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JP McLintock

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    Leatherwork, old Harley's, cowboy stuff, horses

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  1. Thank you, that's pretty much what the wife has been shooting., I was curious what others may be using. I've been loading black powder for my son's single shot and it seems to work well for him. Thanks for the replies.
  2. Looking for recipes for low recoil 20 gauge loads 3/4 or 7/8 Oz. Thank you!
  3. Is there a ring of carbon in the chambers that's keeping the round from seating?
  4. Doubletree leatherworks in cherry grove mn. Doubletreeleatherworks.com
  5. I'm switching out the hammers on my original vaqueros, thought I'd post a picture or the difference between the two. The super blackhawk hammers are almost twice as wide as the stock vaquero hammer, but I think I like that. And on a side note, super blackhawk grips do fit on the wrangler, makes for a nice 22 if you have bigger hands.
  6. Awhile back somebody posted up some gun cart plans, and I can't seem to find them in the search. I was hoping whoever posted them could post them again. Thanks in advance.
  7. I'd definitely take the money you were going to spend on a short stroke and get a set of schofield dies.
  8. Marlin 94, different springs, and one piece firing pin. Bought 2 of them for about what a 73 would have cost.
  9. Waalite was the same powder I was using for light loads, I'll have to take a look at extra lite, or I may find something using unique. Thanks for the info Warden, good to know, I have 4 different guns that need that done, more winter projects.
  10. This one needs a good cleaning and a cracked stock fixed, it appears the barrels are steel and not twisted. I paid $125 for it, seemed cheap enough for a fiddle around project. May I ask what recipe you use for your light loads?
  11. Does anyone have any kind of information on the hopkins and allen hammered doubles? One came into my possession, serial number in the 41xxx, appears to have steel barrels. I'll post some pictures soon. Thanks
  12. I paid $500 for a omv in 45 colt with a 7 1/2" barrel last fall, it bothered me because I only paid $450 for my other one brand new.
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