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Buckshot Dobbs

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About Buckshot Dobbs

  • Birthday 11/01/1971

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    Outlaw Camp, Heber Springs, AR

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    Cabot, AR
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    Jesus Christ, Family, Church, Guns, Reloading, Casting.

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  1. http://curtrich.com/bpsubsdummies.html Read this excellent article I consumed years ago when I started loading black powder cartridges for my 1858 NMA Remingtons. Now I ended up going with APP instead of Goex, used both but got lazy and enjoyed shooting non lubed bullets, my load was 1cc of 3f APP (American pioneer powder) and a 1/4” piece of backer rod....read that article and you will see what I mean, shot that in rifle and pistol for several years, got even lazier and went back to that demon smokeless lol. BD
  2. I love my grip n pull bullet puller. Pulled 100 44 mag in no time. BD
  3. I love my Marlin 1894 in 44 mag, mines an older 1894SS model that Mr. Widder helped me with via many phone calls years ago lol. BD
  4. Buckshot,


    Did your sale of the Bisleys complete?





  5. I bought some ETR7 powder a couple years ago and like it.  But I don't think it is readily available anymore.

    Do you know of a source?

    1. Buckshot Dobbs

      Buckshot Dobbs

      No, not since Expansion Industries quit carrying it, sorry.

  6. I actually have just started playing around with a 160 RNFP in my wife's 45 LC Rossi and she hasn't had trouble with blow back as of yet. BD
  7. I can give you my experience. I have an 1894 44SS that has been set up with the angle feed, and it would feed great using 44 special with 200 RNFP, but would occasionally hang when I would use 44 mag brass with the same bullet. Well, a good pard (Doc Fill Em) helped me adjust the tension on my extractor, and that fixed the issue. Now I can tell you she still seems to prefer the length of the 44 special brass, but she will feed both, I just never get a hang up, even with shooter error. The mag brass once in a great while might hang when I don't run the lever as clean as I should. just my experience with a similar rifle. BD
  8. Has anybody seen dates for Fracas at Frisco for this year? BD
  9. Thanks so much Al!! What a blessing! BTW both these rifles are sold. BD
  10. I am selling my Mosin Nagant with all accessories. Comes with oil can, bayonet, ammo pouches and strap. I am also including 40 rounds of good, reloadable brass, boxer primed Seiller and Belot ammo I bought from Cabelas. Gun is in the typical condition of the day, several scratches, was used in combat. It is the 91/30, not the carbine. I have shot it a few times and it shoots great. I would like $225 OBO. i actually have a second one and if you buy both for $450 i'll throw in a set of Lee 7.62x54r dies. i prefer FTF in Arkansas (i would drive a little to meet a pard), but if you wanna ship em, if you pay for shipping I'll try to figure that out thru an ffl here, havent shipped firearms much. gonna try to post pics. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/37465137/File%20Jan%2016%2C%208%2040%2033%20PM.jpeg BD
  11. Hey Brad, welcome to the best fun you can have! Where bouts you located? BD
  12. for Christmas my dear wife bought me a Pietta 1851 in 44 cal and the Taylors conversion cylinder. Well i took it apart and cleaned it really well and took it to the range today and had a great time. Well as I shot it I noticed the screw holding the rammer on would back out. When I try to tighten it, it just free spins. It does not look stripped. I'm not sure why I did not notice this when cleaning? Do you think i can just put it in and blue lock tite it and itbe ok? Do i need to contact emf where my wife bought it? Can I get a better fitting screw somehow? BD
  13. I do love Mikes videos. They helped nudge me down the Black Powder path for CAS for sure lol. And sold an 1851 for Pietta this Christmas in 44 caliber, with a conversion cylinder! 😀 BD
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