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Loading black powder by conductor53
Smeghead wrote: Where can I get info on how much powder to use? What kind of powder to use? Sm. black powder .44 cal cap and ball Made in Italy. And both hunting and target. You can start out with 20 grains of FFFFg powder. That's commonly ...
U.S. Revolver Company by two old dogs
U.S. Revolver Company was a trade brand used by Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works. The U.S Revolver Company revolvers were designed to use excess parts from the Safety Hammer Automatic, Second Model, which was replaced by the Safety Hammer ...
Enfield muskets by conductor53

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