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Re: Picking a 44-40 Revolver [Re: sandcritter] #13615160 03/01/19
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SavyJack you got gooood taste in shooters and moooovies. Now with a good snow day ,an appropriate crock pot of chili as well as some cold beer and a bottle of whiskey you could be good to go.

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Re: Picking a 44-40 Revolver [Re: sandcritter] #13623830 03/04/19
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Re: Picking a 44-40 Revolver [Re: Hawk_Driver] #13656628 03/14/19
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Not to disparage the model mentioned but I would just find a 3rd generation Colt. I traded into this one a few weeks ago. It is a 44-40 with the removable cylinder bushing and some of the nicest case colors I have ever seen.
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Re: Picking a 44-40 Revolver [Re: sandcritter] #13664659 03/17/19
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Beautiful.

Re: Picking a 44-40 Revolver [Re: sandcritter] #13670174 03/19/19
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id love one of those in a 45 colt. It would go great with my new frontier 22

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Re: Picking a 44-40 Revolver [Re: sandcritter] #13707768 04/02/19
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I just bought two fairly new Taylor-tuned cattleman 5 1/2"s and have an older Uberti 7 1/2" Regulator. My first cowboy match, the Taylor-tuned Uberti's failed me. Light primer strikes left 4 or 5 to not go off and then a bunch where, I believe, the cylinder wouldn't rotate. I think the 44-40 casings wouldn't slide all the way into the cylinder thus catching on the frame and preventing rotation. I just had the cylinders lightly honed and crowned. If interested, I can let you know how they work on the second, go around.


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Re: Picking a 44-40 Revolver [Re: sandcritter] #14434002 01/04/20
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I changed hosts and updated the revolver part of the 44 Winchester website.

https://sites.google.com/view/44winchester/revolvers

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