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Old 01-06-2012, 09:41 PM   #1
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Just thought I would share some of the Black Powder revolver and rifle Reproductions and thier engraving by the Italians from my Black Powder Arsenal , from Photo-Engraved too Lazer-Engraved too Roll-Engraved too Stamped-Engraved too Hand Engraved stuff . While engraved guns are pretty , they are shooters too .











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Old 01-06-2012, 10:34 PM   #2
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Those are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing. This first 1858 you showed is my fav. Love the dual tone.

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Those are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing. This first 1858 you showed is my fav. Love the dual tone.

Thanks Cattledog , you have impeccable taste , too
Thats Piettas Old Silver Model of the Remington 1858 New Army .44 and it is gorgeous for sure . They are right at $600 with shipping . And they are factory tuned Here's a couple full pictures to show off the Duo-Tone and 3/4 engraving job . Oh but they dont come with my Custom grips in Birdseye Maple , I do those , so add $200 plus


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Dang!!!!!!!! Those are some beauties.

Awesome!!!

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very nice guns thanks for shearing

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