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ROA picked up with a R&D .45 conversion.

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by eastbank, Aug 23, 2013.

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  1. eastbank

    eastbank Member

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    i just picked up a used SS ROA with a R&D .45 conversion cylinder. it needs a good cleaning but i think it will be a good shooter. this makes four, i may need a intervention. eastbank.
     

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  2. Patocazador

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    It's been used a bit but so has mine.

    If you join RA (Rugers Anonymous), I'll help you out and take one or two off your hands .. just as an intervention of course. ;)
     
  3. robhof

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    robhof

    Welcome to the ROA club, they're very addictive and the conversion cylinder makes for much more lead down range, faster reloads and all. I have both spare cylinders and a conversion so I get a lot of lead down range, usually til I run out of lead or powder, whichever comes first!:evil::cool:
     
  4. 4v50 Gary

    4v50 Gary Moderator Staff Member

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    No intervention or excuse required.

    Tangible > Fed Res Notes
     
  5. Busyhands94

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    Nice! :) Rugers are tasty.
     
  6. eastbank

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    my other three ROA ladies. eastbank.
     

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  7. BullSlinger

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    Nice

    Very impressive
     
  8. toolslinger

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    Nice! I disagree with the proposition that ROA's are addictive as I have only acquired 2 in the last 3 months. One is blued and one is stainless. Why don't you send me that one and we'll see if it makes me want another blued one so I have two sets...seem like a good idea to me ;)
     
  9. wap41

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    Don't believe they are not addicting,I stareted last fall with one.Now I have twenty one.There is no cure,
     
  10. rupe01

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    yes they are!:
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    The previous owner of my ROA made his own see-through grips that i think are pretty cool, being able to see the workings. I also have the originals of course.
     
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