I've always wondered every time I see one of those Paterson kits...does the priming flask prime all five at once?Berkley said:Not a pang of guilt. As you said, Uberti isn't making them anymore, and I have two nice .36s in the Navy and Police for shooters. I'll keep the Paterson for pretty - and as an investment. :grin:
It's supposed to. It does on the originals and presumably on the Pietta version - which Dixie used to sell, and this one was made for. On the Uberti cylinder these spouts don't line up perfectly with all the chambers - slightly different diameter. Also the replica flasks don't come apart to load five balls simultaneously as the originals did.CaptainKirk said:I've always wondered every time I see one of those Paterson kits...does the priming flask prime all five at once?
Are there many differences between the R&S and the Colts? I'd like to avoid duplication if I can.Poor Private said:Try a Rogers&Spenser. You can't go wrong with it. Or even one of the confederate knockoffs-such as the Spiller&Burr.
Hadn't thought of the Navy Remmie. Doesn't that look a lot like the New Army I have?Zonie said:Rather than the Pocket Remington I would suggest the .36 cal Remington New Model Navy if you like the Remington's grip.
If you want to stick with Colts, the 1849 Model is a handy little .31 or a sexy Colt 1862 Police in .36 caliber is a nice addition. :grin:
As opposed to my dishonest opinion?CaptainKirk said:WHAT AM I MISSING??
Honest opinions, please....
The Rogers & Spencer is totally different.CaptainKirk said:
CaptainKirk said:WHAT AM I MISSING??[