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 31 
 on: Yesterday at 07:27:38 pm 
Started by medic15al - Last post by medic15al
Has Cimarron stopped carrying this model? I am under the impression it is the only model offered in the US finish.

 Huh

 32 
 on: Yesterday at 06:59:02 pm 
Started by Willie Dixon - Last post by Lefty Dude

If you are un-happy with the Walker, how much ya want for the piece ?

 33 
 on: Yesterday at 06:20:40 pm 
Started by Hoof Hearted - Last post by MJN77
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The politicos are normally some dorky chubby kid with acne and Star Wars figures glued to the top of his monitor

What an ignorant thing to say. Gluing them to anything would destroy their value........besides, how could they play with them before their mommy tucks their 40 year old butt in for night nights?

 34 
 on: Yesterday at 06:14:36 pm 
Started by yahoody - Last post by yahoody
Uberti has an article on their web site that quoted 29,000 psi as a max for a new production 1876.  And saw the resulting argument s about how that was unsafe according to the Internet "Experts" eye balling it.  Saw another comment today that Accurate Powders quoted 27,000 PSI.  Although I have not found the actual source yet.   

Then found this today from the editors of HANDLOADER and RIFLE.

http://www.loaddata.com/members/search_detail.cfm?MetallicID=5093

330gr lead @ 1480fps from a 1876 is smokkkkiiiiiinnnng! 

Trap door is listed as 19,000 psi and the '86 as 28,000psi

Not going to ever believe a '76 will take the pressure a '86 will.

But then the '73 is being built on a 44 mag so who knows.  44 mag pressures are listed @ 38,000psi.

Data?  Real data not "insights" ;-)  Love to see it?.  I should know by the end of next week.  But have to wonder right now. 

 35 
 on: Yesterday at 06:06:29 pm 
Started by Trev - Last post by Trev
McKnight's Custom Leather Drop Belt with Cross Draw

I'm selling this for my Dad.  It's a gently used McKnight's Custom Leather drop belt with cross draw.  It used to hold a pair of .32 caliber Vaqueros.  I'm asking $275 for it.  Please feel free to message me if you have any questions.

Thanks,

Trever Williams







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 36 
 on: Yesterday at 05:58:39 pm 
Started by Hoof Hearted - Last post by Hoof Hearted
Opps...............
HH back...........

Forgot to say that I posted some Thuer® pictures and info over there.

Now
HH
Out.............

 37 
 on: Yesterday at 05:57:22 pm 
Started by Hoof Hearted - Last post by Hoof Hearted
Facebook is what you make of it. You can get distracted having political arguments with idiots but where else can I get a "happy birthday" message from my best friend in grade school who I haven't seen in 25yrs?

Craig............you are exactly right!
The politicos are normally some dorky chubby kid with acne and Star Wars figures glued to the top of his monitor, hiding behind his bad a$$ self (hope I didn't describe one of y'all Wink) and the biggest problems I get into are more related to the horse genre (some here in the states but even more abroad) who believe hunting is evil ! They all feel they have a right to JUDGE others for their opinions and hobbies and that all life has the same value.............I LOVE to shame them for judging others. They have a hard time with "oxymorons"

HH out..................

 38 
 on: Yesterday at 05:36:43 pm 
Started by El Peludo - Last post by Willie Dixon
hey everyone

Major if ya need help with disposing of those cookies, I'd more than happily oblige! Grin

just got an e-mail from an old friend thought I'd share the story/joke with y'all:

"It has already started at Cabela's Sporting Goods when I shopped there yesterday.
 
 I was ready to pay for my purchases of gun powder and bullets, when the cashier
 
pointed and said, "Strip down, facing me."

Making a mental note to complain to the NRA about gun control wackos running amuck,
 
I did just as she had instructed.
 
When the screams and alarms finally subsided, I found out that she was referring to
 
how I should place my credit card in the card-reader.
 
After I pulled my pants up they asked me to shop elsewhere in the future.
They need to make their instructions to us seniors a little clearer.
 
Plus, I still don't think I looked THAT bad."

it's just "damp" here right now, it's been off and on for the past couple days.  Oh well, it gives me time to make up some paper cartridge loads for that one day it's nice out  Smiley

 39 
 on: Yesterday at 05:28:09 pm 
Started by Hoof Hearted - Last post by CraigC
Facebook is what you make of it. You can get distracted having political arguments with idiots but where else can I get a "happy birthday" message from my best friend in grade school who I haven't seen in 25yrs?

 40 
 on: Yesterday at 04:47:43 pm 
Started by Eph289 - Last post by Abilene
Cimarron carries both Pre-War and Old Model guns from both Pietta and Uberti.  The Pietta models will start with PP (PP513), and the Ubertis are MP (Model P, i.e. MP513).  Both have the two line patent date.  The MP Old Model will have the original style v-notch rear and tapered front.  I think the Pietta Old Model has the same square sights as the Pre-War.  The Pietta is not available in charcoal blue, while the MP is but may not always be in stock.

As for the generic Uberti Cattleman, I believe it is available in both Pre-War and Old Model.  It is the same basic gun as the Cimarron but a little less refined, such as having the safety hammer and more proof marks on the frame and cylinder.

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