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 on: Yesterday at 07:53:34 pm 
Started by willy - Last post by Johnson Barr
Actually no. You can thumb slip S&W single actions. The cycling of the hammer has always engaged the cylinder bolt on my single action top breaks; 32's, 38's and 44's. But why not be a man and use one hand duelist style. Time is precious, why rush a good thing. Top breaks are not gamer guns. Slow down, breathe the smoke, enjoy.
Life is short enough. Grin

 on: Yesterday at 06:43:08 pm 
Started by eljay - Last post by Abilene
Next time steal it right.  Grin You still have to endeavour to persevere.  Roll Eyes ...

Well now Coffinmaker shoots BP subs, so maybe he uses quotation subs as well.  You know, close but not quite the same  Grin

 on: Yesterday at 06:21:35 pm 
Started by Ben Beam - Last post by Galloway
Western movies and historically accurate. Do not belong in the same sentence.  Grin

Then again they get a lot closer to reality than most romances lol! Smiley

 on: Yesterday at 06:20:01 pm 
Started by Kyjames - Last post by Kyjames
Thanks Gentlemen for the replies, but I got to fess up.  I went in the LGS on Monday to pick up the 1860 RM conversion in 45lc.   While looking it over, I looked at the case and there was this 5.5 El Patron there. The little guy in red on my shoulder said"come on, just try it".....   El Patron came home with me.  I strayed but I'm happy.

 on: Yesterday at 06:16:52 pm 
Started by Jubal Starbuck - Last post by bear tooth billy
Sorry to hear the news. When I first started shooting at them buffalo, I didn't have a clue about reloading.
I remember Nels took me over to the tailgate of his truck and went through a bunch of stuff, helping me
with stuff I didn't know. he was very kind and knowledgeable.


 on: Yesterday at 06:12:59 pm 
Started by dusty texian - Last post by dusty texian
Trapped inside today ( Tropical Storm ) Bunch of rain!!! ,,, Made the best of it , cut a copy Of a Type 8 Magazine button Lapped the bore of the project gun with a poured lead slug and Extra fine compound . The old bore brightened up and still slugs a tight .458 . When the rain stops , have a few target loads used in another 76 . They should be just fine for testing the little carbine / short rifle  combo.  Hope Y'all had a better day than I did . ,,,DT

 on: Yesterday at 05:17:21 pm 
Started by Niederlander - Last post by pony express

Thanks for the info. I have never owned one, so it's my ignorance in thinking it was a faithful copy of the Mauser.

back when they were commonly used for sporterising, the cock on closing feature was the primary unpopular feature of the 1917, aside from the rear sight "ears"

 on: Yesterday at 04:04:39 pm 
Started by CryptoDave - Last post by Bibbyman
I've tried to be an ambassador at our club.  When we get someone that shows up and shows interest,  I try to get them to stand beside me at the loading table.  It's a great place to watch the loading procedure and also watch what's going on on the firing line.  The interested new person gets a good look at everybody's guns and ammo and has a chance to converse with about everyone on the posse. At the end of the match,  we will invite them to shoot a stage.  Some do and some don't.   We'll encourage them to come to next match and offer to loan guns, ammo and whatever else they need to shoot.  I remember one match where a guy borrowed everything.  And the same match, I loaned a guy one handgun.  He had everything else he needed.

 on: Yesterday at 03:43:18 pm 
Started by Ben Beam - Last post by cwilliams7390
Well this has certainly Ben entertaining.  It's amazing growing up watching all those Westerns with my dad and I never once noticed the Hollywood Henrys, buscadero holsters, or even my dad's favorite actor John Wayne using his 92 or SAA no matter the movie's time period. But now I have a hard time watching westerns without being objective and my girlfriend hates it when I start picking things out.

 on: Yesterday at 03:25:18 pm 
Started by Ben Beam - Last post by Scattered Thumbs
To sum it all up.

Western movies and historically accurate. Do not belong in the same sentence.  Grin

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