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    French and Indian War era weapons accouterments

    Belleville, Never too old !! LOL
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    French and Indian War era weapons accouterments

    Nock, Thank you for replying in my absence and making me aware of the effort made by Belleville. Much appreciated!!
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    French and Indian War era weapons accouterments

    Belleville, Thank you so much for your detailed and diligent response!! I appreciate your efforts to provide accurate information for me!! I salute you!! Since this post, I (as all of who take this Craft seriously) have been on journey and one I hope will not end for me!! I’ve been in...
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    New to TX and looking for Trekkers!!

    I also plan on doing some night bow/atal atal fishing for gar there at some point so that may end up being a dual purpose harvest should they come down to the shore to drink
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    New to TX and looking for Trekkers!!

    Hermit, Will do!! With a canoe I can get into some areas harder to get to on foot. If I pull an overnight stay I could try an evening hunt
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    New to TX and looking for Trekkers!!

    Bill, That would be a good move!! In mid March I will back there for that NMMM event in the Gila. I’m looking forward to seeing the old crew.
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    New to TX and looking for Trekkers!!

    Hermit, I've heard this from more than one source! Do you know the area? I know the deer hunts are by lottery but I'm not sure what you need to hunt swine. I do know that you can hunt squirrel all year round in that county!!
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    New to TX and looking for Trekkers!!

    BILL!!! Sorry I've been out of the loop for so long. I'm also sorry for the late reply. Life does get in the way!! I pray you are well!!
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    New to TX and looking for Trekkers!!

    David, The San Gabriel at that end is like the bayou, real slow moving and peaceful. You can barely tell that you're paddling upstream in most places. I also spotted plenty of beaver sign!
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    New to TX and looking for Trekkers!!

    Hello!! I've recently moved from NM to TX and although at the moment, I live outside of Austin, we plan on moving east of the city in the near future. I still belong to the NM Mountain Men but I am looking for more local guys to hunt, fish and trek with a little closer to home. I have two canoes...
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    Who knows eachother here?

    ‘Nock, I’ve only met one other member of this forum and we became fast friends!! I think I infected him a bit with the reenactor bug and he has schooled me on being a better BP shooter. I’m friends online with a few more and maintain a plan to meet up at an event or pull off some sort of...
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    FOR SALE Powder horns

    Handmade powder horns with straps. Holds a pound or so of powder $150 each plus shipping to CONUS.
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    WANTED Navy Arms SxS 12 gauge

    Looking for a percussion shotgun in 12 gauge. No screw in chokes. Nothing too fancy.
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    FOR SALE Raw wool

    How much would a pound be in volume?
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    SOLD Original Powder Horn

    Any idea of the time window it might've been made?
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    WANTED "Sketches of Hunting Pouches, Powder Horns, and Accoutrements of Southern Appalachia" By Jim Webb

    I actually managed to get a copy of that edition. Book #1 signed by the author but wouldn’t mind another regular copy to beat up
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    SOLD A Pilgrim's Journey Volume One (1986-1995)

    Any chance you are willing to part with Jim Webb’s book, “Sketches of Hunting Pouches, Powder Horns, and Accoutrements of Southern Appalachia“?
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