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in the middle...............Bought a Rossi/Puma Winchester 92 454 Casull

Brand new / old stock.........I have a Freedom Arms Model 83 454 Casull revolver, so I nneded a rifle to compliment it.......... ;D
 

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Nothing wrong with it. I've started out with a FA Mod. 83 revolver, a Rossi / Puma was added later, and last year a Guide Gun. to me the .45-70 starts where the .454 Casull ends.

I like those thumpers..................a lot.



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rbertalotto said:
in the middle...............Bought a Rossi/Puma Winchester 92 454 Casull

Brand new / old stock.........I have a Freedom Arms Model 83 454 Casull revolver, so I nneded a rifle to compliment it.......... ;D
OK, to continue the theme I think you definitely need something in 45 ACP... how about a nice 1911.
 

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The 454 Rossi's are pretty nice. I picked up a 20" blued one and liked it so much I got a 16" stainless. Shoot em more than my 45-70's or 444's. DP
 

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In an odd kind of a way, the .454 and the 45-70 are similar firearms.

Trapdoor loads with 350g bullets are directly equal to 350g Casull loads.

I was looking at the BFR pistol and it hit me that with a 350g bullet in the Casull, I was shooting the same thing.
 

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rbertalotto said:
in the middle...............Bought a Rossi/Puma Winchester 92 454 Casull

Brand new / old stock.........I have a Freedom Arms Model 83 454 Casull revolver, so I nneded a rifle to compliment it.......... ;D
Well, for now you could shoot .45 LC through both of the Casulls.
 
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