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  1. Thanks! Looks like an ol Stevens 235 would fit the bill
  2. Which SxS exposed hammer shotguns do you guys keep an eye out for as a shooter that is older than a 'clone'? I'm talking shooter priced, less than 1k.
  3. Not really. If you take it apart and look at the action the safety bar doesn't have much to do with it. I do like it twice as much now! Especially after doing this and refinishing the grips to look original to a real S&W 19th century.
  4. Figured it out. It's perfect now, just like an original. Thanks a bunch Snake-eye!
  5. Thanks for that tip, I removed it and it functions correctly now. However, how do you reinstall the thumb cylinder release? Once I have it installed without the safety bar there and put the screw in, it is seized up and can't be used.
  6. So just got my first S&W Model 3 clone, a Uberti Schofield. What I noticed that was different than my original S&W Russian is that the hammer cannot be eased down all the way to where you see the firing pin protruding from the frame between the cylinder gap. The Uberti Schofield only eases down to the safety notch. If you dry fire the pin it it goes all the way down, but not if you ease down the hammer. Is this normal and why? My SAA clones can be eased down all the way. I'm confused why the S&W wouldn't be the same.
  7. What is the difference and which one is better?
  8. Wanting a nice shooter in either rifle. Please message me with what you have!
  9. Yep!!!! Let me know if anyone has one they would pass on!
  10. Doesn't matter to me as long as it was done right
  11. Ah good point Dave! I don't care what the caliber is but I do want a one with a loading gate and ejector rod.
  12. If you have one that you would be willing to part with I'm interested in buying one.
  13. I'd like a nice shooter grade Springfield Trapdoor. Preferably a 1884 but any will do. 50-70 or 45-70
  14. My apologies mate. I'll keep it to myself. Sorry for intruding guys
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