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oldfox wrote:I notice quite a few black powder replica revolvers on the market and they seem to becoming more popular as ammo and reloading components become scarce. I myself would like to see a forum on these and anyone that shoots them. I am not that familiar with them, but would like to learn a bit more..
I think that would be a good idea IF we have enough people that are interested in separating this out as a specific topic. I do not own one but have always wanted one of the old Navy BP revolvers. I have been looking at the CVA Optima V2 pistol as well because you can use BH209 out of it and from everything that I have read it is a very accurate pistol. Busta, on this forum, has hunted with one and shared some info with me about them.
I'll keep a watch on this thread and see if we get more that are interested.
Do you have one?
cayuga wrote:The one I currently own is a Pietta (sold by Cabela's) It is a .44 caliber shooting a .451 roundball. It is made in Italy. Mine is the target model. It is a REMINGTON (NAME ONLY) NEW ARMY target model 1858. It is a very accurate and reliable revolver. I shoot 25 grains of 3f Jim Shockey Gold powder and that ball.
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