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Posted in thread: 1862 Uberti Pocket Navy cap jams ? on 02-26-2014 at 09:23 PM
I've got a Police model too. I recall having that same problem, only I haven't shot it in a
long time because I can not get the durn thing to fire reliably at all. One cylinder works
fine, the next I ...
Posted in thread: Vermont The new Holy Land..... on 01-19-2011 at 09:58 PM
That sounds like a good summary commentary on the failed United States Government to me.LOL,
now THAT'S the truth! Great idea, well intended and inspired, and yet it seems to have died off
and left a ...
Posted in thread: Vermont The new Holy Land..... on 01-19-2011 at 09:51 PM
Oh, yeah, just what I've been telling y'all along...Vermont rocks! At least it would if we
weren't being invaded by liberal rich Flatlanders. Anyway, I didn't even realize we were the
Posted in thread: Shooting down gun myths, Muzzle Brakes on 11-02-2010 at 05:22 PM
That is right, the last unit I was assigned to before my retirement in the Army was a Artillery
Unit. With 105m & 155mm mobile cannons. Even though we all wore muffs we still were instructed
to keep o...
Posted in thread: Shooting down gun myths, Muzzle Brakes on 10-31-2010 at 02:37 PM
Here's another picture of the blast from a muzzle brake....I also have a .30-378 with an on-off
brake...although the recoil reduction is welcomed when the brake is "on", the concussion is
Posted in thread: Uberti Colt 1862 Police Pocket-caps not firing reliably? on 10-27-2010 at 12:38 PM
I am glad I read all the posts. I was just about to advise you to have a gunsmith check the
hammer for eveness. Many of the Italian black powder replica guns have hammers that are cast or
Posted in thread: Turkish Mauser, odd safety-lever? on 10-22-2010 at 03:44 PM
Okay, update. I believe I've solved my mystery, for the most part. The safety on my rifle is
indeed designed to clear a center-mount scope. Why on earth someone chose to install it on an
Posted in thread: Turkish Mauser, odd safety-lever? on 10-22-2010 at 03:29 PM
As far as headspace, I would not be overly concerned. I've yet to see a Turk w/ headspace
issues. As far as your safety, all 95,96, and 98 actions safeties swing from left (fire) to top
(pin lock), to...
Posted in thread: Turkish Mauser, odd safety-lever? on 10-20-2010 at 08:44 PM
I have an old Mauser 98, that I bought a few years ago. It is stamped "Made in Turkey" on the
barrel, along with the importer, CAI of St. Albans, VT (my home state). I'm curious about the
Posted in thread: Shooting down gun myths, Muzzle Brakes on 10-19-2010 at 10:41 PM
Yeah...I thought it was pretty much taken for granted that a true muzzle brake increases the
actual decibels directed back towards the shooters ear, and even more so to the folks standing
next to them...