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Quigley Sharps

Post by sharps1859 » Thu Dec 23, 2004 3:40 pm

Bringing this thread back to the Quigley guns. There were three made. Mr. Selleck is keeping one, one is being donated to the National Firearms Museum, and one will go to some lucky person.

If you saw the National Firearms Museum exhibit "Real Guns of Reel Heroes" a couple of years back, it had the rifle Mr. Selleck is retaining.
It looked like it had been shot a bit.

I've had the chance to handle all three rifles.

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Post by Kelley O. Roos » Thu Dec 23, 2004 8:07 pm

Ray,

Unless your talking the Car or the animal, I never have.

How about an Ariel 4? or Matchless?

I used to have a Thiumph Thunderbird and a BSA trident, that Trident was a piece of crap.

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Post by Lee Stone » Thu Dec 23, 2004 8:30 pm

sharps1959

Thanks for the correction. I misstated that there were two functional .45/110 rifles made for the film plus two or more with solid aluminium barrels that were used for stunts and for throwing around. I knew of the two Mr. Selleck had in his possession, was not aware there were three.
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Post by Ray Newman » Thu Dec 23, 2004 11:03 pm

kelley: the now defunct Whiter Truck Company had a model that they call the the Mustang. A real work horse....
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Post by Texas Shooter » Thu Dec 23, 2004 11:27 pm

sharps1859:

All right I give............. How did you have a chance to handle all three?

(Not necessarily a challendge, just a touch of jealousy.)

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Post by Texas Shooter » Thu Dec 23, 2004 11:35 pm

Beruisis:

What's the skinny about your name, "Beruisis?"


Inquiring minds want to know....................


BTW: When and where do you make smoke with your Sharps?

I usually go to the Collin County Gun Range off 380, or Backwoods off 380 toward Denton.

If you are interested in shooting sometime, maybe we can get together and punch some paper.

I hear there is a good 1000 yard range just south of Ft. Worth.

Texas Shooter
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Post by Texas Shooter » Thu Dec 23, 2004 11:49 pm

Capt. Call

We welcome all foreners. (Even Yankee's) ;-)

When you are in the area, if you would be interesting in shooting a bit, you would be welcome as well. Maybe you could teach us "Texicans" a thang or to 'bout shooten.

Could you bring you gun down? Would love to see it. If not, you would be welcome to shoot mine.

If nothing else, we could visit and sip some good single malt.

Texican's like to be hospitable.

Texas Shooter

That goes for you to, Berusis.
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Post by Beruisis » Fri Dec 24, 2004 9:03 am

Texas Shooter, regarding that name, I do not like it. Its a name that I picked up in my world travels that stuck with me & I occasionaly use for a password. When signing on to this forum I had no idea that I was signing it as my handle....I thought it was another password. I had to explain this all to Rdnk some time ago also.
I used to shoot at a piece of property outside Gordonville. Now I do most of my shooting at the hunting lease west of Nocona on the Red River or at the BPCR matches.

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