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  1. Tusk11

    Knuckle buster

    Another tip is to use the guns grip as it was designed and let the recoil roll up. Follow up shots will be slower but it will keep the shockwave flowing less linear.
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    Pietta 1851 Navy

    Shooting sheets of plywood is much more satisfying watching it blow a huge exit wound from the backside. Unfortunately wood is a little expensive these days!
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    New member from Maryland

    Welcome from a fellow East Coaster -NC
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    New member from Montana

    Welcome from NC!
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    SOLD Pietta Starr Double Action .44 For Sale

    Yes it comes with two cylinders. The original cylinder could not be timed correctly due to the teeth on it being damaged. I am including it in the sale because why not.
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    SOLD Pietta Starr Double Action .44 For Sale

    This gun works flawlessly! I have personally fired 100 rounds from it and cleaned it meticulously. If you want a Pietta Starr DA that is ready to put in range time without worry this is the one. It has been reworked by VTI gunsmiths and has a brand new cylinder and main spring. Clean blue finish...
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    New Member from NC

    I have sent you sent you a PM thanks!
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    What are you putting your money on. Draw

    I actually keep one of these on me most of the time.
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    What are you putting your money on. Draw

    An illustrious explanation. I concur with your logic
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    What are you putting your money on. Draw

    You'd definitely fill the pistolero demographic
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    What are you putting your money on. Draw

    If you were in the Old West and had to choose one piece on your hip to keep you safe which revolver would you choose? Whether you be a Trapper in the deep country or Pistolero passing through town what side arm are you putting your money/life on?
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    New Member from NC

    Which organization is hosting it? I need to research more about the types of matches that are held. Something I've never gotten into but I think I would enjoy.
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    New Member from NC

    That's not too far away. See I'm glad I joined because I had no idea. I'm pretty much a lone wolf with black powder as none of my friends are into it.
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    New Member from NC

    Greetings. I have been a long time lurker but have been shooting muzzleloaders for 20 years. I started off with my fathers TC Gray Hawk but now have my interest in revolvers. I like to cast my own conicals and tweak/slick my revolvers every chance I get. I'm no purist and always open to ideas...
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