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First black powder revolver

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by sidewinder slim, Jul 13, 2006.

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  1. sidewinder slim

    sidewinder slim Member

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    about a month ago I purchased a pietta 1851 colt navy from the Sportsman's Warehouse the next day me and my dad tried to figure out how to clean it the instruction book said tap the wedge pin out but it didnt say you had to push a spring down :cuss: so we took it back to the Sportsman's Warehouse they sent it back to the factory its due back any time now any advice for my first time:confused: anything helps

    Slim
     
  2. Fosbery

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    Take off the grips and stick it in the washing machine. Sounds silly but it works :D
     
  3. Boom-stick

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    I think you mean dish-washer:D
     
  4. Fosbery

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    :eek: LMAO, indeed I did. Don't try it in the washing machine! :p
     
  5. Boom-stick

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    LOL when I read washing machine just imagine doing that... all the crashing and bashing:what:
     
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    dude tied up his dirty .45 acp cases in a pillow case and tossed the whole thing into his wife's washing machine. Pretty soon the bag broke and cases were crashing around all over the tub. don't know if he every got them all out or not.
     
  8. sundance44s

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    Yep that spin cycle might be a bit hard on the pistolas
     
  9. Old Fuff

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    Now folks, you just don't understand...

    The "beat and battered look" is in with black powder revolver shooters these days... :eek:

    The washing machine should do well. :evil: :neener:
     
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