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RATS / Re: Ruger Old Model Super Blackhawk Ejector Screw
« Last post by Niederlander on Yesterday at 02:30:05 PM »
I've sent a message to Ruger but haven't heard back yet.
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Frontier Iron / Re: Cimarron's new American model!
« Last post by U.S.M.R. on Yesterday at 01:18:34 PM »
Smith and Wesson wrote UMC asking why Russian ammunition cost more than American ammunition. UMC replied that Russian ammunition used Berdan primers which they had to pay a royalty on and that they were loaded with pistol powder. That implies the American cartridges were loaded with something else. The 60 grs difference in bullet weight was not mentioned.
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Spencer Shooting Society / Re: Shooting A Spencer Carbine In 45 Colt
« Last post by Johnson Barr on Yesterday at 01:06:10 PM »
Tip from a fellow Carbine shooter; work the lever more briskly to and fro. Faster in one fluid motion without stopping. Down and back, down and back. Mine is a .44 S&W Russian version and she likes it rough. The faster the better.  Leave the butt on your shoulder, look down the sights and run that lever as fast as you can, then thumb the hammer back before tripping the hammer.  ;D
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RATS / Ruger Old Model Super Blackhawk Ejector Screw
« Last post by Niederlander on Yesterday at 12:06:22 PM »
Gentlemen, Where do I find the Old Model Ejector Rod Housing Screw for the Super Blackhawk?  It's the quarter inch one for the revolvers with a barrel stud.  Been looking online and can't find any.
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Woops!  Somebody goofed.  Not very common but I have seen it a few times before, usually caught at Cimarron.  Mike Harvey once told me he was looking over some Henry barrels he had ordered from Uberti and they didn't seem very polished.  Then noticed the Cabelas roll marks.  :)

The bigger issue is how does it shoot?  Sure looks good.

 I bought one of these in 44-40 from Dixie Gun Works a few years ago and fitted a .44 Special cylinder to it. Holy SMOKES that thing was accurate! I used it during a couple of deer seasons and make a couple of easy chip shots at just under 40 yds., but alas I just didn't like carrying the long barrel. The new owner is very pleased with it.
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Spencer Shooting Society / Re: Shooting A Spencer Carbine In 45 Colt
« Last post by Johnny McCrae on February 23, 2024, 05:31:51 PM »
Nice video. That's a sweet looking firearm! One year at the NCOWS Nationals, one of the shooters was using a Spencer. He fired the seven rounds and then loaded three on the clock. I've always had a Spencer on my wish list. You will have to make a scabbard for it.

Thanks for sharing this with us.
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Spencer Shooting Society / Shooting A Spencer Carbine In 45 Colt
« Last post by Rube Burrows on February 23, 2024, 01:56:35 PM »
My video shooting the Spencer from Taylor's and Company

Loaded with hand loaded 45 colt 200g RNFP bullets, starline brass, 5g of TB with a wold primer.

https://youtu.be/LltvTej7ib0?si=oi_YJKpnnXNUhszK
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Uberti, Pietta and other SAA Clones / Re: Frontier and Great Western II
« Last post by RoyceP on February 23, 2024, 10:16:56 AM »
It shoots fine. A real tack driver. I don't care what the box or roll marks say.
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      Greetings!

   No alias, just me: MTMarfield

                    M.T.Marfield
                    No.Colorado
                      2-22-24
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Uberti, Pietta and other SAA Clones / Re: Frontier and Great Western II
« Last post by Abilene on February 22, 2024, 07:48:30 PM »
I recently bought a flat top target from Cimarron. It came in a Cimarron box but was roll stamped Dixie Gun Works. It's a Uberti product.
Woops!  Somebody goofed.  Not very common but I have seen it a few times before, usually caught at Cimarron.  Mike Harvey once told me he was looking over some Henry barrels he had ordered from Uberti and they didn't seem very polished.  Then noticed the Cabelas roll marks.  :)

The bigger issue is how does it shoot?  Sure looks good.
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