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Reverend P. Babcock Chase

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  1. I'd shoot the gun as made for a while. You might like it as is. Photos from the old west that show shotguns invariably show long barrels. The extra weight and length might make you a nanosecond slower, but you can worry about that later when you have a better idea of exactly what you want. Reverend Chase
  2. You will be the envy of everyone at the next barbecue. Great job
  3. Howdy, What Jenny said. I have a 58 conversion and the prior owner had small slots to show the rims of each chamber. Just the rims. easy to see the brass on 5 and a black slot. Show that it sits to the left of the top strap. Cock the hammer and it rolls under the hammer. Lower the hammer on the empty chamber. Rev. Chase
  4. I'm betting with Yusta. Case lengths vary. Had the same problem with 45 Colt til I checked and started to trim all my cases. Although trimming a bunch of 9mm might be a pain, especially if you have a high loss rate at the range. Rev. Chase
  5. Howdy JJ, If Grey Ghost doesn't take the holsters, I will for $95. They sure are pretty. Reverend P. Babcock Chase
  6. Howdy July, I use those speed loaders on my Schofields and my Remington conversion. Reverend Chase
  7. Howdy Blind Eye, Years ago, I bought a pair of white painters pants. Before the first washing, I carefully cut off a back pocket and those down on the leg. After washing all the stitch holes disappeared and I had some "Mexican" pants. Reverend Chase
  8. Howdy Shooters, Although they smell like burning plastic when shot, are the plastic coated bullets better at reducing leading than normal lubed variety. I normally shoot Chey-Cast 200 gr. .454 dia. bullets. Hard cast, the bullets generate some blow back and apparently little upset on firing. If the coated bullets are a better choice, I guess I can live with the burning plastic smell (kinda reminds me of an automotive wiring short - ugh). Please let the opinions begin. Reverend Chase
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