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    Neat old Marlin. Nice when the amputation is done by a "surgeon" and not by Bubba's great grandfather; I've seen some rifles converted to carbines by people who DIDN'T know what they were doing, and they never shot right again. I bet that one would shoot!

    (I have a Winchester Hi-wall 1885 made in 1893 that chambers that same cartridge; it's just enough more powerful than a .44-40 to be worth the trouble to make it in the first place.).

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    Back in the 70's Mag-Na-Port made a custom conversion revolver from a Charter Arms BullDog. They called it the "Backpacker". I believe they were serialed numbered from 1 - 200. When Ken Kelly (Mag-Na-Port) showed me pictures of the backpacker, I knew I had to have one. Ken told me I would have to locate an older BullDog without the underlug on the barrel.
    About a year ago I found a nice Charter Arms BullDog. It was an older model from the early 70's, and blued. I paid $200.00 for the BullDog. Then off it went to Mag-Na-Port for the conversion. A few days ago I received it back. Some of the things that were done to it was the barrel shortened to 1.75", barrel porting, eliminate the front sight, bobbed hammer, hard chrome finish, and trigger job. I will eventually have Patrick Grashorn make some Elk grips for it.
    I shot 25 rounds of Winchester Silver tips through it today. Without a front if you try to aim it, the BullDog shoots all over the place. So I did point & shoot, and it worked pretty good. All this was at about 10 feet.






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    What a completely lovely 'Charter Arms'...

    I have long admired them for offering their .44 Special in the various options.

    And, indeed, any of these would make a fine platform for a 'Custom'.

    Nice to see!

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    Whitecoyote,

    Heck of a nice looking CA. Looks quite a bit like the stainless steel one I've been carrying every day for about the past 10 years.
    The chop job had already been done to it when I bought it. I did bob the hammer though:


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    Quote Originally Posted by twaits View Post
    Whoops I did it again....





    Ahhh memories...the two guns that got me banned for life at The High Road
    I love revisiting this thread!

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    twaits, why did those guns get you banned at The High Road?

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    Could it be because they don't know that Twaits shotguns are cut down and are still legal lengths? And they think he's ruining valuable collectible shotguns....

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    Quote Originally Posted by CWO4USCGRET View Post
    Could it be because they don't know that Twaits shotguns are cut down and are still legal lengths? And they think he's ruining valuable collectible shotguns....
    Yup, shotguns that generally retail for about $120-$200 in used condition.
    After they banned Twaits I gave consideration to sending them an email suggesting they get more mature moderators instead of just old moderators, and telling them to close my account. I never bothered as I don't like the site to begin with. I go there about once a year.

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    Erik's gonna make one of these up for me when I find a nice well used Western Field or Stevens 520 pump!

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    Winchester 1897 from 1910.
    The West wasn't won with a registered gun.


 
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