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    Wow, looks like a really nice trip. Yeah, that gun is interesting.
    Flint Ridge is great.

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    Cisco Jack goes to Texas!-img_1914-jpg
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    Cisco Jack goes to Texas!-img_1915-jpg
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    Cisco Jack goes to Texas!-img_1923-jpg
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    Man those old guns were sexy, so much more than today’s assault rifles, thanks Cisco

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    An eagle talon necklace, Buffalo Bill, Cody.......


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    What a great vacation you had and to find some points to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cisco Jack View Post
    Didn't give any details with the posted pix, so here goes.........

    Pix 14, 15, 16 Mesa Verde, Mancos, CO

    Pix 17, 19, 22, 23, 27 Anasazi Heritage Center, Dolores, CO
    Met Mr Crosspatch for breakfast in Cortez, then he took me to this museum.
    A finer gentleman you've never met!!!!
    Thank you Sir!

    Pix 24, 25, 32 Yellowstone

    Pic 26 Bryce Canyon NP, Panguitch, UT
    Met a friend from several old forums dating back nearly 20 years and he guided us through this park.

    Pix 30, 31, 33, 36, 38, 39 Buffalo Bill Museum, Jackson, WY

    Pic 34 Jackson, WY

    Going to post some more soon.
    Thanks for looking.
    Thanks for the nice comment, Jack. I wish we could have spent a little more time together. Looks like you had an incredible vacation.
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    Next time!
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    Man those old guns were sexy, so much more than today’s assault rifles
    No argument there. But some were sexier than others, and (funny you should mention) Buffalo Bill's own Ballard tops them all in the lever gun category.

    One of the more famous of all Bullards is this 40 - 90 express rifle serial #282 which was presented to Buffalo Bill Cody by the Bullard Repeating Arms Company. This fine example of a Bullard large frame repeater was on display in the Buffalo Bill Museum, Buffalo Bill Historic Centre, Cody, WY U.S.A. until August 2001. This may be the only Bullard with a Buffalo Bill conection. It is currently for sale with a purchase price of $135,000.00 US.
    (That was some time ago).

    http://bullardrepeatingarms.homestea...llard_full.jpg

    Close up:

    http://bullardrepeatingarms.homestea...ard_breach.jpg

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