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William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody (February 26, 1846 – January 10, 1917) was an American scout, bison hunter, and showman. He was born in Le Claire, Iowa Territory (now the U.S. state of Iowa), but he lived for several years in his father's hometown in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, before the family returned to the Midwest and settled in the Kansas Territory.
Buffalo Bill started working at the age of eleven, after his father's death, and became a rider for the Pony Express at age 14. During the American Civil War, he served the Union from 1863 to the end of the war in 1865. Later he served as a civilian scout for the US Army during the Indian Wars, receiving the Medal of Honor in 1872.
One of the most colorful figures of the American Old West, Buffalo Bill's legend began to spread when he was only twenty-three. Shortly thereafter he started performing in shows that displayed cowboy themes and episodes from the frontier and Indian Wars. He founded Buffalo Bill's Wild West in 1883, taking his large company on tours in the United States and, beginning in 1887, in Great Britain and continental Europe.
I need to feed the AR so I'm looking to trade some pistol ammo.
Winchester USA Ready 115gr Flat Nose FMJ - 100rds
Aguila 130gr FMJ - 50rds
38 Special +p:
Buffalo Bore Heavy 125gr LV JHP - 25rds
Looking to trade for 180rds of .223/5.56. Don't need anything...
Oops ! The Buffalo Bore .45 Colt ammo pictured above is in the original packaging with all 50 rounds present. They have been on the shelf a while so I thought maybe someone else could use them .They are the 325 grain Lead Flat Nose rated at 1325 fps. I am asking $75 ftf. I also have a box of...
Moved to gunbroker
I need to get this gone so I can replace it with calibers I need. Everything is now negotiable including shipping.
1 500rd. Case of Fiocchi 250gr. LFP Cowboy Action ammo. The case showed up with a ding in one corner, but it didn't mess up the boxes.
Purchased from Buffalo Bore Ammunition in the spring of 2017. Sold from manufacturer at $39.96 ($1.99/round)..
Asking price is $25. Willing to trade for 10mm or 9mm "target/training" ammunition.
Rounds have never been loaded into a magazine or pistol.
Thanks for taking a look! Photos can...
One partial box of BB 45 colt heavy 325gr lead flat nose, 42 rounds left and one piece of fired brass. It was hard to price this out as some retailers want over $80 for this and since I'm missing a couple rounds I'm setting the price at $40. Trades that would draw my attention would be 9mm...
I hope this is the appropriate forum. So I finally had the chance to shoot my Bisley 45 side by side my Rossi 92SRC, also in 45 Colt.
Using (45 Colt) Buffalo Bore loads at 325gr. at 1325 FPS through the Rossi, there was considerable bulging just above the rim of the case.
However there was no...
Heavy 44 mag 305gr hard cast. Box of 20
I bought this per a Spotmans Warehouse employee recommendation and I later read that this ammo isn't really suitable for a S&W 329 PD. It's pretty much a paper weight to me.
Recently I have been tossing around the idea to get a new firearm for a bear defense gun. I'm moving onto a heavily wooded ranch and there is talk of a very large and very curious black bear on the property, so naturally I'm using it as a partial excuse to buy a new firearm.
There's a lot of...