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 51 
 on: Today at 12:27:59 am 
Started by Sir Charles deMouton-Black - Last post by Major 2
Does anyone remember his tenure as Paris on Mission: Impossible ?


 52 
 on: Today at 12:21:54 am 
Started by Quick Fire - Last post by Major 2
You cause me to think & look...seems I never joined  Undecided the list ...
Early, posts with Caleb are there, just never got a #  Embarrassed

Good luck with your dentist appointments  Sad  BTW

 53 
 on: Today at 12:10:01 am 
Started by Delmonico - Last post by Major 2
 Grin  "WTH do people ask you a question and when you answer it they say "Oh really?"

My response would be " No not really, I made up that answer on the spur of the moment to suit the { insert dumb ass here if you like } question "

Cell phone rudeness is an incredibly annoying Pet Peeve, of mine....
from interrupting calls , to the jerks with noses glued to them.
Just tonight, some JERK drifts over in to my lane, with his GD cell slapped to his ear... I lay on the horn and he's surprised , his look is classic, DUH ! did I do something ?

Touch'n' my hat is the best way to get "Bitch" slapped   

 54 
 on: Today at 12:05:42 am 
Started by jd45 - Last post by jd45
Guys, forgive me if I've not kept up with this thread.I've had some doctorin to contend with, including the removal of a fist-sized cyst in my chest pressing on my windpipe. Thankfully, most cysts are benign, as was mine, & I'm back to work, almost 100% now. Cholla, my USFA is one of the all US-made Premium Grade models.....it looks just like the one below the .357 revolver that Yahoody posted, now that is. You wouldn't have wanted to see it the day I blew it up, which was caused by me putting a double charge of 10.9GRS of VV N-350 powder in the case because I didn't move the funnel to the next one before I threw the next charge & didn't check the powder levels in all cases with a light before I seated the bullets in them.
As I said, the color case-hardening on the cylinder frame does NOT have the clearcoat applied to it as it did when it was shipped from the USFA factory when I first purchased it several years ago, but that has no effect on accuracy!. jd45

 55 
 on: Yesterday at 11:44:16 pm 
Started by Quick Fire - Last post by Major 2
 Sad  I share your disappointment , and sorry for your pain.

 56 
 on: Yesterday at 11:22:57 pm 
Started by Abilene - Last post by Abilene
I've been to 10 or so Winter Ranges working for a vendor/sponsor, but this year I got to shoot it for the first time (don't ask how I'm doing.  It ain't pretty!  My goal of not coming in last in Senior Gunfighter is in peril  Grin )

As a shooter I got a raffle ticket, so I put it in the drawing for one of five sets of 5 lbs of Goex Old Eynsford and I won!  So tomorrow I can pick up my 5 lbs.  I haven't been shooting much other than regular CAS, no long range stuff, and I've been happy with the Goex FFg and FFFg I've been using the last few years, but I've heard good stuff about the O.E. and it will be fun to play with it.  Or maybe it will provide more impetus to get a single shot rifle which has been on my want list for a long time.

 57 
 on: Yesterday at 11:17:21 pm 
Started by matt45 - Last post by harleydavis
     She shoots left for everyone that has shot her.  On the 'Finally' thread that last group (#3) it was pretty well locked in a rest- the lug was nestled in the groove of a predator rest, and my aim point was 3" to the right, with a half bead (easier for me to hold consistent w/ less sky around that front sight. 
     
I had the same problem with my Cimarron Schofield. I ended up having a replacement front sight made that is offset to the left, actually sits in line with the rib on top of the barrel. Took some filing, shooting and filing. I used it along with my Uberti Russian and shot my first clean match in 25 years, one handed no less!!! I attribute alot of my success due to the fact that the longer reach to the hammer as compared to Colts forced me to shoot much slower. They are both in .45 Colt but I loaded up some .45 Schofield brass which also reduced the recoil noticeably which helped a great deal with a one handed hold. Until I did this to the front sight, I was near ready to resign the Schofield to simply being used for blanks in reenactments.

 58 
 on: Yesterday at 11:16:31 pm 
Started by Quick Fire - Last post by Will Ketchum
I won't be there either but if I was I'd sure miss you Pard. Wink  Seriously Jack.  I pray that everything turns out okay for you.

Pete

 59 
 on: Yesterday at 10:51:51 pm 
Started by Drydock - Last post by Pony Racer
Ughhhh it went crazy... Angry

 60 
 on: Yesterday at 10:39:09 pm 
Started by jahwarrior1423 - Last post by jahwarrior1423
I just bought my brother in laws Uberti 1860 Army...he thought he would use it more but has shot it twice in the past 3yrs. So I talked him into selling it to me. So that makes 3 1860 Armies that I own.

I am wanting to take this revolver and possibly do some "custom" work.

Have any of you done anything to get a better sight picture?...

I looked on Lee's Gunsmithing website and he can notch the rear more and add a new front post. Any of you done that?

What other things would you have Lee's Gunsmithing do if you were to send them a revolver?

Not too worried about keeping it original looking since I have 2 others...1 that has never been shot.

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