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Diamond Curly SASS#57086

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    Briggsdale County Shootists, Border Vigilantes, Wildcat Ridge, AGC Cowboys

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  1. I have a Pietta 1851 brass frame revolver with the 5” barrel, shot one cylinder just to check it out, includes loading stand, Remington flask, in-line capper, K leather holster, tube of T/C Borebutter, 200 ox-yoke lubes wads, nipple wrench, and a gun bag. Price is $280.00 shipped CONUS if your State does not require a FFL. If your state requires a FFL the price will be plus the fee. Everything included to just head out to the range and shoot. Total I paid for everything was $400.00 less than a year ago. Thanks, DC
  2. I traded for some items and included were 50 pieces of new Winchester 32-40 and about a half box of Hornady crimp on gas checks in 32 as well. $40.00 plus actual shipping CONUS. I also have some fired 32-40 cases that I will include that are primed and I think made from cut down 30-30 rounds. Not sure if legal to ship primed brass and if not will dispose of locally. Thanks, DC
  3. What revolvers will fit holsters including barrel length! Thanks, DC

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    2. Wyatt Hurts SASS#72737

      Wyatt Hurts SASS#72737

      It is really well made and so one of a kind

    3. Diamond Curly SASS#57086

      Diamond Curly SASS#57086

      They looked short but thought I would ask. I only shoot 7 1/2 or 8 inch open tops. Good looking rig. DC

    4. Wyatt Hurts SASS#72737

      Wyatt Hurts SASS#72737

      Might work still the barrels would extend through the bottom

  4. I modified my Cash in line cappers and helped on most of my revolvers. I just filed the brass tip under the cap and It worked better. DC
  5. I like the plain slim Jim’s for my holsters. The Rogers Spencer has a special holster that is also a slim Jim style. I like them firm so it is easy to remove and return during a stage. Shot military style for awhile but folding over the tops was a real pain. DC
  6. Once you set your routine it will go quickly loading for the next stage. I clear my nipples with a nipple pick and load my guns for a shoot the night before. If you are brand new shooting C&B revolvers I would not work the unloading table while reloading your revolvers. To much interference to learn a routine at the unloading table. I used to reload at my cart at first and that worked out just fine. Welcome to the C& B side of CAS. Some suggest buying enough cylinders but not only cost but time cleaning twelve cylinders did not make sense too me. DC
  7. I have 400 new starline brass in 32-SW Long for sale for $45.00 which includes shipping CONUS. Thanks, DC
  8. I shoot 36 caliber C&B once or twice a season and know there will be some missed calls if all spotters are just listening to a ring with a hit. The conical bullets that I now use are a little more pronounced ring wise but if shooting 36’s makes you worry about misses then just switch to 44’s and forget about missed calls. I enjoy shooting my 36’s and a miss or two is no big deal. I have tried to inform the spotters I am shooting 36’s and could not tell if it helped or not. If you shoot C&B revolvers it is just part of the game along with cap jams and smoke clouds covering the next target. I would not ask for a fresh paint in a match but that is my take on shooting percussion revolvers. DC
  9. I am interested in buying a original or reproduction rolling block in 38-55. I have seen some 45-70 but my shoulder says no more big bores for me. I sold my 45-70 and looking for something with less recoil. I only shoot black powder. Thanks, DC
  10. My brother lives in Glendale and I will see when he is coming up to visit and send the brass with him. I tried to decap  them tonight and my all caliber die does not work on the25-20, go figure.  I will keep you posted. I usually fly down to visit him during Winter Range but would not be able to carry them on the plane. I will keep you posted. DC

  11. I have 40 pieces of 32-40 primed cases made from 30-30 cases for free to anyone local in Denver CO. Thanks, DC
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