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#3012499 - 11/02/12 10:39 AM Muzzleloading pistol
Savage
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I found an old muzzleloading pistol, single shot, .45 cal, that my dad bought as a kit a few years ago and put together. It feels sound, and I'd like to carry it a few times this year. Any recommendations on loads for something like this?
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#3012511 - 11/02/12 10:54 AM Re: Muzzleloading pistol [Re: Savage]
FrontierGander
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any clue what brand? A picture would help a ton.
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#3012514 - 11/02/12 10:54 AM Re: Muzzleloading pistol [Re: Savage]
Brisco Darlin
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i've got one that i put about 35 gr black powder and a patched ball. i use to carry mine or a blackpowder revolver. now i just try to reload quick in case i think i need a follow up shot.
mine was a kit i made as a kid. it was a CVA colonial pistol.


Edited by Brisco Darlin (11/02/12 10:55 AM)
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#3012657 - 11/02/12 12:51 PM Re: Muzzleloading pistol [Re: Brisco Darlin]
Savage
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It looks like a CVA colonial, but with a longer barrell. Only markings are "Made in Italy." Dad said he shot a patched round ball, and thought 30-40 grains of black powder. Would Pyrodex convert to about the same?
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#3012658 - 11/02/12 12:52 PM Re: Muzzleloading pistol [Re: Savage]
Savage
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FYI- I would carry it more as a novelty of wanting to kill a doe or something with it... I'm not going to trade my Savage for it! \:D
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"Now therefore take, I pray thee, thy weapons, thy quiver and thy bow, and go out to the field, and take me some venison."- Gen 27:3


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#3012662 - 11/02/12 12:53 PM Re: Muzzleloading pistol [Re: Savage]
Brisco Darlin
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 Originally Posted By: Savage
It looks like a CVA colonial, but with a longer barrell. Only markings are "Made in Italy." Dad said he shot a patched round ball, and thought 30-40 grains of black powder. Would Pyrodex convert to about the same?
I would start with 30 and work up. 40 may be alittle much. right or wrong i use the same markings on my brass measure for real and pyrodex.
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#3012858 - 11/02/12 02:45 PM Re: Muzzleloading pistol [Re: Brisco Darlin]
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I got a 1895 remington revolver loaded with 30 grains of black powder. I hope a get a deer in 20 yards of my stand this year
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