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    Moderators, please merge with Gun #### if you feel that it's necessary.

    OK ya'll time to post pictures of your black powder weapons and accessories.

    CVA Colt Replica


    Uberti Remington Replica


    Baby Dragoon that was given to me along with the pistol below by a friend.


    Singleshot pistol. No manufacturer's name on it. It was given to me.


    Top rifle is a .50 Miroku Flintlock. Bottom is a .50 Thompson Center Hawken


    Antique 14 gauge double percussion. Maker unknown. Barrels made in Leige Belgium.
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    Wonderful collection! I only have two. One is a old CVA St. Louis Hawken and the other is a Pietta 1858 Remington revolver.


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    50 cal Hawken replica

    51 Colt in .44 cal C.V.A.

    58 Remington .44 cal Pietta 8" barrel

    58 Remington .44 cal Pietta 5" barrel


    Possibles for all above

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    Made this .54 Hawken from Track of The Wolf parts. It will break clay pigeons ( and deer ) at 100 yards. Made the horn and bag also.


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    Aaaaaw maaaan. I'm hooked. Garage sale time. "Honey, it's an investment! Really!"
    Beautiful wood on that, Flintlock!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ossa1970 View Post
    Is that revolver on the bottom a baby dragoon? I was recently given one exactly like that by a neighbor, but I haven't shot it yet. Is it .31 or .36 caliber?

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    Traditions Shenandoah and Trapper pistol, both .50 cal.


    Had a CVA Hawken I restored but sold it and apparently deleted the pics off flickr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbkittrell View Post
    Is that revolver on the bottom a baby dragoon? I was recently given one exactly like that by a neighbor, but I haven't shot it yet. Is it .31 or .36 caliber?
    Hey and if you don't mind...What kind of knife is that?

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    Harper's Ferry 1807 replica, .58 cal, made in Belgium in the early 1970s

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