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    Default 4 Rugers

    1x stainless vaquero in 44 Mag, 1x stainless New Modek Super Blackhawk in 44 Mag, 2x sequentially numbered Blackhawk Convertibles in 45Colt/45ACP. Four single actions, that's all, unless of course you count my sweet stainless 1911 in 38Super Auto, it's a single action as well (sorta).
    'I'll help you down the trail and proud to' Rooster Cogburn.

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    OM Blackhawk .44 Spl. conversion, 4 5/8" barrel
    OM Blackhawk .41 Mag., 4 5/8" barrel
    OM Blackhawk .45, 4 5/8" barrel
    OM Blackhawk .45, convertable, 7 1/2" barrel
    1914 Colt SAA, .45, 4 3/4" (transition)

    Gotta love those sa's.
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    Welcome to the guide Pete
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    Unhappy Only One Single-Action...(Sniff)

    A US Arms Company Abilene.

    .44 Magnum, 7 1/2" barrel, blued.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocklock
    A US Arms Company Abilene.

    .44 Magnum, 7 1/2" barrel, blued.
    Rocklock,
    WELCOME TO THE FORUM!!!!
    That is ok. I do not have any hand gun, but I guess my signnature line explains that!
    DANIEL/BS JR.
    Last edited by Bullshop Junior; 12-16-2005 at 04:15 AM.

    (Reminds me of what I do to my brothers)

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    Welcome to the guide Rocklock
    Toney Relic Hunter

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    Hi Y'all,
    Between Toney, and BullshopJr, I'M SLIPPING !
    Welcome to the board,guys !!
    Hi 4fingermick,how's me mate ?
    I know,I know, it's not gun/reloading, but.....doing a computer for a guy at work. For his mother. Trying to find drivers for the audio, and modem. Found some.
    DUDE ! You got a DELL ! Where did I hear that before ?
    Maybe, after the fog clears, I can do some reloading,in 45 Colt.
    With the fog, can't see 1/4 mile. Glad,I don't have to drive in it.
    Shoot straight,keep your powder dry.
    See ya.
    Never get caught with your pants down.
    Makes it hard to run.
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    The old calibers and guns got the job done
    WARTHOG

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    Bullshop do'nt worry mate ! Plenty of time for handguns yet . & Mick it's great to see another Digger on the site What part of Auz you from mate?

    Dave
    All times wasted wot not spent shootin

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    Talking My Ruger SA's

    All my SA's are Rugers.
    1 - Blued Super w/7 1/2" barrel 44mag and B-square moount w/Tasco 2x scope.
    1 - Stainless 5 1/2" Single Six pre-warning. The only difference between the two cylindars is that the LR has a firing pin groove and the mag doesn't.
    1 - Blued Blackhawk 4 5/8" .357
    3 - Old model Bearcats, 2 w/blued & 1 w/brass

    1 - Ruger Security Six. 4" bbl, 1976 model.
    1 - Colt 1991 A1 Govmt model

    I'm working on getting a Ruger Mk III 22/45 w/5" bbl. I keep mentioning it to my wife, but she hasn't give in yet. Can't complain too much though. She let me get a Ruger M77 MkII in 270WSM last spring for a hunting trip to Montana in October that unfortunately went bust. Didn't even see an elk, let alone shoot one. SA's are a lot of fun and I love my Super dearly. I use it for deer in Iowa.

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    Revolvers:

    S&W: 686 6" Stainless .357
    629 6" Stainless .44mag (Factory ported)
    Colt : Cobra 2" .38
    Ruger: Redhawk 71/2" Stainless .44mag
    GP100 6" Stainless .357
    Blackhawk 6" Stainless .357/9mm
    Blackhawk 6" Stainless .44mag
    Vaquero 6" Stainless .45LC
    Single Six 51/2" Blue .22/.22mag
    Single Six 9" Blue .22/.22mag
    A couple Iver Johnson .22's and last but not least a NAA .22mag

    I don't think I forgot any. Santa is bring me a Lee Anniversary Kit and afew other reloading goodies, so I'm excited about starting to load my own. Been shooting for a long time and just decieded to take the next step. I'm sure there will be some questions.

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Abbreviations used in Reloading

BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
C Compressed Charge PR Primer SPCL Soft Point "Core-Lokt"
HP Hollow Point PSPCL Pointed Soft Point "Core Lokt" C.O.L. Cartridge Overall Length
PSP Pointed Soft Point Spz Spitzer Point SBT Spitzer Boat Tail
LRN Lead Round Nose LWC Lead Wad Cutter LSWC Lead Semi Wad Cutter
GC Gas Check        

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