Which is the old timer?

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Bob Wright
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Which is the old timer?

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I had this Ruger Blackhawk .45 Colt built up about 1987 or 1989. After making this photo at the time and observing it, I thought at the time that the Ruger looked more like an old Colt than the Colt did:

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This is the look I have grown to like over the years.

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gunman42782
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Re: Which is the old timer?

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They both look mighty fine!
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Great job, enough character to deserve a name.
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Great job, enough character to deserve a name.
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I thought about naming my guns many ears ago, but decided against it. Like the legless dog, they won't come when called.

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Bob,
I've had a few bird dogs (GSH's) in my day that had all four legs that wouldn't come when called at the end of a good hunting day!
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