Homespun Cartridge Conversion, Part 1

Having just competed The Outlaw I was left with a cap-and-ball cylinder I had no use for and a metal lathe that was doing nothing particular at that moment. Hmmm… I wonder if I can bore this out to shoot the original .44 Colt?* I pulled the nipples, chucked up...

Homespun Cartridge Conversion, Part 1

Having just competed The Outlaw I was left with a cap-and-ball cylinder I had no use for and a metal lathe that was doing nothing particular at that moment. Hmmm… I wonder if I can bore this out to shoot the original .44 Colt?* I pulled the nipples, chucked up...

‘The Outlaw’ .45 Colt Build- Complete (phase 1&2)

I posted Phase 1 of this build several months ago, but I thought I’d save you the trouble of looking it up so I’ve included that post in this one. The starting point for this conversion is a Pietta 1851 Navy Colt reproduction fitted with a .44-caliber...

Range Report 09 Aug 17- Lady’s Choice

Linda and I made the weekly pilgrimage to Champion Arms but this week we had a purpose- for Linda to test-fire four guns and pick a favorite. She got to shoot the Chiappa Rhino, her Kahr E9, the Para-Ordinance LDA .45 and her newest, a Taurus PT738 .380 side-by-side....

‘Good Cause’ Restrictions on Carry a No-Go

Can you imagine if you had to show ‘Good Cause’ to exercise your civil rights?   “Sorry, you haven’t shown Good Cause why we should allow you to worship as you please. After all, it’s just a matter of which fairy-tale you believe in, and...
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