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Show them pistols! Heres mine.
 

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Some recent pics of my antiqued Schneider & Glassicks, .44 Navy brasser "Fantasy guns" , my Uberti London Navy with the skeleton stock and my Dance Brothers revolver I just got .

Also concealed carry with the 2nd Gen Pocket Navy
 

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Avatar revolver, an Uberti 1860, with it's "fantasy" brother, a Pietta 1851 brasser in 44. Followed with another "fantasy" revolver I wanted for some time, an Uberti 1858 in stainless steel. I can't afford originals, so I am stuck with repros that I don't feel bad about shooting or carrying.
 

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Avatar revolver, an Uberti 1860, with it's "fantasy" brother, a Pietta 1851 brasser in 44. Followed with another "fantasy" revolver I wanted for some time, an Uberti 1858 in stainless steel. I can't afford originals, so I am stuck with repros that I don't feel bad about shooting or carrying.
I have a stainless Uberti 1858 and it's a beautiful gun

I'm deciding what grips I want to put on it , I think some bonded Ivory would look great
 

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Despite the odd look (to eyes long accustomed to Colt and Remington), pistols of this configuration are surprisingly fast and handy,
I like the loading rammer
Do you fire it?
Sorry,no. I would be too upset if anything came apart after all these years. Also UK firearms laws make it far from easy
 

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My new pietta 1858 came this evening. OMG does it feel light and nimble compared to the Bison... I had not shot or held a standard size 1858 in 42 years... Fit, finish and time seem excelent. trigger is not as good as the Bison. its decent but not great. my spare Cylinders seem to all work just fine. It was full dark and raining by the time I got her out of the box, cleaned and loaded so i donned the headlamp and shot a cylinder at 15yrds. six oclock hold and my poor patern is low. that makes sense as I held low so that I could see the black dot. also this rig came with the taller dovetailed front sight. It was hard to see through the smoke and rain... hope to get some daylight shooting tomorrow after work.
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even though thats poor shooting for me at 15yrds I still would not want to be standing downrange... the two best shots were the first two. then the smoke and everything got to me...
 
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