Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Choctaw, Jan 10, 2015.
This is true, a hidden screw. lol
I want to play!
1851 Uberti cap and ball to Conversion in the Richards Mason style with all the bells and whistles.
Colt 1861 (2nd gen) with my proprietary and trademarked Thuer conversion.
1969 Uberti 1860 Richards Type 1 Conversion in 44 Colt Centerfire (outside lubed).
1968 Uberti 1861 Richards Mason conversion
I honestly dunno if I ever applied for membership in this club but here are a few of mine... I just replaced the front sight on my old Sheriffs model 1860 and haven’t had a chance to get it sighted in. It’s one of my favorite pistols, including cartridge firing guns of any vintage...
I am old school and like nice wood and blued guns. Although I don't like shorty guns, the wood on the gun on the left is reminiscent of Circassian Walnut from when I was a kid in the 60's looking at Fajen and Bishop catalogs.
Very nice! Those are 1851 Navy grips. I am always looking for good wood for my Pietta Navies as an upgrade. Would you consider selling that wood? If so, PM me.
Here’s an 1851 Uberti that I recently converted for a customer. It has a lot of custom touches......
I hope y’all enjoy looking at it.
Really like seeing the Richard type 1 conversions. I have had several from ASM but cut for the smaller inside lubed bullet.
You've got some mighty nice wood on those grips of yours! Thanks for sharing!
The Navy grip is something special isn’t it? Thinking of moving it to an saa....
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