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 on: Yesterday at 09:15:03 pm 
Started by warbucks16 - Last post by warbucks16
Remington Cylinder Latch Pin

Wanted to buy a Cylinder latch pin for my Uberti1858 New Army.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:13:57 pm 
Started by Major E A Sterner - Last post by pony express
Even though I sill got a few years to go, seems like I'm always leaking blood, sometimes don't even notice until my wife does. She can't understand how I can't remember what caused it, but then maybe in 15 years when she catches up to me, she'll understand better.

Picked up some previously unknown to me powder today, MAXAM CSB1. Local gun shop had a 55lb keg of it, it was a "BYOB" thing. So I checked my reloading shed and had a couple empties, bought some. Pistol and shotgun powder, used in RIO shotshells from Spain. Found several threads online where people had tried it. Supposed to be somewhere between Unique and Green dot. Came with some pistol and shotgun data. Soon as it cools off enough to reload a few rounds, I'll see how it works.

 on: Yesterday at 09:01:17 pm 
Started by 67flh - Last post by yahoody
What bullets and powders are you guys using?

Favorite or most accurate hand gun loads?

 on: Yesterday at 08:45:55 pm 
Started by Red Cent - Last post by Red Cent
Well, the Oxalic acid didn't work. Made the rest of the holster looked lighter and brighter but the spots are still there. A piece of lemon rubbed on the spots had no effect.
Bought some nitrile gloves. PITA.
I might just put something together taking all the precautions I can think of and see what happens with natural (no dye) leather.

Something bothers me. The absence of comment from some of the most experienced leatherworkers is deafening. Makes me wonder what.........................................

 on: Yesterday at 08:42:37 pm 
Started by Drydock - Last post by Niederlander
Get your mind out of the gutter, Doug!  Seriously, all this talk about '95's makes me realize I need to finish fitting the recoil pad to mine and get it shooting again.  I NEEDED just one more project!

 on: Yesterday at 08:39:51 pm 
Started by john boy - Last post by wildman1
Pettifogger your name came up today in a conversation I was havin here in Pelham. I was talkin to Piney Woods, Ida May, Wild Bill,and Captain Morgan. wM1

 on: Yesterday at 08:28:53 pm 
Started by john boy - Last post by wildman1
If it was in a large plastic blister pack it is new.  You use to be able to buy 1000 primers in a little tiny box because there were just ten tins in there.  The past few years Remington has put the cap tins in a blister pack so they can be hung on a hook on the retailer's shelves.  A 1000 now comes in a BIG box.

Old on left, new on right.  If you got the ones on the right for $2.99 run, do not walk, back there and buy all they have.

Mine are in the blister pack. According to you they are new. And I did buy all that they had and still have a little over a thou of them. wM1

 on: Yesterday at 08:26:36 pm 
Started by john boy - Last post by wildman1
Houlton, ME at a WallMart that had been open about 6 months. It was in the middle of January and we stopped to buy something, I don't remember what. They had way overstocked on BP hunting supplies and I filled two saddle bags with .490RB's and percussion caps. (We were riding snowmobiles.)  wM1

 on: Yesterday at 08:26:24 pm 
Started by Drydock - Last post by G.W. Strong
Hoorah!  Scored a complete set of Musket wood off Ebay!

Now we know Drydock has wood Roll Eyes

 on: Yesterday at 08:24:38 pm 
Started by major - Last post by major
I made some blanks for my 44-40 revolver with .44 mag cases, large pistol primers and 29 grains of black powder.  I shot about 18 out of the revolver and non of the primers backed out.

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