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  1. William Sublette

    Is there printed route of the Oregon trail?

    The Sweetwater on the east side of South Pass.
  2. William Sublette

    Is there printed route of the Oregon trail?

    Oregon Buttes- South side of South Pass
  3. William Sublette

    Shooting Lead, or antique treasure?

    Hey thanks. There were two model t's , and a pile of model t parts sold on that sale, so that makes sense.
  4. William Sublette

    SOLD The Book of Buckskinning vol 1 thru 8

    Volumes I - VIII Good condition. $50 + shipping
  5. William Sublette

    Shooting Lead, or antique treasure?

    Lucked into a bunch of lead at an auction yesterday. Some of it has interesting molding marks. Should I shoot it, or would I be destroying some obscure history?
  6. William Sublette

    Vinegaroon

    Thelyphonida is an arachnid order comprising invertebrates commonly known as whip scorpions or vinegaroons. They are often called uropygids in the scientific community based on an alternative name for the order, Uropygi.
  7. William Sublette

    Is there printed route of the Oregon trail?

    Where at? I spent a lot of time in the Oregon Basin chasing coyotes when I lived in Cody.
  8. William Sublette

    FOR SALE Lee .575 RB mold

    I would like to purchase that mold. Send me your payment info. Thanks
  9. William Sublette

    All of this misinformation is really getting old

    Next I suppose your going to tell me you've been there for a long time, and I've just been driving by without noticing for years.
  10. William Sublette

    All of this misinformation is really getting old

    Where at ? I'll stop in next time I'm thru.
  11. William Sublette

    Round Balls

    I'll take them. Send me a pm with payment details.
  12. William Sublette

    Round Balls

    How much are you asking for 7 boxes of .570?
  13. William Sublette

    Daniel Boone TV show historical accuracy

    I saw some show on the discovery Channel about the battle at New Orleans, and our team was wearing out the British. Except all their frizzens were wide open, all the time, every shot.
  14. William Sublette

    The Big .58?

    I had one made in a flintlock plains rifle. It's nice, I love it. Hope to point it at an elk one day.
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