Nope. Supposed to be made in Mississippi....https://www.tvmnatchez.com/?vmlightbox=image5q7
Investarms of Italy
A friend just bought one of these and wondered if he can shoot patched round ball out of it?
I prefer an aged patina
You might try Investarm direct http://www.investarm.com/eng-contatti.html or Bob's gun shop http://www.gun-parts.com/hawken/
MAP = Murphy's oil soap-Alcohol-Peroxide most people use equal parts of each
Cool! Maybe we'll cross paths one of these days.
I sure do! Just shot at mountain ranch a couple of weeks ago. Missed chinese camp last week though...
This is the stuff. Goex states "it is also suitable for loading in recreational round ball muzzleloaders, where it performs nicely at low...
Here's mine complete with cylinder, ball and cap pouches
I use the pre-cut leather from TOTW it comes in 2 sizes
Neat gun interesting fellow
Always enjoy your videos love the music!
I've used the October Country Dry Daisy Shooting Patches. Didn't see any difference in accuracy. They do seem to start easier since there is no...
Yeah Mark is quite the character always has unique videos.
I picked up one of these from DGW for $5
Which model Traditions do you have? I have 3 Traditions rifles and they all have a fly. They all have double triggers also.
Forgot to say I carry my cap and ball in military style belt pouches.
Two Slim Jim's for my 1860 Sheriff models with Triple K cylinder pouches.
Very interesting indeed. It's hard to keep my attention for that long but it did.
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