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#1 Honky Cat

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Posted 28 March 2010 - 11:02 AM

A while back I posted something about my .44 cap and ball revolver's trigger spring breaking. The only place I found one at first was Cabelas. But the one they had was included in a $30 parts group. I didn't feel like buying a bunch of stuff I didn't need to get that one little spring. So I kept looking and found two sites that offered the parts individually. The first was Cimarron Firearms, which wanted $7 for the spring. Then I found Dixie Gun Works, which wanted $3.50 for the same spring and I could order online. So I ordered two of them with shipping for about $13 total.

Seems like I found a good deal. Just thought I would ask if any of you guys have heard of/done business with this company.

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Posted 28 March 2010 - 12:44 PM

Dixie Gun Works has been around for a long long time. They are one of the major dealers in anything related to muzzleloaders and replica firearms. I haven't bought anything from them in quite a while but was happy with everything I did buy.



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Posted 28 March 2010 - 08:22 PM

Like Spirithawk said they have been in business for a long time. I have not done business with them but would not hesitate to do so.
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