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Tall Tales / Re: May flowers bring coffee, tea and grub
« Last post by Silver Creek Slim on Today at 07:17:29 AM »
Morning y'all.
Coffee and tea are ready.

'Tis 32 and sunny. High of 62.

Slim
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USFA CSS / Re: USFA Premium
« Last post by Tascosa Joe on Today at 06:50:38 AM »
I am not the expert but a 25K SN range is an all US pistol.
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1911 & Wild Bunch Shooting / Re: Shotgun
« Last post by Galen on Today at 05:36:26 AM »
Here's a direct quote from Cat Dennet, "Why didn't they take the tank".
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NCOWS / Re: Mid West Regional
« Last post by Dan Topper on Yesterday at 11:07:53 PM »
Not sure but the 404 error is confined to the GITH page. If you go to the "forms" page, that link is working just fine.

Looking forward to seeing everyone there this year. We may even have a new stage ready to go by the time you get here (I hope).
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I've run many thousands of rounds of BP 44WCF ammo through my 24" Winchester/Miroku rifle with uniformly excellent results.  My standard load is 32 grains of Olde Eynsford FFg under an Accurate 215 grain bullet.  I'll shoot a 2 or 3 day 10 to 12 stage match with no cleaning and zero problems.  Clean it afterwards with 4 or 5 patches using moose milk and a pull of a bore snake.  The bore is still shiny.  I'll never foul it's barrel with the new fad smokeless powders!
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Cosie's Corner & Feed Bag / Done right!
« Last post by Hplummer on Yesterday at 07:36:07 PM »
When your meatloaf has a smoke ring you know you're doing it right!
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USFA CSS / USFA Premium
« Last post by KY KID on Yesterday at 07:20:33 PM »
Back in the day when I first heard of USFA I had already been bitten by the 1st Gen Colt SAA. By years….Had acquired a few and sold some , trading up of course. I have now about 12 , 1st gen in various calibers. 6 in .45 dating from 1905-1910. One 1910 gun that serial numbers are very close to Frank Hamers of Bonnie and Clyde Fame.  I haven’t had this particular colt lettered. Sigh Hear, it pisses me off that colt charges that much for the Letter and takes so long to get the info back, when all the lazy asses has to do is look it up. What 10 minute job.
Anyway back to my original question. I have just acquired a USFA Preimium, serial # 25200 range. I assume Turnbull case and bluing polished hammer, two piece box…
IS it total USA made? Thanks Guys
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Marlin Lever Action Rifles / Re: marlin 1894
« Last post by drstilecho on Yesterday at 07:08:29 PM »
thanks for the welcome guys i hope to come in often. I have read a few of the post seem like good people in here. I do have an uberti colt 45 hand gun i shoot allot I love it. I do need some parts i have to much head space in my rifle i was told by the gunsmith i need an over sized block?? to remedy it.  are theere any regular days that some of ya'll meet in here to talk  David
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Uberti, Pietta and other SAA Clones / Re: Annoyed by a Uberti
« Last post by lv2tinker on Yesterday at 01:29:48 PM »
On some of the floating firing pin models the main spring is too light. Just swap it out with one of your other Uberti's man spring and see if that doesn't solve your problem.

Al
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Marlin Lever Action Rifles / Re: marlin 1894
« Last post by Baltimore Ed on Yesterday at 11:14:50 AM »
Welcome to cas city, you cant go wrong with a .45. Easy cartridge to reload. Marlins are good guns with a few exceptions. Ubertis and Rugers make fine revolvers. The only Marlin parts I’ve ever broken were a couple one piece aftermarket firing pins and a lifter, before I did the jbweld repair, don’t remember having an extractor or ejector break. Never broken anything on my .45 Rugers. Ubertis are another story and some are fine and others need work to become cas guns. As occasional plinkers they are usually ok.
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