Lefaucheux 7 mm

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Lefaucheux 7 mm

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Revolver Lefaucheux 7 mm pin fire. Liege Belgian production from arround 1900.
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Re: Lefaucheux 7 mm

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Do the parts on it still move??

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Yes they do. Everything is functional.
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Re: Lefaucheux 7 mm

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Wow, A few more photos would be nice... I love the look of the gun.. ever consider getting those pinfire reloading kits for it???

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUYrH0RlcEE


http://www.hlebooks.com/pinfire/pin00.htm

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Re: Lefaucheux 7 mm

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Very interesting. Thanks for sharing. Must be a lot of work preparing a proper pin cartridge!
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Re: Lefaucheux 7 mm

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You know its just about the same as reloading a regular cartridge after you get the pin firing pin and the primer set up.. Yes its a little more time.. But easier then finding them at the store..

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