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Johnson Barr
You are 100% correct about that. I am so thankful that you told how a correct bullet had cured yours! I was at the point of near giving up and now it is a joy to own & shoot.
Thank you, Sir.
Macon
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Tall Tales / Re: May we move on, for coffee and chat ?
« Last post by Coffinmaker on Today at 02:56:41 PM »

 :) I screwed Up  ;)

I should have gone to school and become a Meteorologist.  Only avocation I know of where one can be wrong SEVENTY % of the time and still thought to be a success.

78 Here today.  First day in a week without rain.  Backyard looks like a jungle.  The dog is NOT happy.
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CAS City Classifieds / Re: WTS 1860 Henry $700
« Last post by Hair Trigger Jim on Today at 02:17:07 PM »
Smoke,
  I will commit to buying this from you pard. Please PM me to seal the deal.

You may have saved me an awkward conversation with my wife by removing this temptation from me!
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A clear plastic bag wrapped around the gun before you take those parts down works great to catch flying springs and detents.

Badger

That is a great idea in general.  I may have to do that with certain guns.
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The bullet profile makes all the difference. Made my .44 Russian chambered carbine a pure pleasure to take to a match. Will be my 'take to' for the Grand Muster this June at Sargent, Nebraska. Nothin' better than a happy shooter, eh Alan? ;D
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CAS City Classifieds / Re: WTS 1860 Henry $700
« Last post by Str8 Shooter on Today at 01:05:59 PM »
Smoke,
  I will commit to buying this from you pard. Please PM me to seal the deal.
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A clear plastic bag wrapped around the gun before you take those parts down works great to catch flying springs and detents.

Badger
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The Leather Shop / Re: New Sunday Scabbard
« Last post by StrawHat on Today at 11:57:57 AM »
His First ? !!!!  :o  that holster is fabulous, it suits the Smith beautifully‚Ķ.

I may have lead you to think this was his first holster. That is not correct.  It was his first attempt at the Sunday Scabbard.

Mike is an accomplished leather worker.

Kevin
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Frontier Iron / Re: Black powder subs with Schofields
« Last post by Fox Creek Kid on Today at 10:44:11 AM »
Another trick is to slather BP lube over the chambers mouths before shooting a la percussion style.
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Tall Tales / Re: May we move on, for coffee and chat ?
« Last post by Major 2 on Today at 10:27:03 AM »
That is a wonderful gift.
Back in 2016, I did not know which way the election would turn out.
I decided to get an Anderson M4, less I'd lose the right to purchase one.
One of the handiest accessories was a speed loader.
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