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SCORRS / Re: Shooting Cimarron New Model Army Conversions
« Last post by russ1943 on Today at 12:38:47 PM »
What is the best Conversion cylinder for Pieta 1858 Remington what  to get in 45ACP   
Tall Tales / Re: New month, no lie, it's July
« Last post by Delmonico on Today at 11:49:10 AM »
New recipe to try, invented it my self, will see if it's as good as I think.  A teaching Doc to teach people how not to follow a recipe but to use it as a guide.  2nd Edition Betty book, everything is different except baking temp and same amount of milk, still the basic recipe though. ;D 
CAS City Classifieds / Re: Uberti Cattleman, 44 Special
« Last post by Trooper Joe on Today at 09:30:04 AM »
Gun sold pending funds

Trooper Joe
The Leather Shop / Re: Service Holsters
« Last post by Major 2 on Today at 09:26:11 AM »
Thanks  Morg

Yeah Kyda is like the modern - Nauga ... Kydex   ::) I feel the same toward Naugahyde , Its not real.

I have just one Tupperware gun, a Sig.  I had won a Glock as a door prize at a shoot some years ago..
I traded it for a NIB Springfield Milspec 1911....and never looked back !

I like vintage holsters and have a modest collection , including a couple of 50's 60's era revolver duty holsters by Bauer Bros & Jay-pee ...  ( photo's above ) and a few original military.

this I think is a Bucheimere or maybe a Safariland , the makers stamp was probably on the missing belt keeper part.
STORM / Re: lookin for a barrel for a project
« Last post by The Pathfinder on Today at 09:17:46 AM »
Black River, I had considered the Dance barrel, as they are listed under the 1851 in VTI's parts listings, but the ones currently being made use 8" barrels and the one I'm looking for would be 7 1/2". I do own a hacksaw so it may become an option if I can't find what I'm looking for. As for the octagonal part of the barrel, well, I also own a number of files and a sander... good excuse to practice skills I haven't needed for awhile. ;D
The Powder Room - CAS reloading / Squib loads
« Last post by Robert Swartz on Today at 08:55:42 AM »

Being new to reloading. Most of my experience has been with black powder. I load off a single stage RCBS press. All my powder charges are off either a scale or known powder measure. I also deprime, clean and inspect all cartridges prior to reloading. I have seen instances of primer strikes but not firing and I have seen squibs in both pistols and rifles. Any advise on pitfalls to avoid from more experienced reloaders. I'm preparing to start reloading both rifle and pistol cartridges in smokeless for 30 40 Krag and .357 to shoot GAF.  Just wanting to avoid doing something stupid.
The Leather Shop / Re: Service Holsters
« Last post by Mogorilla on Today at 07:57:32 AM »
Excellent job!!!    Love to see the real stuff come back to life.    i have no modern firearms, so I know not of this kydex you speak of, but I know of no animal named kydex so i suspect it is not a form of leather.   

Seriously that looks amazing and love the fact it was such a bargain.

Tall Tales / Re: New month, no lie, it's July
« Last post by Major 2 on Today at 07:45:20 AM »
Oshkosh by gosh !  My late FIL participated in that and Sun 'n' Fun with his Kit Planes.
He designed and built a J3 & Super Cub and sold the plans and components out of his  Opa-locka hanger shop.
Never realizing riches he'd hoped, but still stuck with it moving his base to Aiken SC and also managed a little 8000 gal. private airfield till he passed away in 2010. RIP

on tap today ?  Hmmm TODAY/ tonight ... well to quote a famous mouse ..."The same thing we do every night, Pinky – try to take over the world!”   :P
Tall Tales / Re: New month, no lie, it's July
« Last post by Silver Creek Slim on Today at 07:03:58 AM »
Morning y'all.
Coffee and iced tea are ready.

EAA AirVenture this week.

'Tis 62 and hazy. "Very warm and humid. Partly sunny. A chance of showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. Highs in the upper 80s. Light and variable wind becoming south 5 to 10 mph in the afternoon. Chance of rain 30 percent. Heat indices to 95."

  I'm a little late to the dance....

  I had one of these in a carbine and sold it, wish I hadn't. It was the smoothest '73 I've ever fired, one of those that almost felt as though it'd run itself. I mainly fired .44 Special handloads through mine. I used a little 165 gr. RNFP for CAS and a 255 gr. SWC for hunting. It was plenty accurate for a hunting rifle too.

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