hammer springs, deflashed and polished articulating works. Lots of fun to shoot them.
Here are a few more.With the exception of the 5 1/2"er on the left side, the other three are "star" guns. All the guns on the left side are "63" prefixed and the 9 1/2" # 28452 was shipped two months before the 4 5/8" # 8141. The shortie on the right is a Lipseys special order, and the 5 1/2" is a recent purchase from Ace,2005, and is a great shooter. The 9 1/2" and the Lipseys, remain unfired. The 4 5/8" "star", is my motorcyle-4 wheeler carry gun. It is also my favorite. Big Larry