Wanted to start another thread about shooting and enjoying the various blackpowder revolver reproductions that are out there. I own several, and am showing my small collection here. Of everything, the funnest to shoot is the '47 Walker. Pictured from top to bottom are my brace of '51 Navy's, the 1847 Walker, the '58 New Model Remington Army, and an 1860 Colt Army. These are all italian made repros, with the exception of the '60 Colt, which is a belgian copy. The Navies were made by Pietta, and were very reasonably priced. I've read good and bad about Pietta; guess I got lucky!They shoot very well, and although they did require some minor adjustments (a light dehorning here and there) they were well worth the money. Next down is the '47 Walker. This was a very poor specimen when I acquired it. Apparently, it was one of the earlier reproduction importations. And it was dry fired OVER AND OVER AND OVER until the nipples were smashed, chipped, pancaked.. so bad that even a MUSKET cap wouldn't fit on most of them! It required a lot of TLC, and now it is nearly finished. It's a shooter now, needs a good hotblue. The next item is a very well made repro of the '58 Remington. This is the most accurate repro I own(after the Ruger Old Army). It shoots where I aim it, and I get pie plate accuracy at 25 meters shooting offhand. The last was a rust bucket when I bought it from a pawn shop. I mean, really looked bad and paid 40 bucks for it. I sent this one out to have hot-blued, and it's now a shooter. Not pictured is a Ruger Old Army. I consider this to be the finest, most accurate blackpowder revolver bar-none. It shoots everything well, conicals and balls. Anyone else out there shoot repro black powder revolvers?