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 on: Today at 09:12:47 am 
Started by hatman - Last post by matt45
and if you're going to shoot it, get Loading Cartridges For The Original .45-70 Springfield Rifle And Carbine by J.S. and Pat Wolf

 on: Today at 07:19:49 am 
Started by Blackpowder Burn - Last post by Blackpowder Burn
I belong to the Thunder River Renegades.  The match is at the Darby Rough Riders in West Point, TX.

 on: Today at 07:08:23 am 
Started by Silver Creek Slim - Last post by Silver Creek Slim
Morning y'all.
Coffee is hot.

'Tis 18, overcast and windy. High of 23.


 on: Today at 07:07:25 am 
Started by Major 2 - Last post by Mogorilla
Amen, he will be missed.  I hope the other six had his horse saddled at the gates so they could ride.

 on: Today at 06:43:37 am 
Started by BobinIL - Last post by FuriousFritz
Ive bought an old Russian lady, named Baikal IJ58 (12Gauge)
Slicked it up a bit with some other springs and im quite happy with it.

Shes just for shooting mild BP loads...and she does it well.

 on: Today at 06:07:10 am 
Started by hatman - Last post by Pitspitr
You got a heck of a deal.

+1 on the book. You might also find a used one on Amazon. Another good one is The .45-70 Springfield by Poyer and Reisch

 on: Today at 06:02:20 am 
Started by Cody Bill - Last post by Pitspitr
Sounds like you got a good one!

 on: Today at 02:15:12 am 
Started by Cody Bill - Last post by Long Johns Wolf
What the Mayor said+++
Long Johns Wolf

 on: Today at 01:40:05 am 
Started by Drydock - Last post by Malamute
 Video keeps getting stuck on my computer.  Sad  Will have to try it on another computer.

 When visiting Tombstone in the 80s on motorcycles, we were informed that our open carried pistols (there was no legal concealed carry at the time) were not legal to carry in Tombstone, by law instituted by Wyatt Earp. It was still on the books, and I believe the only town in the state that did not allow carry of firearms. I'm not sure if the law was overturned on state pre-emption grounds, I recall some discussion of it, but don't know the end result.

 on: Today at 01:32:05 am 
Started by Coal Creek Griff - Last post by Malamute
 Sorry I'm late to the party.

 I have a cap pouch copy, it holds about 18-20 45 Colts I think. Its sort of handy to carry some spares around, but doesn't seem very handy to actually load out of. Belts or pockets seem more so. Vest pockets don't seem very friendly to my hands though.

 Ive used deerskin bags of various sizes, drawstring types, with and without beadwork, and have used canvas bags with deerskin strings attached to tie them closed. both are handy for loaded and empty shells. A shoulder bag is perhaps more generally useful for anything more than a few rounds. I eye my bag I used for my caplock rifle now and then, thinking it would make a decent cartridge rifle hunting bag.

 For pure handiness, Ive been thinking of using the shotgun shell belt bag, the modern style for shotgun sports. My dad had a nice soft leather one with two compartments. I think it would be real handy for shooting and segregating loaded and empty pistol and rifle shells, just as used for shotgun shells. Another semi-modern option that would probably pass for older style is the shell bags by Duluth Pack and Frost River. The 50 size (sized by how many shotgun shells theyd hold) seems like a decent size without getting too large or cumbersome.

 Rather than plastic boxes, I usually prefer quart size freezer grade Ziploc bags for loaded and empty shells.

 Been looking for pictures of my deerskin cartridge bag but have not succeeded.

 I believe this is a size 50 type shell bag from Duluth Pack,


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