I have found out that P. Streignard was a Firearms maker in Liege Belgium during the years 1820 through 1840. He specialized in finely engraved and incise carved Percussion pistols.
How much is a old black powder only 45 cal long barrel pistol worth?
You haven't asked a question.
A typical starting load for the ball and cap Leinad pistol would be about 15 grains of fffG powder.
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Chances are that if you overload the charge in a revolver style black powder pistol, you can blow up the cylinder or blow the barrel off the end of the gun.
are you sure it's not BP for black powder ??? it means barrel bushing, the pistol is a transition between colt 1911 commercial and series 70. your pistol was probably made in 1969.
There are other markings on the gun, somewhere.
read what is on the barrel. it will tell you who made...................
what is the value of a jukar black powder pistol 007806
$50-$75 if it is a single shot, $150-$250 if it is a double barrel.
NO, not safely anyway. the black powder guns use a much larger barrel pivot pin that their firearm counterparts. to switch from the black powder to accept a 410 barrel you would have to drill out the pivot pin hole on the .410 barrel to accept the larger pin, the black powder barrel support arm is thicker, to account for this....the .410 barrel support arm will become to thin from the drilling making it prone to creak or break.... need anything leinad related? guns, parts, kits, pictures, advice? contact me. email@example.com
a bullet of the same caliber and same grains of powder fired from a long barrel will have a higher muzzle velocity than if fired from a short barrel.
A muzzle loading pistol using a cap to ignite the powder charge
This pistol should not be fired with modern ammunition! J Stevens firearms were mfg 1886 to 1920 and ctgs were loaded with black powder.
Depends on the size of the barrel.
Depends on the caliber. A .45 caliber pistol uses about 40 grains of black powder. Contact the maker's website and download the owner's manual for YOUR gun.
The questions is not "Black Powder", More it is a question of the definitions of a firearm and of a pistol. CT law would consider a black powder pistol a firearm because it can fire a projectile and the barrel length would also fall under the definition of a pistol. Below is a decision made in CT from the law library. "Replica antique pistol, which fired a .44 caliber ball propelled by a black powder charge, instead of a bullet from a fixed cartridge, constituted a weapon under section; defendant's claim of implicit "antique gun exception" to prohibitions of section rejected. 49 CS 248." Source: "CT legislative law"
Actually, the powder is in the cartridge case. A bullet is the metal projectile that is fired out of the barrel. The powder for a 9mm Parabellum (also called 9mm Luger) cartridge will be one of several different smokless powders. I use Bullseye or Unique for many of my pistol loads, but there are dozens that can be used.
How would load your powder and ball down the barrel ram it down to make sure it's tight in the barrel then you would put powder in the pan when the flint hits the metal it creates a spark lighting the powder in the pan then lighting the powder in the barrel making it fire.
22 shorts can be used in any 22 cal. weapon. however, some 22 rifles require long or long rifle 22 bullets. AA: Normally you use 22 shorts in a 22 cal revolver. 22 shorts use pistol powder. It burns much faster than rifle powder. Thus, a 22 short bullet is going as fast as it is going to go after it has travelled about 4 inches. A 22 long or long rifle uses rifle powder. The powder burns slower. It has finished burning when the bullet is about 20 inches down the barrel. A 22 long rifle bullet has very little force when shot from a pistol. The powder is still burning long after the bullet slowly left the barrel. So use pistol ammunition for a pistol and rifle ammunition for a rifle.
make should be stamped on pistol