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 on: Today at 01:53:47 pm 
Started by half-hitch - Last post by half-hitch
As far as I'm concerned the mods can remove this post.  It's gone nowhere anyway.  I got my answers in another thread. 

 on: Today at 01:49:57 pm 
Started by half-hitch - Last post by half-hitch
Doesn't Cabelas have an "order-to-store" no shipping charge option?

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I just got back from Bass Pro, which is about 30 minutes closer to me than Cabela's.  After much arguing with them, they finally met Cabela's price.  They were trying to say that the kits weren't identical but they were after they looked at the right page.  In the end, I got the kit for $300 plus a $50 mail in rebate.  I also picked up some carbide (Hornady) dies for .45 Colt.

For you book readers out there, it has a nice, THICK book with the kit.   Tongue

I held off on the tumbler.  I want to get my feet wet before I start investing more money.  The guy at Bass Pro has been reloading for 30 years and recommended a digital scale because the kit comes with a beam scale that he says is really slow.  The one he recommended was $250 so I decided against that too.

Now I need to get online and order powder and bullets as well as some casings.  Who's the cheapest?  What bullets?  What powder?  What casings?  Who do most of you use for your supplies?  Online?  Local gun shop?

Thanks in advance.

 on: Today at 01:41:11 pm 
Started by half-hitch - Last post by half-hitch
All good answers but I don't know what I want.  I just know when I see it I'll know.  I'm looking for a nice lever gun in .44-40 or .45 Colt and I've seen mentioned the 1866 and 1873 as good ones to start with.  I know that Uberti is the manufacturer and Cimarron and Taylor (along with maybe a few others) are importers but finish the guns out differently.  I also know there are going to be pro's and con's regarding the different makes and models.  Without bothering everyone asking a million questions, I thought it'd be nice to have a place to look at posts on all of the rifles out there.  If I knew what I wanted then it would be as simple as going to the areas for that particular weapon.

Am I making any sense? Undecided

 on: Today at 01:10:54 pm 
Started by Scrouger and TBirdMike - Last post by Scrouger and TBirdMike

Would like to buy Spencer Barrel any condition

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 on: Today at 01:05:53 pm 
Started by john bange - Last post by john bange
still available...thanks for the thought...and the bump
seems like every one wants a 20" barrel and 38 cal. for less recoil but the long barrel on this one makes for a mild recoil.
I does not have any kind of action job and cycles 44/40's as fast as you can move the lever.  I put a piece of leather under the main spring to soften it up a tad.  very, very accurate rifle

 on: Today at 12:49:54 pm 
Started by yahoody - Last post by yahoody
No BP here.  We have a few 32wcf SAA hand guns that get shot on a regular basis and a 92 in the same.  This is the first 73.  But none of the holy black here Smiley  Likely won't be.  I'm too lazy to clean it.     

With 115gr bullets and Winchester powders the handguns and the Browning rifles are some of the most accurate guns I shoot.   Which is actually saying something if you knew everything I shoot on a regular basis.  The 1873 may yet  join that elite group but hasn't yet.  Partly sights I imagine and the terrible trigger.  It is a decent shooter just not stellar like the rest of the 32s we (wife has a pair of SAA and a Browning)  own.

 on: Today at 12:48:54 pm 
Started by Lord Eoin MacKenzie - Last post by Lord Eoin MacKenzie
I finally got some 7mmM ammo and dies.
I will pull down the Factory ammo and reload to starting charges for safety.
 I have numerous powders, both rifle and pistol, and BP; but no Trailboss.

 on: Today at 12:34:16 pm 
Started by half-hitch - Last post by Pit Mule
What would you like to know about the 1873 replica? Just ask and you will get lots of answers & opinions.

 on: Today at 12:32:12 pm 
Started by yahoody - Last post by jimbobborg
Have you tried it with some BP loads yet?  I'm going to run some (eventually) through my 92 Takedown in 32-20.

 on: Today at 12:28:50 pm 
Started by john bange - Last post by Mean Bob Mean
Still available?  Got a pard looking for a .44-40

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