Webley MK VI with shaved cylinder, shoot with .45 Auto Rim.
You can't beat a Smith K frame 10 or 64, but don't overlook the adjustable sighted versions, the models 15 and 67. There's a reason that S&W have...
The S&W M&P has excellent ergonomics, does not have a trigger with a dingus and in my experience is very reliable. That's my choice.
NO! If they wanted to give it to me I would charge them a grand.
The best solution is to use a Colt 1860.
I think the primary use of black powder in modern artillery is in primers. These primers are based on 45-70 shells. Over on you-tube there are...
Monac: I've never shot or handled a 1917 Colt so I can't answer your question.
I have a MK VI from 1916 that has a cylinder that was shaved as were most of the Webley revolvers imported in the 50's and 60's. What I do to...
Shotgun News is still around, but they changed its name to Firearms News a few years back.
Swaged lead 158 grain bullets for me over WW 231.
There is nothing wrong with the SD9VE trigger, but I say that because I shoot lots of revolvers DA. If you shoot it a lot and dry fire a lot the...
I have used .358 dia. 148 grain hollow based lead bullets meant for .38 special, but not loaded flush in .38 S&W.
Ordered a hammer nose for a S&W K frame. Nothing broken, but just incase.
Bad time to be hunting for a pistol and/or ammo, hope you find something. My suggestion is a S&W Shield or a Kahr CM9. While Makarovs are rugged...
I have an Indian made replica of a British military flintlock. It has been reliable as far as ignition and accurate enough at 7 yards to...
Shot my S&W model 64 with a 4" barrel with my handloads (158 gr. SWC lead over 4.3 grains of HP38). Also one magazine thru my son's Springfield 1911.
If memory serves Walther recommended in its manual that when decocking a P-38 one should place the thumb between the frame and hammer.
You need a time machine, go back 50-60 years when surplus military rifles like Lee Infields were $9.95' Even 03A3 Springfields were $9.95 from the...
I have a Smith and Wesson number 2 .38 S&W revolver made in 1877 that has been fired by me and family with black powder cartridges.
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