Ive taken leather soled muklucs ,some shredded 1/4 inch rope and glued the fibers with shoe goo .the bottom looks like shredded wheat but no slip
Ive been a fan of mr Gieger for many years, back in the days of the Buckskin Report, he had a book sold through them called Divers Adventures, A...
I carry all kinds of stuff on my belt, but I still wear the suspenders
I saw some picking up and tossing around something as big as a cat and bloody, killer cranes from outer space
Had a buddy with one of those, he redid the breechplug and tuned the lock and refaved the hammer, nice little gun
Ive always wanted to go to the scene of the bloody run bridge from Pontiacs rebellion, its located in a cemetary on the east end od Detroit.
495!!! Let me get my wallet!
Ive seen a ww2 german gun cleaning kit with one ,you drop the toggle thru for a handle, and pull the patch thru on the string
You tie the other end of the string to a toggle, or small piece of dowel, and you can wrap thei string around it for easy storage.
I can screw these right over the brass tip that I screw other tools into on my northwest gun, my favorite go too tool
I dont shoot one anymore, but the bess is my favorite
Once you twist it on a few times it kida forms oa thread into the wood. They can still slip off, but you just snag it with another one, I use them...
I have a pair of trousers from the gentlemans emporium ,they carry lat 19th century, more cowboy era. But Its hard and very expencive to find 18th...
A day hardly goes by I dont at least admire them , let alone wipel them down and oil the bore
I have the best luck with just some kind of natural wadding, tow, leaves, wasp nest, a wad about as big as my thumb to the first knuckle, lubed...
I hade a 1717, and a cookson doglock, bores ate both mirror smooth. They did have to lighten the trigger pull , both spark great
Try a bullet puller, keep at ig , youll snag it
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