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Old 11-14-2009, 12:28 AM   #21
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Hello all, RON L here - SERE SURPLUS


Well, I sold off the nice 36 Cap and ball revolver when I needed the cash, but this week I got in a Nice 1860 Army Colt Replica in 44, I have to get a wedge and a wedge screw for it, as it's missing those but It's a nice one, If anyone has those parts extra or to spare I will buy from you, I am looking at Dixies gun works right now and they are out of stock on both? To see pics here at:


What BP Guns are You Shooting? - Blackpowder & Musket

What BP Guns are You Shooting? - Blackpowder & Musket

Got this one in a trade for 4 ak (2 20's) (2 30's) mags and some Silver in Pre-64 coins, so far I like it? LOL It needs parts but it's well on it's way to being workable!

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Old 11-14-2009, 02:23 AM   #22
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Am presently shooting a .50 Encore, a .50 Black Diamond and two CVA .50inlines. Most of my deer and hogs are killed with muzzleloaders. My cheap old CVA Stag Horn has killed about 20 deer and dozens of wild hogs.

This boar was killed in Sept of 09 using my .50 Encore and the 350 grain FPB bullet.
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Old 11-21-2009, 03:29 AM   #23
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Hi!
LOL...may be true. My boss got be into it, his wife is a sure shot!
Black powder is such, well...old school feel that it gives you a better comprehnsion of what our forfathers were dealing with...kinda.
Thanks for the reply!
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Old 11-23-2009, 05:44 PM   #24
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Im shooting a uberti 1858 remington 44. I try my best to shoot this pistol about every two weeks. I have a bunch of modern pistols ,but my wife and 13 yr old son love shooting this pistol the best. Every time I take it out to shoot I fire it about 30 times. Love this gun I trust it as much as my modern day fire arms. I clean the hell out of it and keep it well lubricated all the time.
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Old 12-06-2009, 12:26 AM   #25
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Late model Hawken .53 that I built,
CVA Big Bore Mt. Rifle .54
Original 1873 Springfield Trapdoor in .45-70
Original Smith Carbine converted to .50-70
Original Stevens 44 in .32-40WCF
Original D. Nippes M1843 Musket
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5/8 scale Bean school Tennessee Ash fullstock under construction
5/8 scale Vincent Halfstock maple under construction
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I have Three
1. Lyman Great Planes Rifle .54 1/60 twist Flint
2. Lyman GPR .54 1/60 twist Cap
3. T/c Hawkens .50 1/48 cap
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I have a ubert 44 1858 remington that I bought last christmas at midway usa. I shoot this gun about once or twice a month. Me my wife and son have more fun shooting this pistol than all the other guns we own.
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Old 12-20-2009, 03:31 AM   #28
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I have a 45 dixie lancaster flintlock that I own for over 25 yrs.
lyman GPR in 50
traditions 32 crockett
1858 remington
I just retire in Nov. now I sum time to use them, that is until the wife makes me get
a new job. hope to sit the winter out, deliver mail for 36 yrs. I would like time to play
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