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The March Madness Mad Hatter hat sale is just a day away from being in the books. The antique gun (and a few modern weapons, some special gun books and accessories) is taking shape. It will start April 2 (so as not to be confused with The Buffalo Wool Company April 1st annual extravaganza). Be sure you are signed up for both our and their and our email list so you don't miss out on the opening "gun". And, yes, I am away from the store so shipping will start again April 4th.
Hat sale is winding down; Antique Gun (with a few modern firearms ) and similar stuff starts April 2. New guns added (almost) daily. Liquidation pricing!
Way too long between posts!

Way too long between posts!

As we all try and figure out why our "normal" is not any more, we have been extremely busy ... and we thank all of you, new friend and old, who have visited.  Many in person and even more on-line. 

You all understand that taking care of you is more important than posting ... so posting lost this past month, sorry.  But we'll fix that now.

Too much new ... both in news and in the store ... to put all in one post, so I'll quit shortly.

The old buffalo nickel rolls ... or actually half rolls, are one of the most exciting "find" for me lately.  They only contain 20 old buffalo nickels each - called "a half roll" (as most nickel rolls have 40 coins - $2.00 face value).  They all had to be rolled up before 1938 ... when the Jefferson nickel first came out .. as they have nothing but buffalo nickels in them!  3 different stamps - "Manhattan Company", Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and "Fifth Avenue Bank".   Look up the history of those!

These are all little gems.

So much more - new bison leather gun cases, new bison leather belt styles, great new art, new close out's from Trask shoes .... we keep filling the store and you great folks keep emptying it again;  Thank you.  

Enough for one post; more soon ... promise.



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