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Old September 17th, 2011, 06:35 PM #41
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It's a force fit. Friction keeps the cap from falling off the nipple. One advantage of having the nipple and cap underneath is that it's a bit less likely to be affected by wet weather.
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Old January 2nd, 2012, 12:05 PM #42
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Made a new video of some of my black powder guns...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqG_ZdXFyuM
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Old January 2nd, 2012, 01:30 PM #43
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New addition.
.50 Cal Hawken carbine. 1:48" twist so it'll run with PRB or power belt bullets.


Someone on here might recognize it now it's assembled.
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Made a new video of some of my black powder guns...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqG_ZdXFyuM
There's no feet in that video.

I like the Starr. I tried to buy an original one but the ahole selling it sold it out from underneath me and then emailed me trying to sell me something else.
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Parker Hale Royal Artillery Carbine ("Musketoon")- made in Birmingham, England.
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So I've been wanting to post pics of my BP Colts here for a while. I had a collection of about 10 BP Colts but sold some of them back in the late 80's. It was a mistake. These are hard to find, and cost more than triple what I paid for them.
Here's the (real) Colt made revolvers I have left:
second generation Third Dragoon; Third generation 1862 Pocket Police, and a third generation 1860 Army Butterfield Commemorative with two cylinders.
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WTF??? A Gatling gun?! What a badass!!! Must have
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And here's a few other things I have.
CVA Wells Fargo (.31 cal)1861 Navy (a shooter), and a Yeck Smith carbine.
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a few long ones

A 25 cal built by a guy named Jack Pasick, A 36 cal by Ron Tourney(SP) and a real one made by a guy named J Kline. Maybe lancaster area? The kline has a barrel that has a 6 sided rather than round bore. I used to know what it was called but I forgot. All great shooters. There's a Hopkins and Allen on there also.
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1860 Colt, 1851 Colt, 1858 Rem,, Enfield Muskeetoon, Enfield 2 band, 1842 Macon springfield smoothbore .69 cal [Original]. 1861 springfield 3 band. and my 1862 Gatling Gun 50 Cal.
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VERY proud to join this thread. Long over due. Picked up this 1860 Uberti in Gettysburg today.

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Very nice sixgun. You made a good choice.

Did you get ammo too?
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I really like the Gatling Gun!
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