Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by duelist1954, Aug 9, 2014.
According to the impression on the side of the barrel, yes it is.
I don't think any other maker produces Le mats.
I've always thought LeMats were interesting and seemed cool and different but I'm totally convinced it's better to watch someone else shoot one than actually buy one myself. There was a time when I wanted one badly and now I have no interest in owning one, whatsoever.
However, I'm pining badly for a .45 Colt Schofield. I'm debating selling a few modern guns to finally get one.
It's like a reality show that is actually real.
Did you have to hold off, or is this regulated to shoot to point of aim?
cant wait to get some video of lemats firing ,thanks for the info videos duelist there awesome [/URL][/IMG]
That Carbine looks Much nicer than the ones you photo graphed in Thailand, great work and thanks for sharing. No doubt the King ( and Anna) will be jealous if he sees yours.
those three carbines in Thailand where awesome, i wasn't allowed to take pictures so it was a rush job to snap quick pics thru the glass .
my wife had to go to kings palace and i was board outta my brain till i saw palace marked armory and walla there where three lemat carbines. made the whole 95 percent humidy day worth while.
It kind of looks as though it rides along the other side of the barrels. How is it secured?
you can see the ramrod holders here
and in place here
I'm guessing that it is much more secure as there would be less muzzle flip compared to the pistol, correct? Though I suppose a 20-16 ga could still have some thump!
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