Recent content by Colonial Boy

Help Support Muzzle Loading Forum:

  1. Colonial Boy

    A knock around holster or two

    Further to the above, which had gotten lost. The second holster is even older being at least 50. It was made using cheap belly leather off cuts and was designed to fully protect the pistol in the bush, first resident was an original Colt Navy with a square back trigger guard and a three digit...
  2. Colonial Boy

    A knock around holster or two

    Couple of my holsters. The first is about 40 years old and is made with just two pieces, the flap also forms the belt loop and the bootlace drawcord closes it snugly.
  3. Colonial Boy

    Beware of that old muzzleloader

    There was a story, some 60 years ago, in an English m/l publication about an accident with a loaded blunderbuss. His Lordship (unnamed) had asked his butler to take the gun down from the wall and clean it, the butler decided to remove the breech plug and put the barrel in a vyce, he then applied...
  4. Colonial Boy

    My third pair of Pistols

    I don’t remember ever seeing adjustable rere sights on a pistol before like those. Beautiful.
  5. Colonial Boy

    My third pair of Pistols

    ‘—————. ————— —————- “ words fail me.
  6. Colonial Boy


    Make your tank out of steel pipe. What degree of vacuum are you going to use?
  7. Colonial Boy

    Hey Y'all

    Welcome from New England
  8. Colonial Boy

    Hello from Belleville, IL

    Welcome from New England.
  9. Colonial Boy


    Very interesting, read the lot but now I must poq..
  10. Colonial Boy

    Greetings from Wisconsin!!

    Welcome from New England.
  11. Colonial Boy

    Hello from Mass!

    Welcome from New England.
  12. Colonial Boy

    G'Day From Australia

    Welcome from New England, the one near you :)
  13. Colonial Boy

    Hello from Germany

    Welcome from the other New England.
  14. Colonial Boy

    An old pair of dividers

    Just Googled “LODI” and it’s a brand name; should’ve looked earlier :)
  15. Colonial Boy

    An old pair of dividers

    Got this a few months ago at the monthly market, didn’t work/move at the time so only paid a speculative dollar. Cleaned up (long way to go :) ) works well. Made in the US some time after 1905 patent date. The legs are folded construction with apparently welded in points. manual coarse...