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I'M Shure Proud Of This Shoot'n Iron

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by frosty, Jun 4, 2006.

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  1. frosty

    frosty Member

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    This is a 35yd offhand group I fired with 40 gr of H777, Fiber wad, grease wad, then a 200gr flat nose. This pistol was a gift(God bless him:D ), and will remain with me forever. The pearl grips feel great on my big hands! This pistol is my hog hunting companion!:evil:
     

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  2. arcticap

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    Awfully purdy gun Keemosabi! ;)
     
  3. ROAshooter

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    ROAs can be very addictive......has been my favorite handgun for thirty years.....
     
  4. huli

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    Mine will be here today according to uPS, hope to shoot it today if daylight permits. Will let yall know how it does. Thanks Steve:D
     
  5. Across The Pond

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    Good looking gun - owned a ROA myself, sold it a couple of years ago, regretted it since.. :(

    It's a keep-er! - Enjoy!

    Regds, ATP
     
  6. Ferret

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    Nice looker, nice groups... One day I will treat myself to one... until then...
     
  7. frosty

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    I'm proud

    I dont know if you noticed, but the front sight is one I made myself, a Colt style, and about .100 higher than original. This seems to have resolved the problem of the gun shooting high, and I hear that complaint on this forum from time to time. A few more slight mods, and I'll unlock the full potential...:evil:
     
  8. MCgunner

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    Nice shootin' with a purdy shootin' iron!
     
  9. The Sicilian

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    Excellent shooting Frosty! I've been hitting a hanging bowling pin at fifty yards with my Old Army but I'm not as consistant as you are, beautiful shooting. I'd be proud if I could get groups like that at 35 yards!!! :what:

    -mario.
     
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