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Some time ago, I watched a Clint Eastwood movie with my wife and developed a lust for the re-issue #3 Schofield.
I am now considerable poorer as a result of being the proud owner of 3 of them.
I have a shooter ( wonderfully pleasant to shoot and very accurate ).
I have a new w/papers in the big box.
I have a new w/o box or papers in Nickle, s/n prefix NKL00XX.
Does anyone know how this was originally packed. What box / papers? Where these might be found?
I was on the old sight , but lost in transition.
Thanks,

BB03 in NC
 

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I don't know about the packaging, but congratulations on a nice gun. Frank goodjob01
 

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My Schofield 2000 came with the gun in a blue plastic box and the presentation case packed in a cardboard box with papers etc.

Hope that helps

Chuck
 

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OK bluebird03, apparently you aren't familiar with the rules...........

No teasing fellow forumites - we need pictures man! BouncyG
 

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LeMat is correct. You will be required to walk to each member's house to show them the three pistols
Or post a couple pics :mrgreen:
 

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azmick said:
LeMat is correct. You will be required to walk to each member's house to show them the three pistols
Or post a couple pics :mrgreen:
That's right - and you have to start at my place. Better start hoofin' it. ;)
 
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