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Blackhawk 30 carbine


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#1 Skywalker

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Posted February 17 2017 - 08:52 AM

Got a question for you guys.

 

Does anyone regularly shoot a Blackhawk in 30 carbine?  I love shooting my WWII vintage carbine and love the idea about having a revolver (I'm a single action fan) in the  same cartridge.  

 

I have a Blackhawk in 357 and am debating getting a Henry carbine in 357 as an alternative.

 

I've read up on the Blackhawk in 30 carbine and issues about fouling, difficulty loading after a while due to build up were noted.  

 

I'm not a prepper, but I have prepper tendencies, and this idea just appeals to me.

 

Thanks

 

 



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#2 zzrguy

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Posted February 17 2017 - 08:56 AM

Yes buy both you cant go wrong.

If you use quailty ammo that should cut on the fouling.



#3 Skywalker

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Posted February 17 2017 - 10:22 AM

Thx.  30 carbine ammo and 38 special are not to different in price, so both sounds good to me!






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