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General Discussion / Re: Interesting .22 Remington revolving rifle.
« Last post by Hawg on Today at 08:52:41 PM »
It's not a Uberti as claimed. It's an ArmiSport.
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General Discussion / Interesting .22 Remington revolving rifle.
« Last post by LonesomePigeon on Today at 08:33:25 PM »
Not sure what section this would go in. It's a replica of an 1858 Remington revolving rifle except it's in .22 caliber cartridge. It has a brass frame.
The link is to an old auction but I am just wondering if anybody has ever seen or owned one? Also wondering if they made a steel frame version? Seems like a pretty cool gun.
https://gunauction.com/buy/11467786/guns-for-sale-commemoratives/uberti-usa-remington-revolving-rifle-22-cal.-6-shot-texas-rem
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Navy Models / Re: Colt Percussion Navy May 1843 On GB
« Last post by Captainkirk on Today at 07:23:26 PM »
Is there no way to report a listing?
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Navy Models / Re: Colt Percussion Navy May 1843 On GB
« Last post by Captainkirk on Today at 07:18:18 PM »
Say...don't you chuckleheads know an 'anteek' when you see one? Why, that one is SUPER rare, being one of the few Colt prototypes in existence with a brass frame, original 'sheriff version' short barrel and loading lever, and the prototype for the rebated water table cut/.44 cal cylinder upgrade. Hell; with an 1843 manufacture date that one be the granddaddy of the 1851 AND the Walker! Don't you fellers know nuffin'? Hell, that one gots ta be worth at least half a mil an' he's only asking $795 bucks BIN!
Geez...I'm gonna bid on it 'fore it gets away! (7+" (7+" (7+" (7+" (7+" (7+"
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Navy Models / Re: Colt Percussion Navy May 1843 On GB
« Last post by Hewy on Today at 07:07:42 PM »
I kinda like the brass frame and silvery colored other parts.
That's Pietta for sure. Made last week I assume :D
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Navy Models / Re: Colt Percussion Navy May 1843 On GB
« Last post by Captainkirk on Today at 06:00:20 PM »
LMAO...it would be funny if it wasn't tragic.
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Conversions / Re: Gated Howell 1851 conversion
« Last post by Captainkirk on Today at 05:58:22 PM »
After shooting I half expected to see my local Seneca Indians come out with their poker tables and roulette wheel to scalp me.  (7+" (7+" (7+"
Oh, they'll prolly leave you alone...not many buff in the NY area. It's them Plains Indians ya gotta watch out for.
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Navy Models / Re: Colt Percussion Navy May 1843 On GB
« Last post by G Dog on Today at 04:27:51 PM »
Looks like an old 44 "Navy"

Looks like a POS.

The seller has an apt and fitting handle:    2rattlesnakes
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Navy Models / Re: Colt Percussion Navy May 1843 On GB
« Last post by jaxenro on Today at 04:07:18 PM »
Someone bid $300? He should be dancing and drop the reserve

Looks like an old 44 "Navy"
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Lead casting / Re: Glutton for punishment
« Last post by AntiqueSledMan on Today at 03:11:10 PM »
Hello Richard,

Crimping for the 38LC can be done with a Lee 35 Remington Factory Crimp Die & a
custom shell holder.

I used an aluminum shell holder on my experiment, but would probably go
with steel.

I also used a set screw for locking the 1/4-20 Socket Head Cap Screw in
place, but one could get by with a jam nut instead. Maybe a 1/4-28 fine thread bolt also.

Simply set height & lock position, if cartridge hangs in crimping die a
pencil would be all it needs to push it out.

This setup would work for 357 Mag, 38 Special, 38 Long Colt, 38 Short Colt, and even 35 & 351 Winchester Self Loaders.

AntiqueSledMan.
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