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tc .36 senaca gets a new friend

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by eastbank, Mar 31, 2013.

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  1. eastbank

    eastbank Member

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    i bought the tc senaca .36(top) at a gun show and it needed a friend and i found a .45 tc cherokee(bottom) on the net. both are in very good condition on the out side and ex inside. i shoot other tc and non tc,s,so i,m not new at black powder. but these scaled down rifles are a joy to carry and shoot if not hunting truely big game. eastbank.
     

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    Both are truly wonderful little rifles bank. Congratulations !!!
    I've got a Seneca in .36 but now ya got me thinkin 'bout a Cherokee also.
    Could you post a close up pic of the Cherokee sights please ?
    I'm wonderin if they'll fit the Seneca ?
     
  3. eastbank

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    sights are the same,but you can put on any front sight on you want with the same dovetail width. eastbank.
     

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    Thanx bank. I thot maybe they were more Hawken like. I can see that the Cherokee is a bit different from the Seneca. I like it better.
     
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    Great find! I had a Cherokee back in the 70's. I should never have sold it.
     
  6. gunner69

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    I bought a .45 caliber Seneca some months back, very nice handling gun. Then last month, on one of the black powder forums, I read a post about a .36 caliber Seneca. The price was right so I bought it. When I opened the box I was surprised to find both the .45 and .36 barrels with the gun. Too bad I can't find a peep for that gun. Most offered for sale are VERY expensive. You will enjoy both those guns.
     
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    i,m going to try and modify a WILLIAMS PEEP, the one with a flat base with two mounting screws. if i can,t use the two holes i,ll drill a new one to match the hole spacing on the barrel. eastbank.
     
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    Let us know how that works out with pics if possible.
     
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