Dance & Brothers, TX Gunmakers of the Confederacy.
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FFL is not required
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8/3/2017 6:14 PM
Item 671458865
Location Flatonia, TX 78941
Priority Mail$15.00
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No international shipments
Payment USPS Money Order, Certified Check
Checkout Yes
Sales Tax
Seller must collect sales tax from the following states:
TX 8.25%   
Inspection/ Return Policy
AS IS - No refund or exchange

The seller of this item assumes all responsibility for this listing. You must contact the seller to resolve any questions or concerns before placing a bid. Payment must be made using U.S. dollars ($) unless otherwise stated in the listing. Firearms may only be shipped to a licensed dealer (FFL Holder). Some listed items may not be legal in every state. Complete your purchase within the law.

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This Volume by Gary Wiggins printed in 1986, tells the story of this gun making family and the guns they built. While the full story of Dance & Bros. has yet to be told this book pulls back the curtain on this firearms maker that built guns (revolvers) for the confederacy. The book is in very good condition, and the dust jacket is good. Great pictures and ample text bring this story to life
We are a small town gun shop in central Texas, we sell mostly brand new guns in the box. Our new guns have not been handled, spun, or dry fired. The picture shown is of the same make and model you will receive, but may be a different serial number than the picture. In other words we don't photograph each gun. We also may use a file photo, but the picture will be of the same make and model you will receive. You must send us a clear copy of the FFL you want us to ship to and a certified bank check or USPS money order, it's best to send them in the same envelope if possible. If you are a new bidder to Gun Broker please email us for help on doing your first purchase. We work hard to provide a decent product at a reasonable price. We never use reserve pricing or penny auctions. We start the minimum bid price at or very near our actual cost of the firearm, and let the market dictate the final price you pay. NO gimmicks or tricks to get you bidding, just a good firearm at a reasonable price, plus your dealing with a mom&pop business not a big box gun store. Thanks for looking at our firearms..
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