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I think I got a good deal.

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Kaeto, Sep 20, 2011.

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  1. Kaeto

    Kaeto Member

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    Just made arrangements to buy these guns for $325.00 .
    A Thompson Center Hawken in .50 and a Italian replica of a brass framed Remington in .44. Plus some accessories.
     

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    Good score! The Hawken alone is worth at least that, by itself.
     
  3. Kaeto

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    :) Now I can join the Remington club

    Also what company had those wire Colt style trigger/bolt springs? Mine just broke on my .44 Navy
     
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    Thanks BHP FAN Just ordered a 3 pack.
     
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    yer quite welcome!
     
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    You do understand those are reduced power springs, yes?
     
  8. Kaeto

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    Yes I do.
     
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    Not sure what manufacturer made my Remington, but it was imported by FIE. The makers mark looks like an L and a B inside a box.
     
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    Kaeto, I see your from Lincoln Park, I'm from Wyandotte way back when, wish I could talk the wife into moving back.
    Sorry for the hi-jack!
     
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    That's ok. I spent some time in Southern CA back in 81-85. at NAS North Island.
     
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    Did many years there, the reason we are still in San Diego area.
     
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    You made a nice score IMO, T/C muzzleloaders are some of my favorites also it's hard to go wrong with an 1858 Remington.
     
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    Thanks. I now have two T/C the Hawken, and a Renegade in .54 cal.

    Thats my first Remington. I currently have a Walker Colt, a Spiller and Burr, a Navy Colt in .44, and three Colt Navies in .36 two of which have 5 1/2 inch barrels.
     
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    Great deal. I have a .58 caliber T/C Hawken and a Pietta Remington (steel frame). I love both. Enjoy!!!
     
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