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Offline Drydock

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Re: 200 grain, or 255 grain?
« Reply #20 on: July 31, 2022, 10:30:57 AM »
I tote a .50-70.   ;D But they won't fit in the revolver
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Re: 200 grain, or 255 grain?
« Reply #21 on: July 31, 2022, 02:04:54 PM »

 :)  Aw Cummon  ;)

Aw Right all ready.  Gimmie a BREAK!!  The original 45 Colt was never chambered for Rifle, because the case rim was unsuitable for a Rifle Extractor.  So There!!

Also, 45 Colt can and WILL run just as CLEAN as the "dash" calibers with a little care and attention.  I anneal both 45 Colt and 45 Schofield cases.  Annealed, with BP or APP those cases run as clean in my rifles and any dash caliber.  The only cleaning required after a match is a wet (PAM) patch thru the bore, a dry patch and an Oily patch.  The Carrier Block and the Carrier Block Mortice seldom require attention.

SO:

If one is so inclined to Bad Mouth (keyboard) the 45 Colt, at least do it for a valid reason.  The Blow-By and chamber fouling can be easily ELIMINATED.  CHOP CHOP SHAKA LAKA!!

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Re: 200 grain, or 255 grain?
« Reply #22 on: July 31, 2022, 08:00:25 PM »
Aw Cummon (come on?) back at ya.

Funny that what some people, (you) consider to be "a little care and attention", others myself included, consider to be a PITA.
Sooo much simpler to use a bottle neck cartridge that was designed to work in a blackpowder lever gun by engineers long ago in a land far, far away. Case rim unsuitable for a rifle extractor? Really?  Apparently that ones been figured out by modern, more smarter engineers.  At least the OP didn't put "long Colt" in his post!

More discussion Coffinmaker Sir?

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Re: 200 grain, or 255 grain?
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Re: 200 grain, or 255 grain?
« Reply #23 on: July 31, 2022, 10:36:46 PM »
Well, the original 45 Colt cartridges did not have the rim that modern brass does.  But I agree about the PITA, plus having heard of annealed brass sticking in some revolver chambers.  But I guess some people's PITA is another person's routine.

 

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