Not sure what Ajax grips are. These are vintage Jay Scott laminate with a wood backing under the faux stag. They are fatter than factory wood but...
They wouldn't budge on the colt 1917.
It was missing the original grips and lanyard ring. It also had some weird dings around the firing pin hole....
Pawnshops around here would have the opposite. They would have a $3000 tag on an $800 rifle
Thought I'd check in about the Blackhawk.
I found some 250gr. coated bullets and loaded them up with Unique. @Armored farmer , you were right....
I only have one. It's a 3 screw from 1968. I traded a Glock 17 for it a few years ago. Not as fancy as some of the other guns in this thread, but...
I loaded 50 rds. of .380 auto to test.
Berry's 100gr. and W231
First time loading .380 and dang they are tiny. Lol
How weird is this?
My LGS has a 6" Dan Wesson 22V that I'm going to look at today. Similar price as the OP's
The question I have is if it's not...
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.45-70 from the early 1980's
Really old school
Sooooo. Mark_Mark you didn't win?
I was rooting for ya buddy!!
Wow! That is a beautiful revolver.
Reunited, as in, you sold it a long time ago and recently got it back? What a great story.
I traded a "dime...
Cleaned a bunch of brass in the FART.
45 auto, 5.56/.223, 9mm, .38 special, .357, .45 colt, .44 mag, .41 mag
Some shot by me and some range...
Picked these up last summer
Big bore-Ruger No.1 .45-70
Little bore-Marlin 39A
Ok. I went through all the checks on Dferiswheel's thread again and the Trooper passed everything so I decided to take it to the range.
Dang that's sweet
I lost track did anyone say
.356? If not that's my guess
I went through the checks and I feel like it passed everything. I'm a little paranoid now so I'll probably try to find a gunsmith nearby to also...
Thanks @NIGHTLORD40K .
I'll go through the checks in the link.
I hope my first Colt doesn't end up being a clunker.
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