I have a JM 1894 CB Limited in 45LC. It has a 24in octagonal tapered barrel. It seems to really like my load of 280 cast with 22 grns H110 powder. If you are buying a new Remlin make sure you can personally check it before you buy it.I am looking at a 1894 in 45 colt. I have a 336Y 30-30, and a 1895 45-70 so I sorta know about the Remlin thing.
Is there anything I need to be aware of? Hoping to egt one.
Thanks for any advice.
What bullet shape are you using?Turned out to be a 1894 CB, 45 colt, new, unfired, with hang tag still on it. $500. Ran some dummy rounds thru it. Put in 1, perfect. Put in 4, 1 good, 1 hesitated, 2 more good.
Can't wait to get to the range. YAHOO! Break in coming up!
Got mine so I would have the handgun and rifle use the same rounds, same as my 357 and my 44.I am going to carry on with the " why not 44 Magnum " question. Chuck Hawk, whoever he is, wrote the 45 Long Colt is not powerful enough for whitetail hunting, if that is your goal.