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    Pietro replied to the thread Presentation pistol case.
    Hard to do, sans a pic or three...…...
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    Pietro replied to the thread New to me powder horn.
    I really like the color on that horn - nice find ! (Congrats)
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    Pietro replied to the thread Galef & Son 45cal.
    Because, traditionally, they were carried loaded just like a CCW handgun is (should be) carried today.
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    Pietro replied to the thread Ardesa Mountain Rifle.
    FWIW, my CVA Premier Grade Mountain rifle has a walnut stock with a little fiddleback figure/graining near the butt plate
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    Today I received the unfired .31 Uberti Model 1849 C&B revolver that I bought from the classifieds here (Thanks, griffiga ! ! ) As...
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    Pietro replied to the thread Ardesa Mountain Rifle.
    AFAIK, while original J&S Hawken plains rifles had double keys, the CVA/Ardessa single key guns were called Hawken; the double key guns...
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    Pietro replied to the thread Revolver Stocks.
    Don't believe everything you read on the internet - even though we all know it's the truth.... :doh: There's many more online...
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    Pietro replied to the thread Ardesa Mountain Rifle.
    Wonderful wood on that Ardessa ! ! The rifle looks like my CVA Premier Grade Mountain Rifle, but with brass furniture ILO the CVA's...
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    Pietro replied to the thread Info on under hammer action.
    FWIW, every Billinghurst U/H I've seen had either no triggerguard (Buggy Rifle), or used the mainspring as a triggerguard, ala H&A. I...
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    Pietro replied to the thread Patch box.
    Just for comparison, this is the patch box I wanted from Track This is the one I got from Deer Creek
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    Pietro replied to the thread Patch box.
    It looks a lot like the German Silver patch box I tried to order from Track (less that nice engraving) to add to my CVA Premier Grade...
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    Pietro replied to the thread What was your first Muzzleloader?.
    I made my 1st muzzleloader about 1967 from a cutoff 8" length of a .444 Marlin's 24" barrel (free), a chunk/slab of walnut from a huge...
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    Pietro replied to the thread Who made this?.
    Richland was an US importer, and not a gunmaker. That revolver was made by Palmetto Arms, Brescia, Italy - who had a rep for making...
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    FWIW, I've been hunting for over 55 years, and only scratched a gun once - years ago, when I slipped while climbing a steep hill. I...
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    Pietro replied to the thread How Were They Shipped?.
    IDK
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