Guns Guns Guns!!!!!! - Page 2




 
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February 17th, 2004  
Chris
 
 
Well, haven't heard from Remington yet, but I did some research on my own.

It's a .43 Spanish round.




Those pics aren't MY rifle, but it looks exactly like this one. Apparently they're rare, and the cheapest one for sale I've seen has been $600. None of these had the original leather carrying strap either.

And yes...it's a cleaning rod.
February 17th, 2004  
Redneck
 
 
Haha, I figured it would be. Looks like it uses the same rolling-block action that the M1871 Springfield has.

Actually the M1871 looks a lot like your rifle:
http://www.19thcenturyweapons.com/ga...s/71rb104.html
February 29th, 2004  
nagelg
 
Remington rolling block action. I have one of later mfg. They were used extensivily in militarys around the world for a short period before repeating rifles.

George
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April 3rd, 2004  
No MERCY
 
 

Topic: sweet


Cool. a friend of mine has a M-4, 9mm, .45, glock, M-16, M1,and an MP5. cool stuff. I've only seen one of them. But the pictures are cool. He know how to put the M-16 together with his eyes closed.
August 18th, 2004  
c/Commander
 
 
Now is he in the military or are these illegal weapons that he's toting around?
August 18th, 2004  
SHERMAN
 
 
Hmmm, acctually, if he ives in Navada...
September 3rd, 2004  
c/Mcpl.Lynam
 
sounds like an old school black powder