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Stainless Remmie?

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Tearlachblair, May 24, 2006.

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  1. Tearlachblair

    Tearlachblair Member

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    Hey all,

    So, even though I was planning on getting a Lyman Plains Pistol, I decided to take the advice of several on the forum and at least take a look at some Remmies.

    Man!! So many choices! How am I supposed to decided when they all look so good?!:cuss:

    So I saw a Stainless Remington .44 at Bass Pro Shop -- Are these good guns?
     
  2. RyanM

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    Depends on the actual manufacturer. Armi San Marco is crap. Pietta is a crapshoot. Uberti is quite good. Pedersoli is the best, but they don't make stainless Remington '58s, only blued. Most brick & mortar shops seem to sell Traditions guns, which I believe are just re-packaged Piettas.
     
  3. Tinker2

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  4. sundance44s

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    Anyone have some ASM remmies they want to unload cheap ? since they are all crap ..:confused:
     
  5. Smokin_Gun

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    Sundance put me on the I'll take one list for ASM.:cool:

    I thought he said a Remington not a BP Blackhawk...LoL!
    Just kiddin'...
     
  6. huli

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    58 remmie

    Ive got one looks like new, I havent shot it , mainly caus i havent got the stuff to shoot it with, I have 175.00 in it shipping and all, and I will sell for the same. Email huli35rem@yahoo.com
     
  7. sundance44s

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    And for the Pietta remmies i`ve bought 4 in the past 5 years and haven`t got a bad one yet ... so if thats a crap shoot ... i need to go to the casino tonight ...man i`m hot ..:fire:
     
  8. Smokin_Gun

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    Huli Who make the model you are selling? What Mfg. on your 1858 Rem?
     
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  9. huli

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    ASM on one of them and Euroarms on the other, Ill take 300.00 for both + shipping or 175.00 for one and ill ship.
     
  10. sundance44s

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    I`m waiting on the fifty dollar deal on a piece of crap ASM or Pietta remmie ..hahaha .. after all whats a piece of crap worth ????? :D
     
  11. huli

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    I hear ya Sundance Ill take a couple more at that price lol
     
  12. Low Key

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    I have 3 Pietta 1858 Remington 44's, bought the first one in 2000 (Target Model) and then the other 2 in 2005 (one is an 8in barrel with standard notch sights and the other is a 5.5in barrel). All three are good quality weapons and I've not had any problems with any of them. Pietta upgraded their machinery and have been turning out good guns, occasionally you will get a dud but that's getting to be more the exception than the rule from what I've heard. Anyway, I've had good experience with them and wouldn't hesitate to buy another Pietta.
     
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