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Can I join all clubs?

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by cheatin charlie, Mar 19, 2011.

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  1. cheatin charlie

    cheatin charlie Member

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    These are the best pictures I can take. I guess I can join all clubs except
    ROA, but I can start a new one on Patersons. Most are all Uberti's except
    the 1862's which are Colt. There are one or two Pietta's thrown in the mix.
    It was time to dig them out and look at them. Charlie
     

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  2. Naybor

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    Now that is one fine collection!!! Sweet!
     
  3. Shoot The Moon

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    Charlie, great collection - but although I see a R&S.. (and even a LeMat and is that a Spiller & Burr?) I cannot see a '58 Remington? If you have one, you can join - but you'll have to post in my thread! :D

    That must be one huge pistol safe!
     
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    there is no Dance and Brothers or Starr revolvers and I don't see a Howdah pistol. So I guess you would need to add those before you can join all the clubs.
     
  6. cheatin charlie

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    I have thought about the Dance and Starr but havn't been moved enough
    to seriously look for any. The Howdah is a muzzleloader and does not
    interest me. So yes I can't join those clubs.
     
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    Arcticap, I thought that one looked more like a Rogers & Spencer? Anyway, Cheatin Charlie has posted a photo of no less than two 58 Remmies in the club thread and is duly signed up! :D
     
  8. black_powder_Rob

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    no prob Charlie, there are some Pietta Dance and Brothers on the cabelas website. I know that the Howdah is not a revolver, but it kind of reminds me of a sawed of shotgun for the old west. needless to say I plan on owning one one day. To each his own though. I do have to say that is a nice collection you have there. Just out of curiostiy which one is your favorite (which one goes to the range with you everytime)?
     
  9. cheatin charlie

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    I shoot a pair of 51's in SASS, I love em, to me they are the old west.
    There is something about them just makes me feel back in time when I shoot
    them. The best pointing pistols ever made. And by the way the pair I shoot
    all the time are older Pietta's, after doing a little tune up they make excelent
    shooters.
     
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    Get ur self a r o a

    YOULL BE GLAD YOU DID IT.CLUB OR NOT:cool:
     
  11. cheatin charlie

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    I had one years ago when they were new on the market. Never cared
    for it and sold it and kept the 58 Rem. I had at the time. For me it is way
    too big to be a C&B pistol. Same way with Rogers & Spencer, I had one
    and was glad to get rid of it. Different strokes for different folks.
    Charlie
     
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