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Col Del Rio

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Anyone have experience with the Tippmann Rolling Blocks?  I'd like to get a 45-70 rifle someday. 

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I'm a big fan of their paintball guns for certain applications...

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 experience with the Tippmann Rolling Blocks: No

 

But I love rolling blocks, any one know if casting kits or 80% are still available?

 

Fordyce

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I've handled a lot of their guns but not that one. Seem to take their business seriously.  Nice guns.

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No offense to Tippmann, they look pretty nice.  However, I find it hard to pay more for a reproduction than a good original.  Rolling blocks are much cheaper than other period single shots and are pretty widely available. For example, I bought my 1872, 50-70 New York rolling block with a really nice bore for about half the msrp listed on the tippmann website.  The European rolling blocks are a good deal as well.  You do have to deal with the old calibers, which can be a challenge, but not impossible.  

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Col Del Rio I have had contact there and the man to contact is;

Mr. Drew Stoppenhagen. Ft. Wayne, Ind.

drew@tippmannindustrial.com

(866) 286-4868

 

 

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