These are the same pictures that were in an ad two years ago; is the gun still in the same condition?...
Could you provide the LOP?
Just bought one in .45 myself. New old stock from 1988, never been loaded. Trigger works set or unset.
The Colt Model 1861 Navy cap & ball .36-caliber revolver was a six-shot, single-action percussion weapon produced by Colt's Manufacturing Company...
Same gun but without the long range sights. .45 is a bit bbl heavy.
It's a Pedersoli Tryon back action lock. When letting the hammer down from full cock the sear taps the half cock notch. Doesn't catch on it but...
There's one listed on gunbroker.
Available from Flintlocks, etc. About $80
This Pedersoli Tryon rifle came to me in trade. It was said to be new old stock, the date code indicates it was made in 1988. It has just a few...
It works on a golf ball, why wouldn't it work here?
How big is that touch hole and is the tang screw being off center just a camera angle thing?
"Wads of dogs hair( that stinks real bad)"
I have a big male Akita and as a result more "wadding" than anyone, anywhere would ever need.
According to the website, it's $1,050 for the lock.
Nope, not me. All I did was post some pics of Gatto's work.
Anyone heard of these guys, do they have a US distributor? Bess looks good, pistols look good, and I really like this French musket.
I didn't order it - just looked at their website and sent a price request. The response:
The Charleville Musket price is 1400 Dollars + 200...
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