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That's a very cool rifle, outlan.
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Rogers & Spencer / Re: It's here!
« Last post by Omnivore on Today at 02:25:43 PM »
Third party hosting of images rears its ugly head, again.
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1858 Remington Revolvers / Re: No1
« Last post by Racing on Today at 02:10:56 PM »
 )%R
Nuff said.
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Rogers & Spencer / Re: It's here!
« Last post by Indy4570 on Today at 01:31:47 PM »
wow... in a few months this will be SIX YEARS AGO   {:( time flys, good memories here kidzz, havin fun snoopin around  ])M
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I have a CVA mountain rifle kit in .45 , barrel marked USA and maple stock still sealed. as far as i can tell thy only offered the maple the first year, would make it a 1974
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As Mike said, kits that old are often missing parts. I bought a Pedersoli pistol kit that was old and it was only missing a couple of machine screws that I was able to make. Nice find on a different kind of rifle.
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1858 Remington Revolvers / Re: Ruger's little brother!
« Last post by mazo kid on Today at 12:25:11 PM »
Very clever; well done! {?|
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1858 Remington Revolvers / Re: Ruger's little brother!
« Last post by 45 Dragoon on Today at 12:10:53 PM »
Omnivore!!!,

I actually lmao!!!   )L$

A sealed action means a "packed with Mobile 1" action  which fills the voids in the frame. That would allow no fouling to enter into the action and also protect the things I've done from the dreaded "tin worm"!!

It allows an easier cleaning exercise (barrel/cylinder/ hammer slot and face) since most folks don't do a " complete " cleaning each time they compete or have a range day).

Thoughts ?

Mike
www.goonsgunworks.com
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Nice find.  Kits that old are often missing parts or broken.
Here's one I noticed on ArmsList the other day.  This one has a wood forend.   
http://www.armslist.com/posts/7670881/fort-collins-colorado-muzzle-loaders-for-sale--mowerey-50
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how freaking cool is that! awesome find! grats!
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