After shooting Navy Models for years and years I finally broke down and spent some of my income tax refund on a 1860 Army Model. Wanting to keep the money in the "family" as it were I made a deal with washbuster for his cased set DDG, 1971 made 1860. It came with a Powder Flask, Bullet/Ball Mold, a few cast round balls, an empty period marked cap tin and the key for the box. The revolver itself looks unfired, the inside of the cylinder bores still show blue and aside from a barely there cylinder turn ring still looks new. The nipples aren't flattened from being hammered without caps.
While I do have my old Lee single .454" round ball mold, I wanted to be able to run more than that so I ponied up for a new two hole .454" Ball mold and the two hole .450" Conical Bullet mold. I don't know how well he Conical Bullet mold will work being that smaller diameter but until I run a few down range I can't tell. I ordered these from Midway and as usual they fired them right back to me, ordered on Monday, got them that Friday. I am in the process of making a full flap cross draw Army type holster for it as my first leather project related to this new to me purchase.
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