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 41 
 on: Yesterday at 11:50:06 am 
Started by Daniel Dodge - Last post by Coffinmaker
So very few Central Fire 1866s made it back into this country.  Those few that did are worth hocking your '53 Chevy.  I've seen one, even got to caress it for a few minutes before the guy who owned it snatched it back out of my sweaty hands.  It would be fun to have the disposable income to enable a little expedition to Spain and South America in search of.  Betcha there are still a bunch of em in shootable condition just hanging on walls.  (sigh)

Coffinmaker

 42 
 on: Yesterday at 11:35:38 am 
Started by Bunk Stagnerg - Last post by Coffinmaker
My preferred upgrade is "self lighting charcoal."   Roll Eyes

Coffinmaker

 43 
 on: Yesterday at 11:33:32 am 
Started by dusty texian - Last post by dusty texian
Thanks for the info Kwilliams1876 , a spring loaded cutting tool wow . I have seen a few different type of way's the dust covers are marked. I like the one with the 50 cal. 95 grs. Express in the old font.    It adds to the look of an express rifle .

 44 
 on: Yesterday at 11:24:09 am 
Started by yahoody - Last post by yahoody
Thinking about chopping up a Uberti  '76 carbine to make something like this..



Wondered if anyone had pictures of a '76 carbine with the forearm off the gun.  Pictures of a Uberti pulled a apart would be perfect Smiley

Thanks!

 45 
 on: Yesterday at 11:05:09 am 
Started by bear tooth billy - Last post by Will Ketchum
Question for you NCOWS Convention Organizers. Can a non-member of NCOWS, but friendly to ya, come to the convention on Saturday just to browse through the 'merchandiser's' offerings and maybe meet some of you. I'm around 2.5 hrs from Davenport, but would be interested in coming for a look-see. Never have joined NCOWS due to no posse's close to my area and prior to recent retirement, it was hard to attend a Saturday shoot to the one's that were 2-3 hrs drive from home. Seemed like always catch up work to do around acreage and/or family functions (that is if I wasn't digging, pushing, or hauling dirt on Sat at work).
Of course. There is a fee but it's not much. We always welcome the public. That's one of the ways we get new members.

O look forward to meeting you.

Will Ketchum

 46 
 on: Yesterday at 11:00:03 am 
Started by dusty texian - Last post by kwilliams1876
dusty
i had my Uberti 50-95 dust cover engraved with the express, powder, and cal. designation. a friend did it on his cnc milling machine. i provided the text size and font . he had a spring loaded cutting tool needed to follow the curve of the cover. it came put quite nice. i still need to get the elevator cut with the proper script. the covers are so thin i am not sure you could stamp them without a precise steel backer die. another friend was working on a acid etch font template for me, it was close but did not cut very deep.
regards
45-110

 47 
 on: Yesterday at 10:31:30 am 
Started by Full Charge - Last post by Full Charge
Thanks, but that isn't the same company, the company In question was out of Montana I believe. Here is the page that I had got it from, It did work at one time, just though someone might know if they had changed ownership or name? http://gunsoftheoldwest.com/2016/04/andersons-big-iron-44-replica/#big-iron-replica

 48 
 on: Yesterday at 10:09:38 am 
Started by marko - Last post by marko
Thank you sir.....i can't wait to get in touch with some one that can fix this problem, look forward to hearing from those members you spoke of. also i can be reached at marko65@gmail.com

 49 
 on: Yesterday at 09:52:30 am 
Started by bear tooth billy - Last post by Crow Choker
Thanks Okla Tom, I'll put it on the possible list, have no plans for that weekend, may just come down depending on Iowa March weather and road conditions. Would look forward to meetin shooters who have and haven't posted on this forum.

 50 
 on: Yesterday at 09:45:15 am 
Started by dusty texian - Last post by dusty texian
Back to the re-barrel 50/95. Did get the barrel mounted and all looks good , head space perfect , feeds and ejects great. Putting the finish coats on the stocks, had to cut-down the new forearm wood cause of the short rifle 's shorter lenth. Look kinda nice. Going to try different barrel sights until I like them . For now a M21 and a Semi Buckhorn is what the little 76 -50/95 short rifle is sporting.  Looking to get the dust cover and brass lifter engraved with the proper markings. If anyone can recommend someone that can do the job, I sure would appreciate it . Will post a pic upon finishing if I can remember how.,,,,DT

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