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CAS City Classifieds / Re: WTB - 20ga brass shot shells
« Last post by hatman on Today at 12:26:11 AM »
Hatman:
I can't seem to see my outbox.
Please let me know that you got my payment details
Thanks
--Dawg
Dawg:
I'm not seeing my outbox either, but I see your PM.
Sent you a response.
Let me know - I'll look tomorrow in my Inbox.
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That was an excellent video. It was fun to see your gun in action!

Griff

Thanks and thanks for watching.
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The Winchester Model 1876 / Re: Hiatus and Big Thanks to the folks here
« Last post by King Medallion on Yesterday at 10:04:21 PM »
So sorry for your loss.
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That was an excellent video. It was fun to see your gun in action!

Griff
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CAS City Classifieds / Re: WTB - 20ga brass shot shells
« Last post by Prairie Dawg on Yesterday at 08:38:29 PM »
Hi Deacon:
Yep, a box or 25 new Magtech all-brass shotshells.
I'll ship them to you for $40.
$75 if you want a new, unused 8-shell belt slide made by Springfield Slim.
I sent you a PM, but I don't know if you got it, because I can't see my outbox.
Please let me know

Thanks
--Dawg
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CAS City Classifieds / Re: WTB - 20ga brass shot shells
« Last post by Prairie Dawg on Yesterday at 08:29:02 PM »
Hatman:
I can't seem to see my outbox.
Please let me know that you got my payment details
Thanks
--Dawg
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CAS City Classifieds / Re: WTB - 20ga brass shot shells
« Last post by Prairie Dawg on Yesterday at 08:19:37 PM »
Hatman:
Yes, I found them.
A box of 25 new Magtech brass shotshells
Labeled 20 Gauge, 2-3/4 inch chamber, Large Pistol Primer Pocket
Sent you a message with payment details.
Thanks
--Dawg
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That is a beautiful gun.  Couldn't tell how shiny it was from previous pics.  I would assume it was refinished at some point.  It doesn't look like any crimp on the end of your brass shells, but they still seem to feed pretty well, with maybe a tiny hitch.  The audio of the shots is pretty good, you can hear the boom.  A lot of modern video cameras with automatic level control for audio will clamp down on gunshots and make them just sound like pops.

Thanks. Yeah I imagine it has been redone at some point. Looks like it was a long time ago though as there are some wear spots but overall excellent condition.

No crimp. I ended up doing the powder, over powder card, two fiber wads, shot and overshot card topped off with embers glue. They all held up very nicely. No issues whatsoever. They cycle pretty good. Sometimes I would lose the lever with my hand but it was mostly just my own fault. Every now and the. One will catch slightly as it enters the chamber. I’m very please overall. Fun to shoot, fun making the shells and I really love the look and feel of the 87. Thanks for watching.
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The Winchester Model 1876 / Re: Hiatus and Big Thanks to the folks here
« Last post by Slamfire on Yesterday at 03:57:23 PM »
 Hey Pinto ,, I think of all of us here as family , we share each others losses & joys ,, " memories " they stay with us.

   THANK YOU for sharing.



  coffee's ready ,, Hootmix
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Frontier Iron / Re: Shooting a .41 rimfire Remington double derringer
« Last post by ndnchf on Yesterday at 02:08:48 PM »
I agree with staying with black powder. This is not a monoblock, but does have the stronger hinge. There is ongoing debate on model and variation definitions. But I believe this is a 4th model, 2nd variation. But regardless of what collectors may call it, its a late production and a lot of fun to shoot. No cracks in the hinge.
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