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4 years 5 weeks ago, 12:21 PM

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cool

as hell

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4 years 5 weeks ago, 12:40 PM

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Figure McQueen was a normal size dude that bbl is like 12" and guessing no more than 4 of those rounds would fit in the magazine.. take a look at the bullets.. we all know 94's and obviously those arent bottle necked cartridges so not 30-30 but look how long they are..

Ive had a couple three 45 Colts (thats correct by the way, serious SAA shooters will correct ya quick, its not 45 long colt, it's 45 Colt) over the years.. and less Steves a midjet that cartridge shown is like twice as long as a 45 Colt.. so.. what do you guys think.. this a "poetic liberty" thing they did with the shoot here are what.. suppose its a 45-70 maybe.. did they make the 94 in that.

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4 years 5 weeks ago, 1:05 PM

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It's an 1892, not an 1894. The cartridge shown wouldn't have fit in the gun. They were made in .25-20, .32-20, .38-40 and .44-40. Of course, the gun on the TV show was a TV gun/movie gun, so God knows what it was chambered for.

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4 years 5 weeks ago, 1:10 PM

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4 years 5 weeks ago, 1:46 PM

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so does that look like

a 44/40 cartridge? i think i 'm gonna have to get one in 44 mag.

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4 years 5 weeks ago, 3:01 PM

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LBC here ya go

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.44-40_Winchester

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4 years 5 weeks ago, 2:56 PM

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i almost bid on one

last nite....it was .45lc.16 inch barrel. Trapper...but then i remembered i live in the city and it would just collect dust like my 870 12 guage

...check... G-AZ
4 years 4 weeks ago, 5:00 PM

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Evening gents,

ever seen "bullet"? That is a classic....I am not a FORD fan but I must give credit where it is due.....His Mustang (390?), spanked the Charger (440?)....Damn fine show!

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4 years 4 weeks ago, 5:03 PM

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evening hamp

been too long since i watched "bullet".
It does seem like he had a 429 cobra though.

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4 years 4 weeks ago, 8:45 PM

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i had both cars

from the movie "Bullet" at one time,a 67 mustang fastback and a 69 dodge charger with a 440 magnum,it was not the 429 cobra.

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4 years 4 weeks ago, 5:09 PM

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4 years 4 weeks ago, 5:17 PM

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Hey Snake. I'm just waiting around on a fight to start. Or maybe start one

4 years 4 weeks ago, 5:26 PM

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Be my guest bro. I will join the fight when its starts.

4 years 4 weeks ago, 10:02 PM

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I'm not exactly an expert but I don't think is was a 390, I've workes on '65-'68 'stangs and loved them. They all had 289 or 302 engines except one of the '66's had a straight six 200 cu in I think, was only 9 or 10 when I helped my dad tear it apart. I've been wrong many times before though so it could be the 390. Just looked it up and according to these guys carguideweb it is a 390

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4 years 4 weeks ago, 3:04 AM

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yeah they are so close

to the same,i had to look it up.Here's what i had exactly http://www.allfordmustangs.com/photopost/showphoto.php/photo/131525 this has a 289 4 speed in it,the mustang emblem in front of the door panel is the only difference i see.Looks like the GT is there on the 68

okay i just looked it up on Wikipedia and you win,lol,and i also found out it was a 68 Charger not a 69 like i had,oh well,close but no cigar.

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