Shot up the last of the ammo for one of my older ones this afternoon. It's been a while since I've shot it and I had forgotten how much fun it was so I had to run upstairs and load some more for this weekend. Some of you oldtimers may recognize this round. Lots of the youngsters have probably never seen one or heard of it. You can see what it is in the last photo. This 1893 has a 24" octagon barrel with a 1/2 magazine. It was made between 1917 and 1920. I traded for it at a gun show back in 2011. The rear sight isn't original and it shoots a little high. I'm going to pull the tang sight off of one of my .30-30 '93's and put on it so I can get it sighted in. Not much finish remaining on it but that gives it character. This is the only one I have in this caliber for now. It uses 170gr .322 bullets. The cases are really thin. Have to be very careful seating the bullets and crimping or the cases will buckle. Thank goodness it's not as bad as .38-40 and .44-40.