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I may have just gotten everything right with that one group, probably need a Ransom Rest to eliminate the human factor (me).

You just need practice, practice and more practice. That is how 99.9% of the folks do it.
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I'm super tempted to have someone turn my 10-9 into a 4" PPC gun (would love 3", but Aristocrat still makes 4" sight ribs, so 4" is going to be a lot easier!). Beautiful guns, thanks everyone for sharing!
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Well, I know most of the pictures I've taken of my Clark Custom Combat have been pretty grainy... here's a better one.

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I can finally declare victory in my search to EQUAL the Federal 148 grain Gold Medal in my Clark PPC Revolver! I've tried Bullseye, 231, 700-X and finally... WST!

Bullet: Speer 148 gr. HBWC
Powder: WST 2.7 grs.
Primer: Federal 100 Small Pistol
Case: Federal .38 Special
LOAL: 1.180
Comments: Brass processed using Lee Undersized .38 Super Carbide Die and expanded with Lyman M-Die. Taper-crimped with RCBS Die.

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Nice looking gun, do you like the Bill Davis grips? Larry
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I love those Bill Davis grips! I've got an extra set just in case they ever wear out. Here's a group with the previous load at twenty-five yards (five shots off the bags).

About the best I can do nowadays...


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Behlert Built 14-3. Hogue stock with the Micarta ring. They dont make them like this anymore.


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Well, I know most of the pictures I've taken of my Clark Custom Combat have been pretty grainy... here's a better one.


Had a chance a couple of years ago to buy one like that for $500 from the LGS. Passed as I already had my Behlert. Enjoy yours.
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Ok Iíll play! This is my current wheelie. Built on a 686-6 with an HBH 4 position rib and custom Apex barrel and finished with a beautiful set of Nills.
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How about a little bit of 2 tone Balck on Silver, Polished on Matte actionÖ

A custom marriage of a Korth rib to a S&W 686-6. Full DLC surface treatments and of course a beautiful set of Nills!
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Beautiful guns, Roly! It looks like you know how to shoot them, too. Are you in Germany?
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Thanks! Iím starting to get them figured out. Iím actually in Canada.
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Hereís the first one I built. It started as a PC 625-8. I used a Douglas blank for the barrel, made the underlug, and mounted an old Witchita rib to it. This was circa 2010. I started competing in 2008 with an old worn out Power Custom I bought. I built this one in 2009 and made Grand Master with it by the end of the season. These were the first Nills I ever owned. I still have it and bring it out on odd occasions to keep the young guys honest
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Congrats on your Grand Master rating. It takes a top shooter to achieve that. I built a 625 very similar to that one except for the underlug and Nill grips, and a matching 686.
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Hereís another one I built for a friend. It got the full TIN surface treatment and custom cylinder cuts. Another Korth Super Sport 4 position rib with the dial adjustable rear sight gap. Love the finish of the Nills!
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Beautiful workmanship! I would love to shoot those guys in a match. Thanks for sharing.
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My gun is a 1969 and I just found these groovy stocks. They fit like a glove and are so alien in shape that I love them. Ergonomic before ergonomic was a thing.
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A little bit of old school meets new school. Had a friend ask me to rebuild his old model 64. Full custom bull barrel from a Jury blank. HBH 4 position rib set as low into the barrel as possible. Custom skeletonized and bobbed hammer. And for that old school cool I stippled the back strap and framed them with a beautiful set of Nills.
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I like my Wichita ribs, but the HBH ones look a lot nicer. Where do you get them, and how much do they cost?
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I like my Wichita ribs, but the HBH ones look a lot nicer. Where do you get them, and how much do they cost?
What kind of sauce do they use on those ribs?
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These HBH 4 position ribs are far superior to the old Witchita. They are the next generation. Start with a quick change rear blade to adjust width of the rear notch and return to zero every time. Next you have the 4 position adjustment screws. Each individual screw is click adjustable with known elevation values per click plus no little set screws to strip! Fully integrated Picatiny rail for running optics. At the front end you have a quick change front blade assembly. These ribs are extremely well designed and built. I buy them directly from a smith in Germany. They are not cheap. Completely kitted out with all 4 widths of rear blades and a couple varieties of front posts youíre looking at $1000 USD. The only other 4 position rib even close is the Korth Super Sport. Same price point but are no longer in production.
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Hereís a custom HEAVY barrel revolver I built for a friend. He wanted something one of a kind custom with some mass to it! The barrel started life as a 2Ē diameter Apex blank. I love shooting this one.
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Bought this online and picked it up today. In the ad it said 38 Special but I knew better. The slickness of the action is just as I had hoped. Thereís no name as to who the builder was. Notice the ball and detent on top of the yoke. That was not in the ad. Iíll try and figure out the Wichita adjustments out at the range.
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Hereís a few pictures of one I have on my bench right now. This oneís heading out to the West coast as a Christmas present😉.
Itís a slab side/ bull barrel hybrid with a full Diamond like carbon DLC and Tin gold surface treatment. A Korth Super Sport rib and beautiful set of Nills finish it off. The stainless steal still needs a final polish before itís ready for sending.
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Strayhand ? guns was the best builder of the PPC guns that I tried out. They hand a coil main spring and was smooth as silk. I built mine with a Douglas barrel and a beat-up model ten, best gun I own.
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This is such an old thread glad to see it's still going
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This guy belonged to a well known PPC shooter that's a good friend and has won so many prizes and trophies...there were 3 he used, this was Number 1 and the best. I still bring it out and shoot it occasionally.
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Itís actually Strahan, Travis Strahan, legendary pistolsmith from Ringgold, Georgia. He was a gunsmith for the Army Marksmanship Unit.

Here is one of the two Strahan guns Iím fortunate to own.
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Picked up on GB 14-3 with a .357 cylinder Aritocrat . Builder unknown
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I shot the PPC course for a while about 40 years ago using a model 28. I been looking at the great guns in this thread. You guys have forced me to pick up an 1917, a 20" piece of 1"+ OD 45 acp barrel and an Aristocrat rib on Ebay. I have an assortment of ACP cylinders.

Don't spend as much time in the shop in the summer but I will eventually have my version of a PPC gun

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Steelslaver, make sure to post pictures of the finished version. Not many .45 acp PPC guns out there. Larry
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But it seems so logical, the larger caliber will cut a line that a 38 wouldn't quite cut, fast reloads with no speed loaders to mess with. Short cases for light loads. Between the frame, barrel, rib and underlug mass, the recoil wouldn't be squat.

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.45 ACP PPC revolver you sayÖ Here is the one I built on a PC 625 frame. I used this to make High Master class my second year competing. I still have it and bring it out once and awhile to keep guys honest🤠
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That is a beautiful shootin' iron!
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