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#180033 - 04/04/17 11:46 AM Re: Uberti 1873 Callahan New Model Target [Re: Craig44]
Hoggin
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 Originally Posted By: Craig44
 Originally Posted By: Hoggin
 Originally Posted By: Craig44


Further proof that not all gunsmiths are created equal.


Just have to love the constant ignorance out of you.

This is pretty fitting for you



Ignorance??? You're the guy claiming that putting a "free floating" barrel on a GP, along with vaguery about "doing the needful" was a more accurate solution than lineboring. You're wet behind the ears, trying to be relevant with limited machining skills and thumbing your nose at those who have already been there and done that. When your testing is questioned or your concepts challenged, you get defensive and personal, like you just did. You've never brought anything of substance to the table.

As far as keyboard warrior nonsense, when I started hunting with handguns, you were still crapping yellow.

This is pretty fitting for you:



Wow....such anger....
Anger and bitterness of this level comes from someone not happy with themselves.

Offer still stands....now I'm in a great hunting state so you can come on out and book a hunt and when your done you can come by and see what I actually do.

You can even see some stuff from my limited experience in the past of machining nuclear reactor plant components.

But you won't come....you'll just overflow out of your mouth on any post I make. And that's fine. I find it kind of funny. I also enjoy seeing people take advantage of their first amendment rights since I fought for them.

Tag deadline for Wyoming for the out of state hunters is In May. So you still have time to book.
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#180035 - 04/04/17 12:22 PM Re: Uberti 1873 Callahan New Model Target [Re: Hoggin]
Craig44
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 Originally Posted By: Hoggin
Wow....such anger....
Anger and bitterness of this level comes from someone not happy with themselves.

Offer still stands....now I'm in a great hunting state so you can come on out and book a hunt and when your done you can come by and see what I actually do.

You can even see some stuff from my limited experience in the past of machining nuclear reactor plant components.

But you won't come....you'll just overflow out of your mouth on any post I make. And that's fine. I find it kind of funny. I also enjoy seeing people take advantage of their first amendment rights since I fought for them.

Tag deadline for Wyoming for the out of state hunters is In May. So you still have time to book.

You give yourself too much credit. It will take more than you to get me riled up.

I have no interest in hunting Wyoming or wasting five minutes with you. I've been in the company of real sixguns artisans and I've been in the company of men who served but don't brag about it or bring it up in completely unrelated discussions(that was extremely distasteful (and obvious!) but not unexpected). You are neither.

To be clear, Uberti makes an excellent sixgun but the Callahan has a frame and cylinder that is slightly larger than their standard SAA replica but smaller than a Super Blackhawk. Their ultimate strength is an unknown but they do still have Colt-style lockwork. As such, I would not push my luck with one but they should do fine with standard loads. For how long, I'm about to find out as I just ordered one off Gunbroker. Maybe I'll take this year's water buffalo with it but the cylinder may be too short for heavyweights. Keyboard warrior indeed.

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#180036 - 04/04/17 12:40 PM Re: Uberti 1873 Callahan New Model Target [Re: Craig44]
Hoggin
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 Originally Posted By: Craig44
 Originally Posted By: Hoggin
Wow....such anger....
Anger and bitterness of this level comes from someone not happy with themselves.

Offer still stands....now I'm in a great hunting state so you can come on out and book a hunt and when your done you can come by and see what I actually do.

You can even see some stuff from my limited experience in the past of machining nuclear reactor plant components.

But you won't come....you'll just overflow out of your mouth on any post I make. And that's fine. I find it kind of funny. I also enjoy seeing people take advantage of their first amendment rights since I fought for them.

Tag deadline for Wyoming for the out of state hunters is In May. So you still have time to book.

You give yourself too much credit. It will take more than you to get me riled up.

I have no interest in hunting Wyoming or wasting five minutes with you. I've been in the company of real sixguns artisans and I've been in the company of men who served but don't brag about it or bring it up in completely unrelated discussions(that was extremely distasteful (and obvious!) but not unexpected). You are neither.

To be clear, Uberti makes an excellent sixgun but the Callahan has a frame and cylinder that is slightly larger than their standard SAA replica but smaller than a Super Blackhawk. Their ultimate strength is an unknown but they do still have Colt-style lockwork. As such, I would not push my luck with one but they should do fine with standard loads. For how long, I'm about to find out as I just ordered one off Gunbroker. Maybe I'll take this year's water buffalo with it but the cylinder may be too short for heavyweights. Keyboard warrior indeed.


The constant insults speak volumes about your character.

You can shoot buffalo in a pen here too. You may like that
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#180037 - 04/04/17 01:56 PM Re: Uberti 1873 Callahan New Model Target [Re: Hoggin]
Whitworth
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 Originally Posted By: Hoggin
[You can shoot buffalo in a pen here too. You may like that


I've got no dog in this fight, but have to take exception to this comment. Where Craig will be "shooting buffalo in a pen" is in Hondo, Texas, where you get on the ground at bad breathe distance with water buffalo that are the farthest thing from tame and the "pen" is actually a really large plot of land. I know many of you who haven't done it like to characterize this as shooting cows in pastures, but having hunted water buffalo in the wild and in Texas, I can tell you that the danger factor was up considerably higher in Texas. I too had this notion, until I had experienced it. And this is where long range capability is traded for raw horsepower.

This guy would surely take offense to being treated as tame.....


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