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www.cabelas.com www.gunbroker.com www.thegunsource.com there is multiple more but I've used these. They can be shipped directly to your house since they don't do background checks on Black Powder.

The Pietta 1858 on Cabela's is what I'm going to get.
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Thanks Blue.
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Just remember, if you want to convert it to cartridges later on down the road, DO NOT get a Brass framed revolver, make sure it is blued steel like the pic I posted, the brass is to soft to with stand the .45 L/C cartridge, the cartridge conversion can be bought on www.midwayusa.com it's a .45 Long Colt(L/C) black powder cartridge, it costs nearly what the gun costs.
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Blue they have several conversions which one were you getting?
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http://www.midwayusa.com/Product/292...t-6-round-blue

That one if I feel later on that I wanna shot cartridges.
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Thanks again Blue. I will be reading up on this.
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If you get one and decide to shoot cap and ball, make sure you get a lead ball that fits snug, I've heard of people getting a .44 cal ball in .454 so it "shaves" a ring of lead to make a snug fit, the gun source link I posted has the cheapest price's on lead balls I've seen.
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RidgeRunner take a look at Dixie Gun Works I think they still sell kits


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RidgeRunner take a look at Dixie Gun Works I think they still sell kits
Ok I will.Thanks
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Checked out Dixie gun works, they only had the Brass Framed 1858 kit gun for 195.99. I want the blued steel frame.


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