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« : January 02, 2019, 12:43:08 PM »

I've owned a PIETTA Italian made  black powder percussion replica of the Colt Navy 1851 .36 caliber octagonal barrel similar to the one
 that Blondie uses in the movie for many years (never shot it) , I then acquired a rough mismatched UBERTI Colt Navy 1851 black powder
replica with round barrel (incorrect to Blondies gun) that I modified with the silver snakes on the grip (web purchase) for my costume,

and finally I just recently pulled the trigger and obtained the Cimarron Firearms "Man With No Name" .38 caliber cartridge conversion
pistol with the silver snakes on both sides of the grips (an early release)! A great shooter, heavy weight,  not exactly
100% accurate as there is a rear sight attached for us who aren't bounty hunters,
so I now have to learn to shoot from the hip now without aiming . Looks to be a great 2019 at the range,
"$200,000 dollars is a lot of money, we're gonna have to earn it".

« : January 02, 2019, 07:11:35 PM sadhill »
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« #1 : January 02, 2019, 06:50:51 PM »

That is REALLY cool. 

I pulled the trigger and finally bought and received today the Blu-Ray of GBU.  I had the restored version, wanted to have the Blu-Ray because of quality and extras.  Was under $10 shipped.

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« #2 : January 02, 2019, 08:05:36 PM »

Very nice to see these and get the info on them too! Thanks for sharing


I've owned a PIETTA Italian made  black powder percussion replica of the Colt Navy 1851 .36 caliber octagonal barrel similar to the one
 that Blondie uses in the movie for many years (never shot it) , I then acquired a rough mismatched UBERTI Colt Navy 1851 black powder
replica with round barrel (incorrect to Blondies gun) that I modified with the silver snakes on the grip (web purchase) for my costume,

and finally I just recently pulled the trigger and obtained the Cimarron Firearms "Man With No Name" .38 caliber cartridge conversion
pistol with the silver snakes on both sides of the grips (an early release)! A great shooter, heavy weight,  not exactly
100% accurate as there is a rear sight attached for us who aren't bounty hunters,
so I now have to learn to shoot from the hip now without aiming . Looks to be a great 2019 at the range,
"$200,000 dollars is a lot of money, we're gonna have to earn it".


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« #3 : January 06, 2019, 02:05:42 PM »

But do you have a wrist supporter?


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My article on the restoration of the The Big Gundown
http://thekinskifiles.blogspot.com/2009/01/cinemaretro-13-big-gundown.html
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« #4 : January 07, 2019, 08:18:09 PM »

But do you have a wrist supporter?
None needed as this gun is very heavy and shoots without much recoil,
 plus Eastwood/Manco only wore the wrist gauntlet in "For A Few Dollars More" and I don't  have that gun "yet"!

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