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Grave Robber, SASS #57546

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About Grave Robber, SASS #57546

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    Black Powder, old westerns, Wisconsin Badgers

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  1. Have you tried Bore Butter on the arbor? I don't know if it will make the difference but it works great on my percussion guns.
  2. The 3rd generation is known as the Signature Series as they have Sam Colt's signature on the back of the grip frame.
  3. The Third generation were manufactured under an authorized licensing agreement with Colt Firearms by Colt Blackpowder Arms Company (CBAC). I believe CBAC also did most of the work on the second generation but those were then finished at the Colt factory. I have a 2nd generation and a 3rd generation 1851. The latter has a rougher action and the grip color is not quite to my taste but I still like it.
  4. That is very disappointing. I bought some a while back in hopes they would work until Remington No. 10s could be had again. I haven't had the opportunity to test them.
  5. That is a dandy of a deal. Sadly, it won't fit my rig (and I'm a long ways away). Best of luck.
  6. I know Pietta makes a snub nose version of the 1860 with the Thunderer grips. Do (or did) Uberti make one also?
  7. Dang, those are purdy. If all my stuff weren't 44-40 I'd snap those up.
  8. I have a pair of Beretta Stampedes that I run bone stock with real BP cartridges. They work great but it have been a while since they were made in .44-40.
  9. If you're still looking there is a fellow on YouTube that is producing for sale one that will anneal multiple calibers up to 50 BMG. His channel is Elfster's Rifles and Reloading.
  10. Where are you located? I have a friend who may be interested. GR
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