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Morgan Cooper

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  • Birthday 10/02/1985

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  1. I'm not a life member though. Just a regular member. We don't get plastic cards.
  2. I'm talking about the member card that comes in the welcome packet after you sign up.
  3. I accidentally left my membership card in my pocket when it went into the washing machine. How do I go about replacing it?
  4. Here is my gun and my rig. =}
  5. Well, I just got the replacement screws today, and decided to ignore the effed up hole and leave it empty. I then went to the range and put about 30 rounds through it and it was perfectly fine. I'll just worry about the hole and what to do with it another time.
  6. That would work, but in my opinion it's too much work for me. When I just wanna shoot. I can get it all done kinda quickly, so I just load and cap the cylinder off the gun and then put it in very carefully.
  7. Yes I can do that, but I dont have a straight line capper and I have big fingers, and it's hard to finagle a cap in that space, so I dont do it that way.
  8. And its manufactured this way so that a conversion cylinder cannot be used to shoot cartridges.
  9. You are welcome. They are offering the guns manufactured in this manner because in the UK no one can have handguns that shoot cartridges. It has to be cap and ball black powder for them to have a gun.
  10. Because there isn't a loading lever, the cylinder is removed and loaded using a loading press and then capped off the gun then placed back into it.
  11. On the cartridge version, its round, and goes through a hole in the frame. On the C&B version, its half moon shaped, and the hole in the frame the firing pen goes through is half moon shaped also. The nipples are off set, and not center, on the cylinder. Which makes firing cartridges out of the gun impossible without modification.
  12. The Uberti 1873 Cattleman black powder model is manufactured by Uberti just like the standard cartridge 1873 Cattleman revolvers. It features a steel frame and is chambered in 44 caliber. It is a great option for people who want the look of the 1873 Single Action without needing to use cartridge ammunition. This 44 caliber percussion revolver has all the features a cartridge Colt Single Action Army revolver, but with a removable black powder cylinder. Authentic color case hardened steel frame, fluted cylinder, fixed sights and 1-piece walnut grips.
  13. It is an 1873 Uberti Cattleman, but it is the percussion cap and ball version. It cannot shoot cartridges.
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