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  • chevydeerhunter

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    Does anyone own one of these black powder pistols from Cabela'? I've been looking at them for quite some time and I think they'd be a hoot to play with. I know they're somewhat of a pain in the butt for loading and cleaning, but it's a new toy, right?

    How well are they made and how durable are they?


    Cabela's -- 1858 New Army .44 Caliber Revolver
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    mortdooley

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    Go for it, you won't be disappointed with a solid frame remington reproduction. Mine is a brass frame in .36 caliber and its loads of fun. If you get steel frame you have the option of using the conversion cylinder for cartridges.
     
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