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Old August 9, 2005, 06:00 PM   #1
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Help please

Help please
I am looking for a rifle made in, I think the 70’s ?
It was a black powder and or smokeless ? The gun
had a round breach that Turned to the side to load.
Used loose power and round ball.
If I remember right the .22 used bullseye powder
I think it used a cap Gun cap to fire it.
They were made in .22 .36 .45 I think.

Not sure were to post this.
That is the only things that I remember
Any information would be appreciated.
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Old August 9, 2005, 08:19 PM   #2
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I remember pictures of the little gun. A Casull design but I cannot find anything about it in Blue Book. Tell me why I should search more.
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Old August 9, 2005, 08:47 PM   #3
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From the 1972 Black Powder Gun Digest

Rocky Mountain Arms

My brother has one but won't give it to me. Here's what my 1972 edition of Black Powder Gun Digest says:

"Rocky Mountain Arms A22: A completely different design of black powder rifle featuring a unique swivel breech; .22 caliber, using No. 4 ball and 7 grains of FFFg; barrel swaging develops velocities to 1340 feet per second; 20-inch rifled round barrel; overall length 35 1/4 inches; one-piece hardwood stock; weighs 2 pounds, 15 ounces. $49.50.

"Rocky Mountain Arms A36: Swivel breech for speedy loading; .22 1/2-inch rifle barrel; .36 caliber, using No. 1 ball and 23 grains of FFFg; barrel swaging develops velocities to 1406 feet per second; full length hardwood stock; overal length is 39 1/2 inches; weighs 5 pounds, 4 ounces. $99.50.

"Rocky Mountain Arms A44: Quick reloading big bore hunting rifle; .44 caliber, using No. .45 ball and 50 grains of FFFg; barrel swaging develops velocities up to 1360 feet per second; 28-inch rifled barrel; full length stock; blade front sight, adjustable open rear; overall length 46 inches; weighs 6 pounds, 6 ounces. $99.50."

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Old August 11, 2005, 09:21 AM   #4
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Rmac A-22

This is the cutest little rifle I have ever seen. I got it this summer, the only one that I ever seen. The main problem is the caps, modern ones don't have enough powder in them to fire, you have to use two of them. I am trying to post pictures but I don't know if they are going to be there.
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