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the BP mouseguns club.

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Busyhands94, May 20, 2011.

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  1. Busyhands94

    Busyhands94 Member

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    hello folks! i have decided to start this club because nobody else has. if you have a small blackpowder pistol (even a .50 caliber muff pistol or something ridiculous) then post a picture and you're in the club! these guns can be anything, from a Remington Rider Derringer to a 1863 pocket Remmy. as long as it is meant to be pocket sized runs off of black powder. I'll post my two NAA mini BP revolvers soon, i need to find a good working camera. I'll start, here is my Remington Rider.
    http://s1178.photobucket.com/albums/x372/busyhands94/?action=view&current=riderderringer.jpg
     
  2. Captain*kirk

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    Can I join?

    Can I be the first to join?
    I have my very own Mouse-Killer now!
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  3. Busyhands94

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    ok, you can join! seeing that that has a short barrel and is pocket sized you are now a member!
     
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    It looks bigger in the photo than it is. It's a five-shot .31 cal Baby Dragoon. Here's a pic of me holding it:

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    ...and one of it next to my Second Dragoon.

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  5. BHP FAN

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    Saweet!Here's mine...

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  6. Busyhands94

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    cool! you are in too!
     
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    1st: ASTC HERO.
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    2nd (under the Walker). 2mm Pinfire (I'm looking for a conversion cylinder)
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  8. Busyhands94

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    cool! your in too!
     
  9. ofitg

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    I like mouseguns...
     

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  10. robhof

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    I wanna play too: The largest is the 31 cal ASM and the purple one is actually a 22 b/p blank pistol, the single missing the trigger guard is a real antique in 36, that actually shoots. gunnn 002.JPG
     
  11. Berkley

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    Only .48 caliber, but good for a fairly large mouse - as long as he's pretty close.;)
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  12. Ghost Dog

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    .31 cal Remmy brass frame and old reliable.

    Just got the .31 in so I'll post it here, gives me a chance to see how the phone takes pics. When I Purchased this I was told that Pietta will no longer be making these in the brass frame, but will continue to make the pocket in a steel frame.

    Enjoy, G D
     

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  13. ofitg

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    Berkley, that's a beautiful flintlock you have there.

    Loyalist Arms used to sell a repro which was similar, but it's doubtful that they will ever have it in stock again -

    http://www.loyalistarms.freeservers.com/pocketpistolmid18c.html

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  14. BHP FAN

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    I'm lovein' this thread!
     
  15. Busyhands94

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    that flintlock derringer is cool Berkley! what is the thing behind the hammer that looks kinda like a barrel selector?

    mkay, so far our members are:

    Captain*kirk
    BPH FAN
    pohill
    ofitg
    robhof
    Ghost Dog

    this is awesome! thanks for joining the club everybody!
     
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    Robhof i see you have an NAA super companion! me too! where did you find those awesome white mini master grips?
     
  17. Berkley

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    Sliding safety. Also a breech loader. High tech stuff for the time.
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    While I had the camera out, I took a pic of another mousegun:
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    Also have a .31 Remmy brasser, but no pic at this time.
     
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    Count me in:
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    and a couple closeups

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  20. robhof

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    The grips on my NAA were from Ebay. Fingers-that last pic looks like a double version of my single 36. Any info on yours as to maker and does the trigger guard double as a return trigger spring? My trigger doesn't return and there's no place for a spring in the lockworks, but the back of the trigger has a rub area and the guard was missing so I haven't a clue.
     
  21. BHP FAN

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    more...

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  22. Fingers McGee

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    It is an Ethan Allen side by side pistol made by Hoppes back in the 90s(?) - leastways, that's when I got it. It has a small stamped steel spring in it that fits between the front of the trigger and the frame.
     
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    Here's my super companion next to my 5 1/2 1858.
     

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    Does this qualify?
     

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  25. BHP FAN

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    Looks good to me!
     
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