Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Remy1858, Nov 1, 2019.
I really enjoy taking it to the gun range. It is accurate and reliable. Thanks and take care.
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A very nice revolver and a beauty of a belt and holster.
The belt, holster, and pouch are from Doves and Dandy’s leather shop, really nice setup. The paper cartridge packet and cap tin is from a seller on Etsy. The knife is not “period correct” but is my trusty Buck 110 I think it matches the gun pretty good.
I am a fellow student of the school of cap n ball.
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I have a .36 like the one on the bottom, it's barrel is same length as yours, about 6 7/8" . Who made that one if I may ask ?
Those are both Piettas.
Both are .44s
The full length is an adjustable sight target model. The shorter one is a Sheriffs model.
The sheriff's model is my favorite cap gun despite the shorter loading lever. It makes it harder to load....but what a fun woods gun/plinker.
Yes. Some folks dont know what they've been missing by not shooting c&b revolvers. I once claimed my uberti '58 was the most accurate handgun that I owned. You can have an afternoon of big bore fun and only fire 35rds!
Nice Remington NMA along with a really fine looking holster and belt set-up to go along with it!
Probably way better than I get out of mine, but I pretty much only shoot steel or hunt with it. Don’t care to see my groups It’s a Pietta and I really wish I could find a picture of it. They sure did a good job
For some reason I have a hard time with the grip. Seems like the gun always moves a bit to the right when the trigger breaks. I’ve found putting my pinky under the grip helps a little. I really need to focus to hit what I’m aiming at.
Once you get hooked on Remingtons, there’s no going back.
I am beginning to think you may be rite.
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