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  1. Brokennock replied to the thread Connecticut muzzleloaders.

    Working a double, 15:00 to 07:00. Have fun. If it's the club I'm thinking of, I miss the place. Route 7 in Canaan? Used to shoot 3-D...

    Feb 23, 2020 at 2:38 AM
  2. Brokennock liked smo's post in the thread Smoothbores, Turkeys, Trout and Morels.

    [ATTACH] Sorry BN, I couldn’t resist.....

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  3. Brokennock replied to the thread Smoothbores, Turkeys, Trout and Morels.

    Those must be big fish. What do you use for a call? Lol!

    Feb 22, 2020 at 5:50 PM
  4. Brokennock liked rich pierce's post in the thread Original 18th century Virginia Rifle.

    I don’t know much about imported British gun furniture, especially iron mounts. The primary British-styled colonial guns made here were...

    Feb 22, 2020 at 5:46 PM
  5. Brokennock liked Stophel's post in the thread Original 18th century Virginia Rifle.

    There isn't much logic to it. It's purely wishful thinking. People desperately WANT pre-Revolutionary iron mounted Virginia rifles......

    Feb 22, 2020 at 5:46 PM
  6. Brokennock liked smo's post in the thread Original 18th century Virginia Rifle.

    BN. I think a lot had to do with the materials they had on hand.. some using iron some brass. Back in the day speaking. As too the...

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  7. Brokennock replied to the thread Addicted to the Smoothie !.

    I get very little done, but, I learn a lot I wouldn't have otherwise. And, in less time,,,,,, which, in theory, should mean, I can...

    Feb 22, 2020 at 4:54 PM
  8. Brokennock liked Britsmoothy's post in the thread Addicted to the Smoothie !.

    I get very little done with dang internet!

    Feb 22, 2020 at 4:52 PM
  9. Brokennock liked Skychief's post in the thread Smoothbores, Turkeys, Trout and Morels.

    Turkey hunting with a charcoal burning front-stuffer? Hmm...... May give that a try this Spring, sounds like fun.:) Best...

    Feb 22, 2020 at 4:02 AM
  10. Brokennock replied to the thread Original 18th century Virginia Rifle.

    I am questioning the logic behind the current fad of building guns referred to as "early Virginia" style and having a somewhat defining...

    Feb 22, 2020 at 3:25 AM
  11. Brokennock replied to the thread Original 18th century Virginia Rifle.

    Thank you for the reply. I was basicly using "iron/steel" more in the sense that they would have used iron then, but our contemporary...

    Feb 22, 2020 at 1:30 AM
  12. Brokennock replied to the thread Original 18th century Virginia Rifle.

    Thank you for this. Very interesting.

    Feb 22, 2020 at 1:26 AM
  13. Brokennock liked dave_person's post in the thread Original 18th century Virginia Rifle.

    Hi Brokennock, There certainly would be iron hardware exported from England but steel would be rare. In the mid-18th century it was...

    Feb 22, 2020 at 1:24 AM
  14. Brokennock liked dave_person's post in the thread Original 18th century Virginia Rifle.

    Hi, That is a good question because I am sure he better quality barrels were proofed and marked but I am not sure cheaper trade gun...

    Feb 22, 2020 at 1:24 AM
  15. Brokennock liked smo's post in the thread Original 18th century Virginia Rifle.

    Interesting....Thanks for the reply. I “assumed “ anything “gun” related would have been proof tested, even if it was for export. From...

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