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 91 
 on: Yesterday at 12:21:44 am 
Started by Slowhand Bob - Last post by Marshal Will Wingam
I made one with rawhide for a stiffener but the rawhide layer shrank more when it dried than both the outer layer and liner. The whole thing is fine but you can tell that it's a little 'loose in its skin'. I probably blew the gluing. One of the other pards here may be able to shed a little light there so you end up with a better end product than I did.

 92 
 on: Yesterday at 12:16:41 am 
Started by Doug.38PR - Last post by Doug.38PR
I've always been told, regarding the old west replica guns (Colt clone, Schofield clone, etc.) "you can experiment but keep it on the low end."    (as opposed to say a Ruger Old or even New Vaquero)

 93 
 on: July 26, 2014, 11:58:36 pm 
Started by Logan - Last post by Abilene
Okay, so to impact lower you want the front sight higher.

 94 
 on: July 26, 2014, 11:44:19 pm 
Started by elhombreconnonombre - Last post by Sir Charles deMouton-Black
I don't know the detailed history, but in WWI, artillery officers wore their revolver behind the right hip. I presume it was because they were either prone with their enormous binoculars in front of their eyes or peering down at a map or plotting table. I have one in my collection belonging to a C.E.F. officer serving in an artillery brigade.

 95 
 on: July 26, 2014, 10:24:32 pm 
Started by Quick Fire - Last post by Sagebrush Burns
For leather get in touch with Trailrider Products in Denver.  Trailrider is a GAF member and posts here fairly often and has a website.  You won't find better or more correct period military leather.

 96 
 on: July 26, 2014, 10:20:16 pm 
Started by Doug.38PR - Last post by Grapeshot
Any of the published loads for the .45 Colt in the Manufacturers Loading manuals are going to be safe.  I suggest that you invest in some Trail Boss Powder if you want mild loads without loading under SAMMI specs.  I used Unique for years in .45 Colt in all my SAA's an in my Schofield replicas.  As long as you do not try using loads for T/C Contender or Ruger's you should be fine. 

 97 
 on: July 26, 2014, 10:19:06 pm 
Started by Ruff - Last post by Sir Charles deMouton-Black
I shot the first six stages of a 10 stage match in Victoria, So far not too bad, but not totally clean.  I use .357 mag cases to hold 20 grains of 3Fg with a .375 ball pressed on top. When its time to load, thumb the ball off, dump the powder into the chamber, home-made lubed wad pressed over the powder, place the ball & ram. Almost as fast as it took me to type this. Cap with a straight-line capper.

At first our posse kept to a rigid shooting order. We have evolved to a shoot when ready order, which is best for me.  I start to load as soon as I arrive at the stage area and complete the procedure so I get to shoot about fourth. After shooting, I get my posse duties done.

Back tomorrow to complete the match, and I will try to go clean. 

 98 
 on: July 26, 2014, 10:10:53 pm 
Started by Logan - Last post by rbertalotto
Don't you move the front sight in the opposite direction in which you want the bullet to impact.



 99 
 on: July 26, 2014, 09:53:02 pm 
Started by G.W. Strong - Last post by G.W. Strong
G.W. I believe you'll have the same one as me, I had a cold blast and then after one of Book's seminars
I got a hot blast to go in my 1870's camp


                                           BTB

Here is the one I got.


 100 
 on: July 26, 2014, 09:49:55 pm 
Started by Doug.38PR - Last post by Doug.38PR
I don't want to beat up this gun and maybe I'm making a lot, or everything, to do about nothing, but my Speer reloading manuel starts you at 6.5 grains of Bullseye for a 200 gr Lead SWC bullet.   I accidentally loaded a few rounds to 5.5.  Checked a my Hornandy and they start out well below that (but with a different type of lead 200 gr bullet).   Shot a few of the 5.5 grain Bullseye powder carefully.  They all came out of the barrel okay and accurate.  They were tame, (as I want).  Loaded a few 6.5 grain Bullseye, I could definitely feel the difference in recoil.   

I know the gun is rated for .45 Long Colt so there should be no problems, I just want to be sure I'm not causing accelerated wear on the gun.  AND I like the feel of the 5.5 grains for simple practice but don't want to underload. 

Thoughts?

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