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BPC Conversions / Re: Kirst Konverter
« Last post by BlackpowderJim on Today at 04:02:18 PM »
Yep, Lee at Old South Firearms is top notch. I ordered my Howell engraved conversion cylinder and it arrived in Las Vegas, all the way from Bama in just three days.
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Wads/lubes/Cleaning / Re: Food grade lube
« Last post by Hawg on Today at 03:30:53 PM »
Hi, lubes like Crisco and lard soon have the gun slippery like a greased pig. I mostly use lubed wads, but have used 50/50 bees wax and olive oil mix with good success in C&B revolvers.

Regards,
Richard

You don't have to use a lot, just a little around the edge of the balls. More than that just gets blown all over the gun. I use a beeswax/crisco or olive oil mix for bullet lube for cartridges and minies. It would make a good lube cookie for under ball use too.
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 Very nice job Racing!
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Wads/lubes/Cleaning / Re: Food grade lube
« Last post by Pustic on Today at 01:39:49 PM »
Hey Len, I've been here, just haven't posted a lot.  ])M
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Wads/lubes/Cleaning / Re: Food grade lube
« Last post by Len on Today at 01:23:32 PM »
Hello Pustic, been a while, good to see you back on
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Wads/lubes/Cleaning / Re: Food grade lube
« Last post by Pustic on Today at 12:19:14 PM »
After you lube your gun, you can then eat it.  ])M
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To slightly paraphrase Kim Jong-un‘s daddy:  North Coast PRK is best PRK!

Speaking generally:  What sort of looser gets run out of their own State and off their own home ground?  I own and live on a good  chunk of CA real estate and love it and intend to keep it.  I do whatever I want to do here and never had a legal problem in my life.  To hell with  legacy American “internal refugees” and chicken-shit capitulationists, actually.  Keep what you have and stay ready to fight for it, even if it kills ya.

Trouble is in California you have a government of the illegal, by the illegal and for the illegal. The DMV (Department of Mexican Voters) gives them drivers licenses and then registers them to vote and ethey all vote for socialist democrat. When you say stay and fight, how? The deck is stacked against us. I guess I could buy 40 acres outside of Barstow, in the desert, but what kind of life would that be?
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Hi, a couple of years ago I purchased a color case hardened Pietta 1858 that had checkered grips installed. I remember when posting a photo there were a lot of negative comments about the grips in that one wants grips that slip.

Many people think that it's good for a single action revolver to roll upwards after firing since it's then easier to thumb back the hammer.  I don't agree with that.
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As many of you are aware i replaced the stocks on my one original for a pair off of a Smith model 29.



Of course this is the sort of hardcore route to take,but let me assure you that it makes for a tremendous difference in how you grip,and hold on,to the gun.
It´s like night n day.

That looks beautiful - and functional.  I'd love that but i bet it  cost 60 bucks or so.
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Wads/lubes/Cleaning / Re: Food grade lube
« Last post by ssb73q on Today at 09:44:57 AM »
Hi, lubes like Crisco and lard soon have the gun slippery like a greased pig. I mostly use lubed wads, but have used 50/50 bees wax and olive oil mix with good success in C&B revolvers.

Regards,
Richard
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