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The Darksider's Den / Re: How I convert centerfire brass to rimfire
« Last post by ndnchf on Yesterday at 05:18:59 PM »
I made a couple more tools to make reloading these rimfires a little easier. First is a decapping stand and custom punch to knock out the fired acorn blank primers.
Colt Firearms / So I am guessing this is a good deal....
« Last post by Tuolumne Lawman on Yesterday at 04:17:50 PM »
I have not owned a "real Colt" since my 1898 vintage one I had in .38WCF, back about 1999.  I work at a local gun shop part time, and an opportunity walked in to buy a 1977 vintage Single Action Army with 4 5/8" barrel, blued and color case finish is 99+% with Colt factory black plastic (gutta percha?) grips. It has no box or paperwork, but it will be a shooter for me, so I don't care!  We are still negotiating, but looks like it will be around $1200.

Good deal, I assume?
SCORRS / Re: .46 rimfire cartridges
« Last post by Tuolumne Lawman on Yesterday at 04:07:56 PM »
Makes me wish I had bought that .46 Rimfire NMA I first saw in 1996 that got me hooked on conversions!  The 4.6 Imfire was nearly Idfentical to the .45 Schofield in size and performance
The Leather Shop / 1877 Colt Thunderer Holster
« Last post by Rube Burrows on Yesterday at 02:56:12 PM »
I recently got myself an original Colt 1877 made in 1883. Of course it needed a good holster to go in. I really like the Dodge City pattern from Will and decided to make one. It is fully lined in suede to help protect the nickel finish of this old gun.

By the way, the gun functions great but shoots pretty high.
Cosie's Corner & Feed Bag / Re: Chuckwagon
« Last post by jthbjr on Yesterday at 01:08:56 PM »
i just checked the Livestock Weekly website and you can view the Classified ads without a subscription. There is a photo of the wagon. If anyone is interested you can look at the ad. The classified ads also have a bunch of cowboy and ranching stuff most weeks.
John in Beautiful Art Texas
Books & Movies / Re: The Dentist on YouTube
« Last post by Oldgold on Yesterday at 11:41:06 AM »
The moment when he's pulling his tooth out is awesome. Reminds me of my dentist. Lol.
“This is going to sting”

Nice twist at the end.
That's another nice rig, Slye. I like that simple border stamping design. No knife cut or anything needed for that. Looks good.
The Leather Shop / Re: "RIO's HOLSTER" and CARTRIDGE BELT by SLYE
« Last post by Oldgold on Yesterday at 11:26:39 AM »
STORM / Re: Uberti '51 Navy .38 problem
« Last post by Oldgold on Yesterday at 09:59:11 AM »
@Dave Fox.
Do a search for “Arbor”

First 8 addresses your problem.
The Leather Shop / Re: "RIO's HOLSTER" and CARTRIDGE BELT by SLYE
« Last post by Slye on Yesterday at 09:31:31 AM »

For an Irish CAS shooter  ;)
SASS rig complete with :
2 holsters type "RIO like a box", for 6p1/2, in forward rake  in Right-Left, safety strap
full grain leather lined with full grain leather (more rigidity, making it easier to draw and sheath)
the cartridge belt "Ranger's" for 38/357, also lined with leather
and the removable cartridge belt for 12
rig entirely hand border stamped, brown tan leather

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