Blackpowder is inefficient so slight deviations won’t make any great noticeable difference. Mix 15-20 grains with any other pound and you’ll never...
I honestly don’t understand this question from someone who’s been here since 2009. Must be the cheap American whiskey and smoked salmon I’m...
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I bought the Guns of the Old West kit. Made a few. They’re not so bad. I dipped the bullet (J&D) in melted SPG. It’s a tight fit to load in my...
Should keep my mouth shut but the whiskey says “I stand by my .45 acp.”
44 WCF is also a hoot to load and shoot. I’m just an old fashioned guy.
Great thread question! I wonder how “aged” Custer’s troopers pistols would’ve looked in late June 1876?
That’s right. I feel better already!
Damn I’m getting old. Seems like I bought that just yesterday!
Here ya go.
My Uberti 7th Cav model with BP frame has four clicks and the floating firing pin.
Yes, Uberti still makes a 4 click. It’s their blackpowder frame model SAA clone, not the pre war. So much misinformation on here.
I think you’ll enjoy this video. I sure did learn a thing or two.
Those Goex cans bring back good memories.
I always stuck with the recommended OAL that my Lee dies suggested. No problems. Bang bang bang every time.
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I’ve used both grades of powder over the past 45 years. Both work well however the fff gives a bit more kick. For...
Bullseye for me as well. Not quite 5.0 but just a hair under.
Toss up between Uberti 1860 Henry/44-40 blackpowder and Pedersoli Sharps/45-70 blackpowder. Can’t hardly decide.
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