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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote BEEMER1 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Jul 2018 at 4:05pm
Depends on what you want to do with the gun.  My favorite is the 475, brushed stainless finish, and 12" barrel.

Here is a 475 pin gun I own, fun to shoot.  I also have one chambered for 45 Wildey Mag, a rare one indeed

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How about a 14" scoped 475,




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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Rumore Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Jul 2018 at 10:26pm
FWIW, my 8" gun functioned much better with an optic in place.  
Maybe the heavier weight helps.
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My first Wildey I bought new in 2006 and it was an 8" chambered for the 44 AMP.  I bought it with intentions of hunting whitetail with it.  It functioned fine but I never really warmed up to that pistol and I never carried it hunting.  I was using a 454 Raging Bull which I still think is a very good revolver.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Kg7og Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Jul 2018 at 9:00am
It's a little harder that I thought to load a picture on a reply.
 On a site like this one, I would be quickly out gunned. pun intended,

 There is some serious gun collecting going on here!!
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Kg7og,

Regarding adding a picture, I bet you selected the dialog box that automatically appears. It took me a while to realize that the features are different . Try to select the Post Reply or Quote box instead. You’ll see more icons appear, one of which looks like a landscape with an arrow facing up.. select that and grab your pic .






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I hope this works, Here are two of my favorites
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Ok, so like I said before that used to have a matt finish (A lot of WORK!).  Gray rail with a black rear sight, Yuck!

I have a black rail, but I think I'd like gray/gray better. The black makes the barrel stand out by itself.
Where as the gray makes it look like one piece.

With a black rail/black rear site, I was thinking about  ebonizing (which is to dye wood black with Indian ink, a multi step process) a new set of grips.  Thoughts?
Btw, I like the color of the older grips. 
 After market grips for Automag, no problem!
 For a wildey....lol

Oh, and is the squared trigger-guard in any way rare? David
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The square trigger guard is what they called a Guardian.

I ordered it on the first one I bought as I liked the look.  You do not see many of them.
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Ok fellas, I'm beginning to think there is more Wildey knowledge here on this sight alone than there is any where else including Cheshire, New Milford, and Warren Connecticut.

I'm going to give Blue dot another chance
So I plan on picking some brains while the getting is good!

>45 Win Mag

Is there a bullet shape that wildey's like/don't like ? I have XTPs in 200, 230,and 250gr.

Is it true Blue Dot works better with Heavier bullets for a given caliber and works better at higher loadings?

Is it also temperature sensitive (I've read). In Montana it can get damn cold!

WLP primers, are they really regular and magnum at the same time?


Do gas settings for .475, .45wm, and .44amp fall within separate ranges?  

Thanks for your input, David
   
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