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 31 
 on: Today at 07:23:02 am 
Started by Rick 44-40 - Last post by wildman1
its history....gone with click on one button
thank you

 32 
 on: Today at 04:46:17 am 
Started by Tex Brushpopper - Last post by Professor Marvel
Greetings My Dear Netizens ...

I have just seen the article on this monstrosity abomination thing in Guns Of The Old West.

My old adopted granny kept trying to teach me
“If you can,t say anything nice, don,t say anything at all...”
But it never took....

The design of the two piece aluminum receiver is just begging for breakage, the two triggers just don,t seem right
And the hammers are just plain ugly. Oh and the engraving doesn’t,t even fit on the receiver.

How La Vista Bill can praise it is amazing to me.

No offense to him, but boy I am much happier with my dumb plain stoger  hammerless than that ugly thing.
I could glue percussion hammers on the stoger and it would .. ..   never mind.

Did I mention it,s ugly?


I would rather haunt the shows until I found a used hammer gun (often found for under 400 bucks).

Yhs
Prof ugly. Ummm. Marvel

 33 
 on: Today at 04:43:12 am 
Started by Ol Gabe - Last post by nagantino
Eugenejerse speak with heap big forked tongue.

 34 
 on: Today at 04:31:47 am 
Started by Doug.38PR - Last post by Professor Marvel
Greetings my Good Greyhawk

Thanks for your contributions! Your missives are always fun and I look forward to them!


The volume vs weight ( or is it mass? ) fight debacle argument debate is a long and glorious thing, even more heated than the Fjord vs Chebby debate .... 

Regarding your own powder, have you made it using a press to make a compressed hard puck and then regrinding?
I have been following the efforts of several successful makers, but have not taken the plunge myself...

YHS
Prof marvel

 35 
 on: Today at 01:49:40 am 
Started by hatman - Last post by hatman

Yes, that one.

 36 
 on: Today at 01:21:53 am 
Started by Delmonico - Last post by Silver Creek Slim
We were invited to a really big get together of one of the families from our church. So big they had the dinner at the church in the gym. As least 100 people were there.  Their family tradition is skeet shooting after dinner, so I brought Dad's Rem 11/48 and Grandpa's Mod 12, bot 16ga. And 3 1/2 boxes of assorted shells. Was hitting good with the 11/48 MOD choke until the #8 shot ran out, couldnT break many with the 6s. Changed to the full choke mod12 then, just let them fly out further before shooting. I have about 3 shells left and a slightly tender shoulder, at the end we were sending the kids out to fine the unbroken birds to re shoot them.
Sounds like a good time.

Made it to Marshfield without hiding a deer.

Slim

 37 
 on: Today at 01:13:54 am 
Started by Marshal Will Wingam - Last post by CurlyDrew42
Like my Ma always said, "don't forget to cover your butt."

 38 
 on: Today at 12:52:33 am 
Started by Templar - Last post by John Barleycorn
I think outlaw flies in the face of safety.

 39 
 on: Today at 12:48:30 am 
Started by hatman - Last post by Coal Creek Griff
This one?

http://www.gunbroker.com/item/709918297

CC  Griff

 40 
 on: Today at 12:21:17 am 
Started by hatman - Last post by hatman
Happy Thanksgiving everyone,

Yesterday a good friend showed me his new purchase (via gb) of what was advertised as a used Uberti SAA 4 3/4" barrel 45 Colt with a blued frame.
When he opened the two-piece black box, first thing he noticed was the bubble wrap and all the paperwork (owner's manual/tags/etc.) with US Pt FA headings.
Next thing was the U. S. PT F. A.  roll mark on the barrel (along with HARTFORD, CT, USA on second line).


I can't link pictures at the moment, but his revolver is pretty much a dead ringer for this one, except for the following:

- barrel roll mark is U. S. PT F.A.
- two lines/dates on frame -- PAT JULY 25 1871 and PAT JULY 2 1872
- serial number is: P (over) 010834

http://www.gunbroker.com/item/707899929

There is absolutely no evidence it's ever been fired.
So, it appears it's what USFA labeled a Full Dome Blue 4 3/4" barrel 45 Colt, as-new.

So, I'm just wondering if any of you folks could shed any more light about the particular model and the year it was made;  I'm just curious given that USFA is no more.
I realize it's made of Uberti parts as it has a A UBERTI ITALY roll mark on the underside of the barrel.

And my friend won the auction for around $350.



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