ICU and ask if you want a DNR sign.
A lot of satisfaction in taking your time and enjoying each shot. Also a lot cheaper ammo-wise than blasting through a high cap mag.
"any gun designed for use by the military " ........ a cavalry carbine...... by their definition, a 1851 Navy Colt would be banned.
I don't see a problem. I'd love to have a Sharps Rolling Block.
Besides that, if push come to shove, you can get all the hi-caps you want with it. :yup:
You my friend are afflicted with an illness for which no known cure exists. But do not despair, an approved treatment plan exists. Keep buying guns and all will be well.
Single shots are some of my favorites!
These are just the H&Rs,45 70 down to 22 hornet, I also have rolling blocks, falling blocks and tilting blocks. Ive had a couple of trapdoors but not one that shot well. Yet!
I would love to help you but my .45-110 Quigley loaded with 110 grains of 2f Swiss and a 500 grain paper patched bullet againt steel targets out to 500 meters is too much fun! :danceban:
I fired one of those a looong time ago. (NO, it wasnt my issue rifle)
I've fired some old singles. One of them was the 'Quigley Special" it was in .45-110 I think. That put the bug on me and I have been wanting one ever since. I just havent done it yet.
Remingtons are rolling blocks;