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I load with 3F, run my pick in all the way through the powder charge, prime with 4F and shoot.
When hunting, I load and prime the same, then I...
Laurel Mountain Forge Permayln seems to work out great for me. You can go gloss, Semi-gloss, or matte with the same finish using a different...
I also bed absolutely everything after staining the wood. I use clear epoxy and it looks and works great. Careful bedding techniques will keep...
Hey Muzzleloader guys.
I'm in the process of a build and I need a lock. Track is backordered for quite some time and I would like to get started...
I might be the odd man out here. After draw filing, I go over it with 150 grit wrapped on my draw file. Wash it down with acetone wearing cotton...
I made and installed one on my Fowler. I hunt with mine and it's just easier for me to maintain accuracy with a rear sight for reference.
Before he gets up and runs off with you standing there like an idjet wondering why you didn't shoot.
The choice is simple.
Get a Rifle, and a Smoothbore.
I can usually bust a clay bird out to 70 yards or so when I don't flinch like a sissy.
I use Windex Vinegar to break through the fouling, then, once dry, I use Hoppies #9 followed by a dry patch. Seems to be working for the last...
That is a fine looking flinter. Great job on the Charcoal blue!
That is awesome. Great job! I've been out trying to get a doe with my 40 Southern Mountain Flinter. Waiting for the perfect shot.
Fullstock Hawken Flintlock.
Dude, that was an excellent shot!
Beautiful rifle too.
Hey Fred. I hunt a lot with my 58 Cal Hawken. My whitetail hunt load is:
100 Grains FFFg
.015 Patch with Track's Mink Oil
.570 cast round ball....
Pasquinel used gold. But he would use brass too. Iffin he found it first.
No wrong choice here.
Never forget to "Be your own builder." Do a design that YOU want, not necessarily what someone else has done. You should accept your own style and...
Now that is a real nice piece! Nice color too!
A great job you did sir!
There is no possible way that a 1700s rifle, build in the 1700s, by a 1700s riflebuilder could compete with the rifles built by the guys on this...
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