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    Here's my Black Powder Frame Colt's Frontier Six Shooter from 1887...
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    .44 Cal Remington 1858 reproductions.
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    We have the one:



    Although it has been a while husband used to do some BP shooting!
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    That's a fine bunch of black powder pistols, my 2 replicas can't hold a candle to yours that's a given. I purchased mine guns awhile back and being new to black powder was kinda surprised at how well they shot. Only problems I've had were caps not staying on which I fixed taking out original Armi San Marco stock nipples and replacing them with stainless steel nipples from Track of The Wolf I think, from that point on they worked outstanding.
    The 1851 spent a day at the range putting it thru a When Will You Fail Test, hours later after 96 balls I had to call it because of darkness, never once a FTF the weapon was really caked up at the end but kept firing. Those none stock nipples did help a great deal, I think they could have slightly larger flash holes then stock, great test I wonder how it'll do on 200 round all day smoke pole test...... looks like I might need another can of Browder. Skeeters
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