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Is yours a Tennessee Mountain from Pecatonica River?
That Virginny rifle earned it keep.
Looks good Jim. I ordered the parts set for my left hand rifle yesterday.
I bought one of his wormy wood poor boy LH 45 flint rifles in the white about 4-5 years ago. It uses lots of small wood screws for attaching the...
That is a plain grease hole, no patch box was ever fitted to the Dixie Tennessee rifles
I’ll throw in one more after the fact opinion. Magnetic damping and approach to weight feature is very nice features to have. OHAUS RCBS 10-10 has...
Thanks Eric that looks good.
Yes a tapered barrel would be sweet. As far as build difficulty it shouldn’t be too difficult but does require a lot of time and patience. The...
Thanks guys. On my last one I called them to make the order and will do the same as suggested. I think the Manton lock is more fitting to the style.
I just finished a PR late Lancaster and was happy with the pre carve stock.
I think this will be my next parts set / build. A L/H .32cal L&R Manton flint with a 3/4” colerain barrel.
Anyone have pictures of this...
I’m left handed and right eye dominant. I shoot long guns left handed wile closing my right/ dominant eye and that includes shotguns. Handguns are...
If you’re patching the ball on both I don’t see any difference in loading them.
That’s my method also. Most of mine have the white lightning type liners so removing them is not an option.
All of my soft lead was sheeting from X-ray room shielding.
Done a little smelting today.
I have had this pistol for quite awhile and never fired it mainly because of the hump on the back of the grip and the overly heavy barrel. So some...
My garden beds are large tires that I cut the side walls out and fill with dirt. Push bamboo stakes around the edges to support chicken wire.
Very well done
Thanks, I’m going to re lace mine.
Interesting, could you post a picture
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