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Long Johns Wolf

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About Long Johns Wolf

  • Birthday 09/11/1946

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  1. RBJ: If legal in Denmark, you may want to consider obtaining a pair of Uberti made Colt 1851 Richards-Mason conversions in .38 Special. These pistols have the ejector and loading gate and you can load them on the clock. If buying the Uberti factory conversions is not an option a local smith can easily fit the C&B revolvers with a .357" liner. That will make the irons as accurate as any other .38 cal. cartridge revolver. Long Johns Wolf
  2. Incidentally, the conical Thuer cases were made from .44 Mag empties. Some (comparative) views of the C&B and the Thuer cylinder of the Centaure Long Johns Wolf
  3. Yes, the case of the cartridge is held by friction. You load the conical contoured cartridge like you load a paper cartridge using the loading lever. A few more pics incl. targets engaged with the Centaure (3-screw frame) and the Uberti (4-screw frame). Long Johns Wolf
  4. A few pics loading a Centaure 1960 New Model Army Thuer and shooting a Uberti Colt 1860 Army Thuer (sorry, no video). Long Johns Wolf
  5. SASS Alias: Long Johns Wolf SASS #: 81096 Where are you from: Hofheim, Germany How Long have you been Cowboy Action Shooting: Since 2008, give or take a few years Preferred CAS pistols: Custom converted C&B Colt Armies and Navies
  6. My smith reamed mine not for .44 Spec. but to accept .44 Colt. Easy Job. Long Johns Wolf
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