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Hello gentlemen!
I have been reading your forum for many years, but I should finally say hello.
Greetings from the center of Poland, from the city of Łódź (don't even try to pronounce it :) )

I have some replicas: Pietty: Remington 1858 and Colt 1860, both in .45 ". Thompson C / A Patriot (absolutely love it) also .45", Sharps by Antonio Zoli from the 70's .54 ", Rolling Block by Pedersoli (bizarre version of the frontloader, separate loading - in Poland there are restrictive regulations on combined ammunition and such weapons), and recently I bought a Gallager from Erma Werke, also from the 70s.

Thanks for a lot of information on the forum. It helped a lot a few times!
Regards - Tom
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Hello gentlemen!
I have been reading your forum for many years, but I should finally say hello.
Greetings from the center of Poland, from the city of Łódź (don't even try to pronounce it :) )

I have some replicas: Pietty: Remington 1858 and Colt 1860, both in .45 ". Thompson C / A Patriot (absolutely love it) also .45", Sharps by Antonio Zoli from the 70's .54 ", Rolling Block by Pedersoli (bizarre version of the frontloader, separate loading - in Poland there are restrictive regulations on combined ammunition and such weapons), and recently I bought a Gallager from Erma Werke, also from the 70s.

Thanks for a lot of information on the forum. It helped a lot a few times!
Regards - Tom
Poland is a great country. Battered and invaded over the years, it is a wonderful ally and the Poles are a great people!
 
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Hello gentlemen!
I have been reading your forum for many years, but I should finally say hello.
Greetings from the center of Poland, from the city of Łódź (don't even try to pronounce it :) )

I have some replicas: Pietty: Remington 1858 and Colt 1860, both in .45 ". Thompson C / A Patriot (absolutely love it) also .45", Sharps by Antonio Zoli from the 70's .54 ", Rolling Block by Pedersoli (bizarre version of the frontloader, separate loading - in Poland there are restrictive regulations on combined ammunition and such weapons), and recently I bought a Gallager from Erma Werke, also from the 70s.

Thanks for a lot of information on the forum. It helped a lot a few times!
Regards - Tom
Welcome from the woods, I have always loved your sasauges…
 
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Hello gentlemen!
I have been reading your forum for many years, but I should finally say hello.
Greetings from the center of Poland, from the city of Łódź (don't even try to pronounce it :) )

I have some replicas: Pietty: Remington 1858 and Colt 1860, both in .45 ". Thompson C / A Patriot (absolutely love it) also .45", Sharps by Antonio Zoli from the 70's .54 ", Rolling Block by Pedersoli (bizarre version of the frontloader, separate loading - in Poland there are restrictive regulations on combined ammunition and such weapons), and recently I bought a Gallager from Erma Werke, also from the 70s.

Thanks for a lot of information on the forum. It helped a lot a few times!
Regards - Tom
Dzien dobry Pan. Greetings from California.
 

Halif

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Thanks for such a nice reception. You asked me about Sharps from Antonio Zolla, below photos. In the next post I will post something about Gallager. With accessories (mould, brackets to shoots with paper cartridges, adapter for loading press, felt discs with a hole, as an option for sealing when shooting from "papers" (not so awsome :/) and some other stuff.
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Gallager from early 70s. By germany producer Erma Werke. .54", previous owner milled an 11mm rail, so I decided to add a scope. The most "climatic" was Soviet PU scope from the SWT-40 Tokarieva rifle, but after all I did not like the effect, so now I shoot with open instruments. It is enough for 25-50m (sorry for the mess).
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Howdy and Welcome from Texas! I'm about 28 miles south of Panna Maria, Texas. The Oldest Polish settlement in United States. The first Polish settlers came over in 1852. My great great great grandfather, Stanislaus Palica (Palitza), was one of the settlers that came over in 1855.
Grampa Stanislaus was born in Narodzenia, Poland and his son Pavel (great, great grandfather) was born in Warmatowice, Poland. Stanislaus married a Hajdyk and Pavel (Paul) married a Drzymala. Yeah I got a little Polish blood in me.
 
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Grampa Stanislaus was born in Narodzenia, Poland and his son Pavel (great, great grandfather) was born in Warmatowice, Poland. Stanislaus married a Hajdyk and Pavel (Paul) married a Drzymala. Yeah I got a little Polish blood in me.
Panna Maria Texas figures greatly in a book that I have been working on precisely because of that early settlement of Poles. I never thought that I would ever meet anyone with connections to the place. You may get a pm from me in the future. I would like to hear about it.
 
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