Colonial era side plate found on a dig
I was a scout leader for most of the 90's and early 2000's. Also back in the late 60's as a kid.
Noticed a big change in scouting. Got way too PC...
The way I look at it, we all were imports at one time or another here in Texas. Hell Houston, Travis and the rest of the founders were all from...
If your looking for experience, you came to the right place.
Not from me I am a rookie, but from the rest of the guys on this forum.
But I am...
Welcome from North Texas.
Looks like we have many Son's of Texas here.
Welcome to the forum from North Texas.
Guys on this site are very knowledgeable.
Walked me through my first rifle.
Thanks for all the recommendations.
still a lot to ponder.
Will stay away from the cheap horns.
Not sure if I will be getting into reenacting. Not many here in Texas doing it. But my interest is as a militia rifleman aka the widow makers....
So many choices and options on powder horns, Guess that's a good thing.
Have a Kibler .54 Colonial.
Would like to have a horn correct to Rev...
I have not found any local sources for muzzle loading supplies. No real black powder. I have purchased most of my supplies from Track Of The Wolf....
What you see now is not the Alamo complex during the battle. Only the church itself and some barracks.
Notice your from Waxahatchie. Not too far from Plano.
Just got started on this addiction about a year ago.
I’m 62 so I’m a new old guy.
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