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Currituck Kid

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About Currituck Kid

  • Birthday 10/07/1987

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  1. Did this work? I'm running into the same issue. I've tried a variety of 1911 springs and i keep getting light primer strikes according to the gun smith that is working on it for me.
  2. Hey everyone, So I have a baikal coach gun with the exposed cocking levers that look like hammers. I gave it to my gunsmith with the goal of lightening the springs using the 1911 spring tricks. Whoever owned it before really mucked it up. They basically welded on of the springs onto the gun so my Smith has to cut it off. Long story short all the springs we've tried (including a 25 pound one) are still causing light primer strikes and the gun is still not going boom. Two things, if you have a fix I'm all ears. But at this point I just want the gun to go boom
  3. Thanks for the input everyone. I plan on loading up some test loads this week and taking it out over the weekend to check to see if its fixed.
  4. So a light load would cause a primer to back out? Because I did make these lighter loads. Can you explain why a light load would so that? I plan on stripping the gun down and making sure everything is good. Trimming all brass and basically try everything.
  5. Hey everyone, I have a uburti cattlemen that was worked by the guys at Taylor and company to be race ready a few years ago chambered in 38-40. I've shot this gun for over 2 year now with no issues. Last Saturday I went out and every time i shot a casing it would bind up and not let me go through cocking motions. I should add it was one specific chamber. Here's the thing, my other pistol was not having any issues with my reloads. Non fired cases would rotate just fine. Spent casings would almost bind up and lock the cylinder up. Any ideas? I'd like to get th
  6. Hey everyone, So my gunsmith has my wife's baikal coach gun. She has the version with the exposed cocking levers that look like hammers. Who ever owned it before did a real mess to it and he's fixing it all up. But we did the 1911 spring trick. I bought 1911 recoiled springs (11 pounds) but they arnt heavy enough to cause shells to go off just light primer strikes. Any advice? My thoughts are just buy a heavier recoup spring. But if someone has a better option can you point me in the right direction?
  7. I've had people ask for all markings so I took more pictures today
  8. Changed title to Navy Arms because of the confusion. I was told it was a Chiappa when I bought it.
  9. Bump, Researched shipping so willing to ship
  10. Hey everyone,I recently switched to all 73's for sass and no longer need this rifle.Length 24 inch octagonalBlued steel. No safety. It's imported by Taylor and company but it's an armi sport.Few dings in the wood. And the front of the tube has a few scratches where previous owner didn't know there was a screw to undo it.Has been a great shooter and the internals are all polished. $800.00 obo plus shipping
  11. If you're in the market for a 92 i have one. I gave up my search for one in a 73 and just bought a 357
  12. Hi Dusty, are you not allowing PM's? I went to send you a message and it is not allowing me.
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