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 on: Yesterday at 09:25:37 am 
Started by Tomahawk45-70 - Last post by Jake C
Yeah I noticed the action when I handled it at the store...the fit and finish was amazing and the wood to metal was better than my Henry. I really liked the heavy weight too as far as looks I am sold. If I do end up buying it I will do a solid review on youtube.

If you do, please link us to the review. I've kept an eye out for reviews of the Chiappa 1886 rifles but haven't seen much yet.

 on: Yesterday at 08:40:10 am 
Started by Delmonico - Last post by The Trinity Kid
Good morning all.

Major, I imagine Mr. NSAID is probably a friend right now?  Hope that all works out well.

Slim, as much as it stinks to be in your car situation, just know that You're not alone on that one,  Undecided  We found what we thought was the problem on the Explorer, so we bought the part and installed it and it fired right up.  But then, when My mom and I were going across town to pick up a friend to go hunting (which was planned in my truck), the car was being weird.  Felt like riding with someone new to a manual.  The car is an automatic.  Huh  We limped it home and told my dad.  He drove it up a fairly steep hill to see if he could recreate the problem and got more than he bargained for.  At the top, it died.  It hasn't started since.  
We think it's a wiring thing, which complicated matters because this is a 2010.  The whole thing is filled with a jumbled pasta of wires and computers. Shocked

In other news, I've got whatever my mom had a couple days ago.  Just general nasty feeling. Lips Sealed


 on: Yesterday at 08:38:35 am 
Started by Delmonico - Last post by Good Troy
This was as of yesterday, slightly more color today, and very tender

no lever gun or Right handed duelist for a while  Sad


 on: Yesterday at 07:12:19 am 
Started by Virginia Gentleman - Last post by Rebel Dave
You can get one piece grips from "Dixie Gun Works", they are true one piece, and are fun to fit, get two as the first will probably not turn out.

 Rebel Dave

 on: Yesterday at 06:09:43 am 
Started by Fox Creek Kid - Last post by Mogorilla
I saw it this weekend.  Not bad.  Takes some lines straight from the 1960 version.  Action is a bit over the top, as most movies now days are.   I did enjoy it.

 on: Yesterday at 06:02:16 am 
Started by Delmonico - Last post by Silver Creek Slim
Morning y'all.
Coffee is hot.

'Tis 53 and partly cloudy. High of 61.


 on: Yesterday at 03:50:48 am 
Started by Bill LOGAN - Last post by Bill LOGAN
I take advantage of my passage on the forum to present you the realization of a special command (order), a set holster and cartridge belt inspired by the holster " Eastwood " with girdle of knife in the same spirit.

je profite de mon passage sur le forum pour vous présenter la réalisation d'une commande spéciale , un ensemble holster et cartouchière  inspiré du holster " Eastwood " avec gaine de couteau dans le même esprit  .

Made in France  Wink

 on: Yesterday at 01:51:16 am 
Started by Capt. John Fitzgerald - Last post by G Bulldog Grainisland III
My 2 cents worth would be:

Colt 1911
Walther PPK
Walker Colt

as already mentioned, plus:

Bren Ten


 on: September 25, 2016, 11:56:59 pm 
Started by Capt. John Fitzgerald - Last post by Capt. John Fitzgerald
Let me add another two to my list.

1:  The Walther PPK.  Popularized by the James Bond movies, this sleek, concealable little gun has, to my mind, great eye appeal.  Clean, classic lines.  And yet…  whenever I talk to someone who tells me that the only gun they own is a PPK I know that the only thing they have that comes close to real world experience came from watching Sean Connery in those movies.  I have one (actually made by Walther in Germany) that I inherited from a close friend who passed away 11 years ago.  I know, in my heart of hearts, that the only reason he bought it was because of those movies.

2:  Henry Deringer's .41 caliber pocket pistol.  Best known as the gun that killed President Lincoln, these elegant little guns were, in their time, the epitome of firearms manufacturing craftsmanship.  Back in the day they were only sold in pairs.  If you wanted one, you had to buy the set of two.  
I have a set of reproductions, manufactured by Uberti, that were offered by the now defunct U.S. Historical Society back in 1979/1980.  They sent an original  Henry Deringer pistol off to Uberti who then reproduced exact copies of the origin. The closest thing you can get to it today are the Davide Pedersoli reproductions but they are pricey!  Around $400+ for their .45 caliber reproduction.  Lots of money for a very small gun!  Nice, but nowhere near as nice, or historically accurate, as the U.S. Historical Society reproductions.    

 on: September 25, 2016, 08:48:01 pm 
Started by Drydock - Last post by Fox Creek Kid
One of the Kansas cattle towns had a Deputy Marshal that carried a 9mm pinfire revolver. I cannot recall his name just now.

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