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How was the accuracy on it Steve?
I dont expect great accuracy on Cimmaron/Uberti stuff but was it grouping okay?

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How was the accuracy on it Steve?
I dont expect great accuracy on Cimmaron/Uberti stuff but was it grouping okay?


Accuracy? Grouping?

You’re confusing me. Am I supposed to check for that stuff with guns like this? :bigsmile:

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I got a Navy Arms reproduction of a Colt Walker .44 in the mail today:

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It came with a holster and a spare cylinder, which is cool. If you're not familiar with these revolvers, they are MASSIVE.

I have one already (not a Navy Arms, made by someone else), and it has a little problem where if you cock is quickly, the cylinder sometimes over-rotates a bit. Sadly . . . this one does the same thing. :(

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Tue Sep 11, 2018 6:17 pm
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Nice! Is that a .50? .54?

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MadPick wrote:
Nice! Is that a .50? .54?

58 caliber. Just because!
Aslo, my SP-10, DSA FAL, SMLE, and Grandpas salmon rod.


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Heck yeah:

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When the price dropped to $160 shipped, I couldn't say no.

That's a replica of an 1858 Remington in .44 caliber. It has adjustable sights, so maybe it's not a great replica, but what the hell. :bigsmile:

And no, that's not rust on the barrel. Just a bad lighting and sharpening job. icon_eek

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When the price dropped to $160 shipped, I couldn't say no.

That's a replica of an 1858 Remington in .44 caliber. It has adjustable sights, so maybe it's not a great replica, but what the hell. :bigsmile:

And no, that's not rust on the barrel. Just a bad lighting and sharpening job. icon_eek



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