What ya thoughts on one of these ?


Its a Conversion, but converted at the factory

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I have one in 38Spl. Nice gun. Mine is the Colt pattern not Remington. Taylor does a good job.

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My thoughts are gun porn

how much are they?

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Do ya have to keep the rounds very tame like cowboy action tame . Or can ya run a normal load in it. I aint talking full tilt stuff

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Bwahhahaha :joy::joy: aint sure

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Uberti & Pedersoli, yes. Stay away from Pietta. They are crap.

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I have shot 158gr semi jacked hollow point self defense ammo with no problems. If I had target ammo I would shoot that but all I have is a big can of the 158’s right now.
Just not willing to pay what they want for 38’s right now and haven’t loaded any target rounds lately.

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They are all crap, and the Pietta I have functions very well after dumping a hun into it.
The 44 roundball flies at a little over 1000fps, hard to do that with a 38sp, darn impossible for a 44-40.

All these third world production guns are a pain until you tune them.
Ill take my six 44s to a 5 shot conversion any day.

Bet ya I can reload mine as fast as you can pull the pin, remove the cylinder, remove the spent carts and replace them, then put the barrel back on. PS I use paper cartridges, and a capper.

A lot of civil war vets carried the muzzle loader handguns even after the 1873 Colt came out. Colt made them all the way to 1872.

Just get a Colt SAA, 45 Colt beats 44-40 hands down. Unless your Lucas McCain.

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Funny, I thought of you instantly… lol

$2699.00 MSRP

My thoughts? Wonder what we could do on a group buy…

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I’d have to check out the trigger, SAO is my taste, but if they managed a good trigger I might buy one :grin:

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