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No Horse Hair, SASS #77464

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  1. Thanks for the info, Pards. I gotta' say. it's a little disappointing. I'm not really looking for a "project gun" at this time. But, I sure do like the looks of that model. Maybe I'll get one just to hold when I'm watching Spahgetti Westerns!
  2. I've got experience with Open top percussion 1860's. I consider them to be pretty "cheesy" on the internal parts, but they were cheap and fun to mess with and a good experience. However, I'm looking to pick up the RM type 2 conversion in .44 Special. My question is , how well made are the internal parts in the cartridge guns compared to the cap guns and the Uberti 1873 revolver models? After all. these are $600.00 guns. I shoot a pair of Uberti Smokewagons and have had good luck with them thru limited usage. No Horse Hair
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