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  1. I believe this applies: English stock = elbow out Pistol grip = elbow at side
  2. This should give you some generalization for your questions. http://ns.hodgdon.com/PDF/Cowboy Action Data.pdf
  3. https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1764445105/loctite-222-threadlocker-purple
  4. You might try this. https://www.midwayusa.com/product/469178/wolff-base-pin-latch-spring-ruger-single-action-extra-power-pack-of-3
  5. This may provide more question but see FAQ 1 and the last. http://whiteflyer.com/faqs/
  6. This was written for a 1911 but worth looking at. http://bullseyepistol.com/training.htm
  7. Slow down and practice perfect form. Eventually muscle memory will be formed. Then speedup going only as fast as form is maintained.
  8. You might try this https://www.midwayusa.com/product/202306/galco-combat-master-holster?gunGroupId=2-29-1896-15-11-HA0
  9. A friend gave me a revolver marked 38-200. It appears to be a MK-5 Enfield of Belgium origin with a 3 inch barrel. I found some Lee dies and use one of Lee's loads with my 158 gr. bullets I use for 357. At 12 yards it hit the target and the gun did not blow up. As it is double action only with a hard trigger pull, I stopped there.
  10. Just for reference: http://www.starrett.com/metrology/product-detail/EC799A-6~150 https://www.mscdirect.com/product/details/86487592
  11. Look at spanner screw driver for one that fits. Examples at lower, right side of photo. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0763YLD4C/ref=sspa_dk_hqp_detail_aax_0?psc=1
  12. For just depriming you might want to consider something like this. I have seen bench rest shooter use this. https://harveydeprimer.com/cart?olsPage=products
  13. Try using a separate crimping die. Suggest either https://www.midwayusa.com/product/716704/lee-carbide-factory-crimp-die or https://www.midwayusa.com/product/709739/redding-combination-taper-crimp-die I use both but kind of favor the Redding. Both work.
  14. I have both original Vaquero in 45, New Vaquero in 357. Both are stainless. I paint the front sight with a few coats of Testors Flat Black then mark the back of the sight with gold leaf. Make sure you wipe down the grips with oil to remove the sweat as stainless will color red (rust). I also have a blued clone in 44/40. The easiest to shoot is the New Vaquero in 357. To clean I drop the guns in a 50 caliber ammo can with Ed's Red. The stainless can stay there for an extended period while the blued guns need to be removed the next day as the solvent tends to lift the blue over an extended time. Blow dry with air and run a few patches thru the cylinder and bore. Done guns are cleaned and oiled.
  15. You might want to review this page. http://www.marblearms.com/shotgun-beads.html
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