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Lets see your blackpowder pistols

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by BowerR64, Aug 3, 2013.

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  1. BowerR64

    BowerR64 Member

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    Show us your blackpowder pistols

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    There is a few more locked up but i been playing with these
     
  2. Pete D.

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    This is the only one that I have a picture for.
    Made for me by Bob Worthington at Greyhaven Arms. .50 caliber.
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  3. kwhi43@kc.rr.com

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    Probably Not What You Want To See

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  4. Fingers McGee

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    OK, you asked for it. Here are a few of mine:

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    I really need to retake that picture. It's too blurry & the inventory has changed a little since it was taken.

    And here are just the Confederate models:
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  5. WhispersGhost

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    OMG

    That is a hell of a Collection
    Which one is your backup Gun lol
     
  6. WhispersGhost

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    Nice Collection

    You all have a very nice Collection BTW Simply Beautiful
     
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  7. 9mmfan

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    Nice collections, folks. Pete D., that is a very cool pistol.

    I only have the one, and haven't even amassed everything I need to take it out yet sadly.
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  8. WhispersGhost

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    Both are nice and i Love the FlintLock alot
     
  9. BowerR64

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    Alot of nice guns!
     
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    There are also a dozen of so run of the mill production revolvers
     
  11. white smoke

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    My ROA's

    Here's my ROA's, Classic Ballistix cylinders Ken Driskill stag grips.
     

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  12. ALJS

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    And I thought I had too many! (Three out of 8. Can only post 2 pics at a time)
     

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    Pete
    Even without my cheater glasses I recognized your pic as a Bob W. gun. I'm proud to say that he is one of my great friends. His work is beyond reproach. He's also a great pistol shooter. See more of his work at greyhavenarms.com.
    Paul
     
  14. Fingers McGee

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    One can never have too many ALJS.
     
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    Here are a few pictures of my BP guns:

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  19. ALJS

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    Here are the other five. So I guess this is not to many. :what: :uhoh:
     

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  20. Fingers McGee

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    Nice collection ALJS. Especially like the 2nd Gens. Here's a couple of mine.

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  21. Captain*kirk

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    Here's a few of the boys

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  22. ALJS

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    Fingers McGee, Those are real nice. I missed out on an engraved 2nd gen. 1851 Navy a few months ago and I will always regret it.
     
  23. content

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    Glad to see some of you folks shooting the older BP pistols.
    The newer styles are an eye opener to me. Amazing diversity, zimmerstutzen ty for posting!

    I have a couple, one I don't shoot that indexes well with good lock up. Might see what the gunsmith has to say.
    Colt 1851 Navy, .36cal manuf, in 1861. Colt 1851 Navy with Peace Flask.jpg
    Samuel Colt was still alive, I like to think he might have pulled this one off the line for a minute or two. You never know....

    The other I have shot infrequently with each barrel. The 4" is my favorite.
    Pietta 1861 Navy .36cal. pietta1861navyreproduction.jpg Sort of gives me the feel of shooting the 1851 without the history.

    Purchased from Smokin Gun right here at THR. Still feel lucky to have the set.
     
  24. Norton Commando

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    Here are two of my original Colts.

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  25. greyhaven

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    Grey Haven stuff

    Interesting bunch of guns, including the one I made for Pete-thanks Pete! And thanks to Paul for his kind comments. So here are some of my other pistols, and one pocket rifle (the latest creation off the Grey Haven press.)[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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