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Here is my new shotgun. I am very happy with this TTN replica of an 1878 Colt. It shoots dead on target. I have not had a miss or Fail to Knock Down any targets with it so far!
I bought this from one of the most famous Cowboy Action shooters in the world, Evil Roy.

PS Thanks for the input Snuffy!
 

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now that looks like some decent wood and some beef to the hammers.............from what i have been reading the TTN is the top hammer sxs in CAS.............

and from Evil Roy no less-----watched him on the outdoor channel a cpl of weeks ago on the program "cowboys"..............
 

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That is one very nice shot gun, oh did I say that was nice.
 

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I just wiped the drool off Danny's mouth. You have very nice toys Drummer.
 

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your welcome pard its the shotgun to have. have ya learned to open and cock it with one hand yet? Its simple to do, first ya need to take the sharpe edges off the hammers then reblue them.
Now with your snap caps bring that bad boy up to your shoulder (which shoulder you shoot with will work) with your fore arm hand bring it over the hammer's palm down with the thumb push the lever to open the weight of the barrel's will be enough to open the action. Push backwards on the hammer's should be cocked now with a jerk should eject the empty hulls drop your forearm hand down to your shells pick out of your belt bring up brass heads on top raise them up and over the action roll them in then close and fire. Should knock 5 seconds off your time pard.
Another thing to practise is dry fire a full stage several times a day, put a lazer pointer on you pistol's and rifle learn to swipe them target are paper plates when the hammer hit you should be dead center of the plates. The key is practise practise and more practise.
Maybe some day we will get to shoot a match together pard.
 

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Wouldn't I like to see that.
 

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As alway Snuffy, I preciate the ad-vice. I talked to Walt Johnson yesterday evening. I'm gonna buy some new springs and try to lighten them up some. Just in case something goes awry, I want to have backup springs for it.
 
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